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That’s because people are afraid that if they use semicolons, eventually they’ll need a semicolonoscopy. Which, unlike a full blown colonoscopy, would probably be ….
horrible, in an alien abduction kind of way
Bugs who don’t use semicolons might be called…
a punster might say:
“anti semi ticks”
random thinkers might say:
literalists might say:
“get real; bugs don’t use grammar”
boring folks would say:
“bugs who don’t use semicolons”
Or perhaps even “Hear; hear!”
Fixed it! Only took me ten years! 🙂
ha! it’s a fast-paced world; nobody has time for spell-checking homophones any more!
Know thyme fore homophones? Tearable!
A HA!..you are homophonic…
y’know… I REALLY like the combination of chicken cartoons and smartass comments. The collective that writes and reads this comic appears to be a singularly witty group.
I like it. Thanks to everybody who participates in this chickentopian community
ROFLMBO!! if only everyone would follow the chickens’ example and make time for proper grammar these days.
I wonder if Doug Savage is a closet homophone?
Chicken Grammar on Anywhere But Here.
A person expressing their emotions by writing “ROFLMBO” talking about grammar… ironic.
A person expressing the irony of someone expressing his emotions by writing “ROFLMBO” talking about grammar by using “their” as a singular pronoun…ironic.
Ditto for the person who notes the above-noted irony in a run-on sentence. 😉
absa freakin lootly
At January 16, 2007 9:40 PM, Gradual Dazzle said…
“I wonder if Doug Savage is a closet homophone?”
No, but “DOGS HAVE AGE” is close
OK, it’s not close.
So sue me.
Force corps ants heaven ye ears a go, arf whore fodders bra fore the pawn this incontinent a noon nay shun .
Love this fodder for my punctuation and usage lectures! Nothing gets an 11th grader’s attention like a good English-usage cartoon.
Actually, programmers always use semicolons.
They’re basically periods for programs.