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Random Act of Blindness
by seditions gets the
bringing back the Vikings to complain about not having Vikings
* Although DavidN's
wasn't technically an MFD-mashup, it was incredibly awesome
* There's must something awesome about nmcafee's
Mandatory Half Life Day
Get Your Free Stickers
: I'll mail a
an official award certificate (which may or may not actually be a post-it note that says "congrats!") to the winners. Assuming, of course, you haven't already gotten a sticker (unless you really want seconds), you post with your TDWTF account, and you have access to the email account associated with it. If you won, please
with your mailing address if you'd like a WTF sticker.
I really hope the "inspiration" did not come from my lame excuse of an MFD modification:
You don't belong here PB! We're all over 18!
+100 That's great!
OK, I liked this one.
Wow, not only does this comic suck, but the picks from the previous one are totally unfunny.
This comic... I don't really get it. Is LeVamp supposed to be a double agent? Is there some previous comic I was supposed to have committed to memory to get this one? Or is there an IT thing I'm supposed to know about that I don't?
<complaint>So, basically that means that this comic fails. I mean, is there even a punchline to really get? (and yes, I get the reverse polish stuff but... come on)
I, for one - mebe the only one(?) - enjoy MFD.
Really? The captcha is NISL ? As in Fo' Shisl My Nisl ?
Ha ha. Oh, dear.
lol, what were you smoking?
Hah, pure awesome.
Granting for the sake of the argument that it somehow makes sense to crate up vampires and "ED-FEX" (sigh) them to your enemies, why the smeg would you label the boxes?
I'm starting to think that whoever writes these is genuinely suffering from mild mental retardation.
Addendum (2008-08-28 22:54)
I wonder the size of the boxes Dell uses for vampires.
Reverse polish vampire blow-up dolls FTW!!!
Simple and Brillant
In Soviet Russia, treats eat you!
----- ( "Hey Vic, clean up that milk while you're at it!" )
no one expected... that guy :-DD
Mr.'; Drop Database --
I can see Larry becoming a recurring joke.
Nice! Tech support would still blame you..
Not all of us...
After all these years, you find me again, PB!
Crates + Crowbar = Half Life reference needed. Everything is better with Dr Gordon Freeman. And zombies. (And oddly I thought of that before noticing there was a Half Life reference in one of the submissions for the previous MFD)
You can do this one in every 30 times and still have 97% positive feedback.
Very clever. :)
Addendum (2008-08-29 01:27)
It's funny (not humorous,I mean odd ;) ) that the truck and crates are drawn with some attention to perspective but the "3WC" nutjob is always in profile. This comic and the comments recycle more drawings than a low-budget 80s anime.
Which is probably funnier.
Addendum (2008-08-30 00:22)
.. and Mandatory Re-run and plagiarism Day..
Is that a
I hate these new Olimpic sports.
Now that I think about it. I hate all sports.
Crates in videogames mean the mapper got bored.
this has something to say about games where the first thing to see is a crate: The mapper got bored before starting.
Once you see a crate in any FPS, you are done, has the mapper is bored and overused cliches will follow. You can uninstall the game.
I think the record is 11 seconds before the start, to see your first crates. That may mean all FPS games somewhat suck and are kinda cliche driven, that is true.
Crate Review System
What's this then?
Olympic sideways underwater mime playing?
That is scary, nicely done!
Is Olimpic Houdini, I think.
The comment at WTF with Onshore Team.
MFD, when the walls fell.
It's a film... 10 words...
"I Know What You Did Last Summer: Empire Strikes Back"?
Epic Fail for plagiarism:
"Epic Fail for plagiarism:
Epic Fail for not knowing what a reference is.
Less impressive than it should be because it is a reference... but I still laughed! Best comment I've read yet.
Mark doesn't have time to draw new drawings! It takes a lot of time to write all the funny dialogue and storyline!
hey, wait a minute......
You win FOREVER!
Is there supposed to be a difference between the two pictures?
LoL (seriously, people over here think I'm insane)
No it's the Edit vs. Append fiasco, plus I forgot to hit Preview.
I thought some kind of mime....
Or to rephrase... It's a MIME Type... Ba doom tsh.
Attention to perspective ? The text on the crates seems to be just rotated...
Some. I said some, and I gave about as much... you see the "waves" in the "water" taking on a multidimensional shape to match the base? No? I must not be properly motivated, or something. Some higher-up obviously failed to inspire me.
More impressive because it is a reference!
When I read the comment I first thought: WTF?
But when I saw the reference I started laughing.
I wonder how long it took Bob to find this XKCD-Strip. I read all XKCD-Strips but I wouldn`t know where to start searching.
Paul Lynde, for the win!
Its not stealing if your are doing it funny
Heheh, well done.
I thought of the Hollywood Squares angle too... we think alike. I'm so sorry for your sake!
Wait ... I've forgotten his name. I think that may yet be a good thing.
Lol, that took awhile for me to get. Very funny, I wouldn't come up with it! :D
Agreed! Keep the C&H edits coming!
Zylon has a point... what's the motivation behind this? Did someone lose a bet?
If this is just an awkward phase, fine... but why are they getting worse? Here's a quote from the opener to a story in a book I just finished:
"I love reading mysteries, all sorts, and envy their authors almost as much as I envy musicians. I'd give a great deal to have the special mindset that creates a good mystery plot, and then peoples it with characters whom the reader feels don't draw their existence from the plot."
--Peter S. Beagle
s/mystery/comic; s/plot/joke; and there you have it.
Yes, I hated the pointy, too.
well I guess that's the question isn't it?
Now there's a Pentathalon I would actually want to watch.
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