Comic 92 - Merry Ecksmas

25th Dec 2010, 5:30 PM
People think this is worth: 5/5 (Based off of 2 people)
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From now on, a standing offer: points for every reference you can name.

I say:

Jrade 25th Dec 2010, 5:30 PM edit delete
Jrade
Yes, I know the 'X' stands for a cross, and thus for 'christ' anyway. No, I don't care.

Yes, I know that this could be considered offensive. No, I don't care.

Yes, I know that the sheep and baby are poorly drawn. No, I don't care.


Essentially: Yes, I know. No, I don't care.



I've tried to do this as inoffensively as possible. Please do not start an argument here about it - if you want to try to convince anybody either way about anything: do it in PM's.


This demonstrates how terribly I draw babies. I'm bad with them in real life, too - it only took about four seconds for my younger cousin (?? - she's my slightly older cousin's daughter...so she'd be my cousin, right? Second Cousin?) to start crying after being handed to me.

After that, she was crying for her mommy. So was I.


One final point: if you're wondering why the twenty-fifth of december was chosen, google 'Saturnalia'.


Enjoy!

People say:

MatthewJA 25th Dec 2010, 6:09 PM edit delete reply
MatthewJA
Merry Christmas!

...though you do realise, I presume by your last note, that the whole celebratory bit is because of the church and the cover up of pagan religions.
LazyJrade 25th Dec 2010, 8:32 PM edit delete reply
's avatar Yep....but, hey,far be it from me to deny an excuse to party and/or drink...and scotch tastes especially good around the holidays, too...
Lunamy 26th Dec 2010, 12:17 AM edit delete reply
Lunamy
No offense, but at first i thought this was a baby mummy... which made me laugh a lot. then i realized it's just jesus and i was disappointed D;
MatthewJA 26th Dec 2010, 7:52 PM edit delete reply
MatthewJA
WHERE IS UPDATE RAWR
Jrade 26th Dec 2010, 8:25 PM edit delete reply
Jrade
Augh!

Making! Now!

Hmm...baby mummies are funny? I have an idea...



...you'll have your update in under seven minutes.

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