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I forgot! Cyanide & Happiness - they're hilariously despicable (NSFW)

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I do read some web comics, but they have all be mentioned above. (OOTS, Erfworld, xkcd, etc.)

 

As a rule, I don't read any of them daily, but it varies over time.

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I read several web comics. I'm not going to list them all as some are super NSFW. 

 

  • Questionable Content
  • Breaking Cat News (SO CUTE)
  • Homestuck (I need to go back and start this over since I've lost my place even though it's ridiculously long.)

Ones that I have saved in the bookmarks that I'd like to go back and start over because I remember nothing:

 

  • Least I Could Do
  • Looking for Group

And occasionally I read Penny Arcade when it pops up on my FB feed.

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5 hours ago, TaleSpinner said:

February 1: 

Do you read any web-comics?  If so, which ones and why do you like them (please provide links if they are SFW and do not have commerce issues)?

Webcomics are part of my morning routine, read before I check the forums ( or else I'd never get to the webcomics). Notable ones that I'm reading are:

 

-Camp Weedonwantcha ( find the cat in each one!)

-Goblins Comic

-Girl Genius (Can't recommend this enough!)

-Table Titans

-LFG

-Saturday Morning Breakfast Cereal

-Rusty and Co.

-The Guilded Age (phenomenal comic, a shame that the series will be ending soon ::(:)

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Girl Genius

Goblins

Penny Arcade

Full Frontal Nerdity

OOTS

Bug Martini

 

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...and others, as the mood takes me...

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3 hours ago, NomadZeke said:

CAD
LFG
XKCD

 

I like acronyms, apparently.

And don't forget intitialisms too ^_^

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I used to read webcomics... until Comixology.  Now... anytime I have the itch, I much prefer the readability, portability and availability of Unlimited... 

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8 hours ago, TaleSpinner said:

February 1: 

Do you read any web-comics?  If so, which ones and why do you like them (please provide links if they are SFW and do not have commerce issues)?

 

Oh gosh I read a lot of these. My favorites are:

 

Questionable Content

Girls With Slingshots (Not always SFW)

Manly Guys Doing Manly Things

Never Satisfied

Love Not Found  (NSFW topics, but I can't recall anything graphic being shown)

Wilde Life

Your DND Stories

Namesake

Hark, a Vagrant

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9 hours ago, TaleSpinner said:

February 1: 

Do you read any web-comics?  If so, which ones and why do you like them (please provide links if they are SFW and do not have commerce issues)?

I used to, every day. But I sort of got of the habit by constantly traveling to places where decent internet was not available, and wasn't in the mood to binge read a whole bunch of them when I returned.

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20 hours ago, TaleSpinner said:

February 1: 

Do you read any web-comics?  If so, which ones and why do you like them (please provide links if they are SFW and do not have commerce issues)?

Yes. 

Sporadically. 

Two have already been mentioned. 

 

I have lost the bookmark (and forgotten the name) to a third, it involved a gelatinous cube and a mocking beast who were PCs...

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February 2: 

Happy Groundhog's Day!  Do you or your family have any folk tales, remedies, prognostications you can share with us?

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16 minutes ago, TaleSpinner said:

February 2: 

Happy Groundhog's Day!  Do you or your family have any folk tales, remedies, prognostications you can share with us?

Nothing comes to mind other than "I have this strange feeling several hundred dollars will be going towards Reaper over the coming weeks", and that there will also be a decent amount of green stuff brought into the house since I'm seriously contemplating the idea of doing semi-fancy bases for ALL of my minis o_O  Yes, even including the gigantic mass of Skaven o_O

 

Beyond that, no actual predictions, or such abilities.

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We had a lot of Wooley Bear caterpillars where I grew up in Northern WI. I was always taught that the wider the red band on them, the milder the winter would be.  This always confused me as a kid who loved bugs as I would often find specimens with varying sizes of bands, including all black and all red individuals in any given year.  It was very clear to me as a kid that the Old Farmer's Almanac that kept this myth going had no clue.

 

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1 hour ago, TaleSpinner said:

February 2: 

Happy Groundhog's Day!  Do you or your family have any folk tales, remedies, prognostications you can share with us?

 

Nope. My family wasn't into folks tales, remedies, prognostications etc..

Actually my family wasn't much into being a family either.

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