What the critics are saying:
“As I’ve always said, with great Folly comes great Innovation.” – Uncle Ben
"I want to eat more things, but my tummy is full to the brim!" he thought for the five hundredth time that day.
A man isn't defined by whether o/not he ascribes to arbitrary societal norms. Rather he is defined by whether o/not he uses the Oxford comma
"Hey man, don't hate. Chicks dig the coupe!" said Ed, grinning as he tenderly placed more baby chics in the chicken coupe. #nanowrimoopeners
Is the missing T in Birthday part of the punchline, or am I giving you too much credit?
Love the comic by the way.
No that is a regrettable grammar mistake. Only Shakespeare was clever enough to use misspellings for dramatic and comedic effect.
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