Comic: “Unexpected Outcome”

January 26, 2009
Comic:  “Unexpected Outcome”

About this comic


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14 Responses to Comic: “Unexpected Outcome”

  1. Bearbutt says:

    LOL My dad was a teacher… but not a fat teacher. I’m gonna send this to him.

  2. Seth says:

    lol, this comic was great. Keep up the great work 😀

  3. CWForney says:

    Took me a couple seconds, but I got it. Very nice, sir.
    The subtle humour touch. I like it.

  4. Zu says:

    At my school we would risk being expelled for putting tacks on the seat. One kid was actually expelled.

  5. Zeke says:

    Never did tacks, we always hid the dry erase markers on top of the white board (my teacher was vertically challenged).

  6. James says:

    Laugh out loud funny!

  7. Beefmaster says:

    I was afraid to think of what this was suggesting. and after my ears were filled at with political correctness at gran turino yesterday. Awesome.

  8. Daniel says:

    you know that is one untouched apple

  9. Tlalock says:

    Love this one, Scott!

  10. Rezlow says:

    We had chalkboards in my day… with those black, grooved erasers. Hiding chalk stubs in the grovves just didn’t get old.

    *sigh* the times… XD

  11. Zorbane says:

    LOL I guess nails will be the next step up?

  12. Pineapple Farmer says:

    Holy crap, this is a true story for me. Back in middle school we had a substitute teacher, went by the name of Mr. Wolfe, he was HUMONGOUS! He had to be AT LEAST 450 pounds. So anyway, my friend, being the prankster/class clown, did the classic tack on chair trick and ended up just like the comic. Good times.

  13. Eric says:

    No! For those kinds of teachers, you weaken the chair. Duh!
    … 😯
    Not that I would know anything about that…

  14. Altaru says:

    this was hilarious. Your ones prior to this were more artistic than funny (dont take that the wrong way), I enjoyed this one the most out of the recent ones.

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