At The End of The Day

Boy, am I hungry. Thanks for that!

I don't think I'd even need seconds after that thing.

I don't know whether to start gagging or to think in detail.
... But one thing I knew like Barbas, it totally killed my appetite ... for anything ... for probably a week.

Though, that only makes the drawings all the better.
Even though I am sure that my mind is scarred now.

Keep up with good yet greatly disturbing work. :D

Apologies and thank you.
Now, when you hear sports clichés you will think of worms.

I would hate to ruin a meal.
That is contrary to everything I believe in.
I am certain you will overcome this temporary set back
and grow from it, become stronger and faster.

"It's gut-check time."

This is ludicrously disturbing. In every way.

I love it. :D

Please tell me your comic is a giant reference from the movie "The Tingler"!!!
Please!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

SweetShark:
Please tell me your comic is a giant reference from the movie "The Tingler"!!!
Please!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

It is certainly Tingler inspired! Nice observation.
Who couldn't love a movie where Vincent Price shoots up a horse syringe's worth of LSD.
These are more like gut tinglers rather than spine tinglers.

My first thought was the Swedish term "lazy worm"... you know, cause you had to reach to get rid of it.. to stop being lazy.

Maybe I am just to simple and uncultivated.

Seraj33:
My first thought was the Swedish term "lazy worm"... you know, cause you had to reach to get rid of it.. to stop being lazy.

Maybe I am just to simple and uncultivated.

The secret to Swedish "lazy worm" removal is to just take them "one worm at a time."
Simplicity and cultivation are not for me to judge. I am like an ape in this regard.
I only ask that you give 110%.

the extra 10% referring to those passengers you took on to qualify for the carpool lane

You'll miss 100% of the punchlines you don't read.

Creepy stuff Nick. I think you should try expanding your strip a bit--get outside of your comfort range. This comic could have illicited gag reflexes had the first panel been an animated gif with a wiggly worm. Give it some thought.

Nick Lerman:

Now, when you hear sports clichés you will think of worms.

I usually do. But now I will think of them being left in a playground for little kids.

 

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