Behold! A comic strip, and it exists despite Wes sitting on houses while Tony hung out in his cabin.
It’s not true leather belt torture unless you make them take the march of death to go get it for you…
It’s funny because it’s true.
explains everything for me … D:
This is the best hidden comic ever.
I was reading the little bits of the essay I could see in the comic, then got that great surprise of being able to read the whole thing! Loved it 😀
Where did you come up with “Prof. Cudworth”? That happens to be my name, and while I’m not technically a professor, I do teach at a community college!
Damn, that was a hidden comic of a hidden comic. Also first.
Can’t count huh?
First! I mean sixth… Derp…
Ah yes, the week long cookie embargo of ’84. I remember the hard times….
Thank goodness it wasn’t as bad as the cake indecent the year before…
I remember that indecent cake. Always walking through the neighborhood without pants on. Children saw him! I still believe i was right to call the cops on him.
The essay should be taught to children across the nation
the hidden comic is a piece of gold.
If the essay had asked whether the ass continues to exist – and ache – within a box; it would have been an A++.
I have excalty what info I want. Check, please. Wait, it’s free? Awesome!
I have to thank you for the secret comic. Before I went to it, I was trying to read the essay in the actual comic.
hahaha i did the same thing…
Heh, me too. I spent quite some time to try and make sense of it, said screw, I’ll read the hidden comic, and BAM. Failure.
Hahahaha epic win!!
Last word of the 4th paragraph in the hidden comic. TYPO!
I guess that’s why he got a B+ though.
Glad I’m not the only one who noticed that!
Still an awesome comic, though! (:
They really need energy drinks like that. Just mix them in with a whole buncha absinthe.
I don’t get it.
This is the most brilliant comic you guys have ever made!
Please write out that entire paper and post it on your site. Hilarious.
check the hidden. ’tis glorious.
Well most essays, if written outside the context of a text, are at least two pages long if not more, so it should be made longer.Then posted.
i remember those days… ahh the memories
Why was this paper written in the 90’s?
Because that was back when disciplining with a belt was acceptable. Nowadays, that’s enough to get a parent arrested for abuse.
you should write more prose, that was hilarious and genius!
The hidden comic is amazing. I was actually trying to read the essay in the last panel, so it was greatly appreciated.
I feel a conection with the essay
omg the comic itself was hilarious man, and then you went above and beyond with that fuckin genius hidden essay, it was perfect! im literally dying as i type these words! you freakin rock man!
What does sssudio or susudio mean?
I was trying to read the essay in the comic and thought to myself “man I would love to see a full version”. I click hidden comic and BAM! Good stuff!
The paper was written in the 1990s, and the events in said paper happened in 1993. I’m assuming this is a college paper because the class (according to alt-text) is astrophysics. Unless he’s younger than 18 and already in college, the guy was a cookie thief at the age of 12 at the youngest. Gettin’ whipped by his Dad. Judging by the green sweater, though, I’d say he was probably 13 at the time. From there I can assume that his Dad was a total child abuser, which resulted in the kid’s lack of energy drinks. What I don’t understand out of these conclusions is why he’s falling asleep so easily, considering that the abuse would keep this guy awake and scared at night as a child, unable to fall asleep, waiting for the terror that is the nightly, 3AM whippings…
The date on the paper is April Fools’ Day, so who even cares.
April Fool’s 1994… Or at least it looks like a 4 and I sincerely doubt it was written in 94XX. What was missed, in my opinion, is that the energy drink has painful childhood memories. He wrote about the ones that he got from the energy drink. Not his own.
(And we continue to analyze this comic. What is it, One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest?)
Fantastic observations! Perhaps the manufacturer of the energy drink pours out all his childhood memories into these drinks. Or just the factory line workers. Knowing the jobs that they’ve gotten, I’d pour all my wretched memories into my drinks if I was in their position. We must investigate further – to the Red Bull and Monster distribution centers!
Very well written hidden comic. The premise is really simple and its about an ordinary time in an ordinary household but wow! The formal way it was written.
After I read a paragraph, I didn’t understand a thing. Second page, BAM! It clicked in place. It’s about this little boy who wanted to have a cookie but wasn’t allowed but somehow his sister (who I understand had a bike accident?) was allowed some. So he stole one but his sister snitched to her father, (she’s his spy network) and the leather belt came out and he started whacking his ass.
I get it… ASStrophysics!
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