Monday, June 27, 2005

Strangeways here we come - Part 2

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20 comments:

Rowan said...

OMG! You so reminded me of my sister (she'd be the one at the window), me being the ignoramous re: Peru and the dickhead there preaching away being my dad.

Ahh the memories, thanks herge *wipes tear from eye*

Herge Smith said...

You are most welcome. Glad you enjoyed it (I'm assuming it was a pleasant memory, not a painful one)

Faltanus said...

holy shit, i laughed so hard i thought i was going to puke. absolutely spectacular!

Karen said...

That was my childhood all over again - I'm the one in the window.

boabhan sith said...

WTF??!!


LMAO!

Karen said...

LIMA! Goddamnit, LIMA! Geez.

Spirit Of Owl said...

Herge, you know, your mad plans at domination of the world just might work.

Coming from a place of love (if you know what I mean...):
"We're you a spaceman, dad?"

:)

Herge Smith said...

Damn it!

Thanks god I do this in photoshop, it's all layers, it'll take a min.

But do you like the strip?

Lisa from Alaska said...

Herge, you go to fast for me. I feel like the dummy that go accidentally put in the excelerated learning program at the gifted school. How is it tah you can put out so many things at once? I will probably be verbally stoned to death for even suggest it, but perhaps you'd consider slowing down a bit? You work is genius and should be given the time so that it gets the attention it deserves.

Btw, that was soooo my dad. Very funny. I'm considering sharing with him, but I'm not sure if he'd think it was nearly as funny as I thought it was.

Herge Smith said...

Lisa, you make a very good point.

I've really just been throwing stuff out at the mo...

Maybe I will slow down a bit...

After the next couple of gems.

Spirit Of Owl said...

Do I like this strip? Do I like this strip? Do I? Do I?

Yes.

:D Course I do! Sheesh, I don't know, these creative comedy genius types are so needy... LOL

Lisa does make a good point, but it's tricky, I guess, if the ideas are flowing. A couple a day would be ideal, maybe, just because it's pretty certain that a lot of your stuff gets missed by people at your current rate of output. Keep some back for the book, or the TV series or something, eh? :)

Herge Smith said...

Cheers guys.

I've got a weeks worth of crap ready to post.

I just get these periods of intense creativity... it's either the blog or computer games.

It's blogging this time round, plus it's nice to sit and do stuff in photoshop, or write some crap whilst listening to music, or have my downloaded Daily Shows or Al Franken show playing in the background.

I'm currently watching Northern Exposure season one on WinDVD...

Ahhhh Janine Turner as Maggie, frankly the most beautiful women - EVER.

edwaado said...

So what is the capital of Peru?

Spirit Of Owl said...

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Herge Smith said...

Bastard Spirit!

I was just typing that myself.

Nice one.

We all know the actual capital of Peru Edwaado, don't you?

Anonymous said...

Herge: 'Ahhhh Janine Turner as Maggie, frankly the most beautiful women - EVER.'

I think you're mistaken. I no longer think you're worthy of chocolate puddings unless you retract your offensive and inaccurate comment.

Snow

Herge Smith said...

Blimey, these anons aye? they sure do get uppity...

obviously I meant within the context of american tv shows...

Not in real life obviously...

Spirit Of Owl said...

Y'know, I've noticed that there's a general trend amongst anons. They're certainly more uppity, sometimes they're bossy, and other times frankly downright rude. Hoooeeey, at times the things they say would make a hooker blush. Can't understand it. Anyway, sounds like this one has your chocolate pudding, so I'd do as your told, mate. Honestly, that's the last thing you need to lose.

Now, I wonder... is Snow White Mrs Smith the wife, or Mrs Smith the mum, Ms Smith the sister, or not a Herge at all but a friendly neighbourhood erstwhile dwarf-friend and ill-done Princess?

MHN for short said...

That was so my dad too, only the subject was Algebra. :-P Funny stuff Herge!

About the anons: It takes nothing to start your own blog. Do it so we can visit you! :-)

Lisa from Alaska said...

Wow, not the tongue lashing I was bracing myself for. Pity, I love a good tongue lashing.

It's just a thought, Herge. You do you, baby, and the rest of us will try to keep up as best as our simple minds will allow