''I can't fax now, I'm in a movie.''
Okay, everyone, here’s a comic. Wes and Tony made this comic instead of saving Christmas. HOPE IT WAS WORTH IT.
Hahah, wonderful hidden comic.
Agreed… Texts back in the day really did need updating, they just took too long to get to the recipient.
These guys had no idea the precedent they were setting.
Whew, he must have been relieved, those things are a pain to replace.
SOMEBODY TELL THEM TO BUY APPLE STOCK
if he was one of the few to have a 90s cell phone, he’d never lose it because the thing would be as big as his head.
well you know the saying “he would lose his head if it wasnt attached to his body” well i’m sure someone would lose that cell phone
Completely worth not having Christmas.
Besides, it will probably be saved by santa paws anyways, disney likes to wait until the last minute.
Oh wow my pager’s beeping! I’ve got to get to a phone booth!
AH! I win again!!
Will there be another comic that goes even further back than the 90s?
@ Dave, and heavy as hell too!! @ Anonymous: LMAO
Strange, I’ve received a VHS in the mail of a funny cat.
You sir- You win.
NOOO NOT CHRISTMAS!
Why was he checking his back pocket in the first panel?
He’s just showing off those rad jeans, man.
Maybe he just likes grabbing his butt.
@Madlord: because he came from the future, didn’t you notice he speaks of the 90′s in a “third person” kind of way, like it’s not his own time?
@Sworen: Hahaha, best comment here.
@Wes & Tony: Thumbs up for shirt inside pants. 90′s are the best.
“oop! there it is!” nice reference
Not sure if it’s just me, but that phone looks awful phallic.
I remember this time! Geez, I’m getting old.
That would be more realistic if it were the 80′s…for a Finn anyway. Mostly just old people had corded phones in the 90′s…
Yeah, 2G came in 1990.
@Madlord, same reason he checked his front pocket
Am i just dirty minded, or does that phone look like a penis ?
My thoughts exactly.
TOTALLY WORTH IT! BWAHAHAHA!
in the 90′s we couldn’t find our damn keys now we can’t find our keys or our phones
I still remember the first time someone called me and asked where I was. I was on I-90 near Erie, Pa.
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