It’s been a while since one of these posts!
"wait, are you a boy or a girl. i can’t tell."
good. i don’t want you to know. you aren’t allowed. i hope it keeps you awake at night for the rest of your life. i hope on your death bed you think of me and still have absolutely no idea. and your entire afterlife will be you in a room with only my face as your thoughts and an eternal sense of confusion.
Shout out to all the lucky gals that feel nothing when they’re on their periods while I feel like a fully grown dinosaur on a motorbike is trying to pop a wheelie right out of my vagoo.
oh my god this is beautiful
The artist has a few other really lovely comics! I’ve added a source so you can see them.
Curse you third person
The power an EF-5 tornado can do, a piece of wood through cement.
Oklahoma the place where paper beats rock.
Paper always beats rock
a movie in which all the main characters are unknown actors but all the background characters are really famous actors
Marry your best friend. Fooling around is fun, but life gets in the way and when it gets hard, you’d wanna be married to your best friend.
WHERE are they getting this stuff !!
Walked into my lecturers office today and he just had two boxes of knives sitting there…
once when i was little, i claimed it was a teacher’s work day so i wouldn’t have to go to school and mom’s not an idiot so of course it didn’t work, but when we got to the school, we found it was a teacher’s work day and that made me think i had super powers so i started trying to kill classmates with my mind to confirm the theory
You thought you had super powers so you immediately attempted to murder everyone
go big or go home
Hey, what’s Winnie the pooh’s favorite color?
No it’s red because of his shirt
No, it’s yellow because he loves honey
You have no idea what you’re talking about
DID I FUCKING STUTTER?
Things heating up at the Winnie the Pooh fandom
Street harassment is not a compliment.
Garon Wade and his husband Jamie were prepared for their son in 2012. They were not prepared for what strangers had to say.
- (Cab Driver in Florida directly after getting in) Where’s his mom? (Us) He doesn’t have a mom. (Long Awkward Silence)
- (Cashier at a Surf Shop, see’s just me and my little boy) Oh man, you were given Daddy duty today huh? (Me) It’s Daddy Duty everyday at my house bro. (Confused look)
- Do you think he’ll be more likely to grow up gay? (Me) No. But I’ll love him for whoever he is, so it doesn’t really matter does it?
- (Man on a plane next to me, completely out of nowhere) So did you leave his mom in DC or are you taking the baby to his mom in Florida? (Me) He doesn’t have a mom, he has two Dads. (Complete Silence)
- Are you guys going to tell him he’s adopted one day? (Us) Yea, but I’m pretty sure even if we didn’t, at some point he’d figure that one out right?
- You shouldn’t take babies on planes for the first many months because they get sick right away. (Us). He’s already been on 20 flights. (Silence)
- (Random Guy on the street) Where’s his mom? (Us) She didn’t want him, so I guess that makes us the next best thing.
- (Random Stranger at the grocery store) That baby’s so cute. Does your wife breastfeed? (Me). No he’s got two Dads so we give him formula. (Lady) What??
- (Another Random Lady at the grocery store). That baby is so young. You should NOT be out with him like this at the grocery store! (My husband) Oh I’m sorry are you a pediatrician? (Lady) Excuse me? (Husband) Are you a pediatrician? (Lady) Well, no. (Husband) Then I’m not that interested in what you have to say. My pediatrician said it’s fine to take him out. Have a good one.
- (Yet another Random Stranger) Where’s his mom? (Me) Where’s your mom?
I hate when people say “Won’t he grow up gay if he has gay parents?”
Um excuse you bitch, it seems to me that it’s all the straight parents having gay babies
I hate that people feel the need to give unwarranted advice to adoptive parents. Especially gay couples. Like those people chose to take care of a child they weren’t legally obligated to take care of. And now they’re giving that child a home and as much love as they can give. Get off your high horse and realize that what’s good for the child doesn’t always fit into your traditional family cookie cutter.
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