Dilbert Classics by Scott Adams

Dilbert Classics

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  1. margueritem

    margueritem GoComics PRO Member said, 10 months ago

    Engineers snort a lot…

  2. Bruno Zeigerts

    Bruno Zeigerts said, 10 months ago

    @margueritem

    But what do they snort?

  3. margueritem

    margueritem GoComics PRO Member said, 10 months ago

    @Bruno Zeigerts

    I knew someone would up with that! ;-) They snort Coke, but often get their heads stuck in the bottle.

  4. Nabuquduriuzhur

    Nabuquduriuzhur said, 10 months ago

    re:

    Snorting?

    Only time I can think of snorting on the job was when I was testing materials for the new Aquaglass factory in 1993. They had diesel equipment inside and not a whole lot of ventilation. Inhaled lots of greasy black smoke. Black goop in the nose…

  5. Kris Bennett

    Kris Bennett said, 10 months ago

    It’s a dreadful curse…engineers are nerds, my brother is an engineer and so far its been three years

  6. Sisyphos

    Sisyphos said, 10 months ago

    That’s your best? No wonder you became an engineer, Dilbert!
    Snort!

  7. Ray C

    Ray C said, 10 months ago

    Keep it up, guys. It only enhances my feeling of superiority. Now, where did I put my pocket protector?

  8. Chris Kenworthy

    Chris Kenworthy said, 10 months ago

    Was this the first appearance of proto-Wally? Or has he already shown up in the classics?

  9. Clark  Kent

    Clark Kent said, 10 months ago

    Snort. Snort. Snort, snort, snort snort snort snortsnortsnort.
    …………………………………………………………………….
    (Steam locomotive after engineer opens throttle)

  10. Peam

    Peam said, 10 months ago

    SNERK?

  11. Tacopielvr

    Tacopielvr said, 10 months ago

    I worked with engineers for 20 years as a machine/product/mechanical designer. It was the longest tenure of the three distinctly different careers I’ve had, and by far, engineers (not all of them) on the whole were the oddest, most boring & socially inept group of people to be around. No offense meant to engineers, I blame myself for needing to have a more vibrant, and socially diverse professional identity for myself, and those around me. The few women that worked in the engineering environments I worked in were some of the oddest (for lack of a better word) women I’ve known. I guess thats why I like Dilbert….Its scary funny how so many Dilbert strips are so very reflective of the environments and companies I worked for.

  12. phyllis bear

    phyllis bear said, 10 months ago

    ..chuckle, chuckle . hahah — try that in a D cup…

  13. wjspencer

    wjspencer said, 10 months ago

    @Tacopielvr

    I think social graces require subtlety and flexibility, neither of which are traits of logical, rule-driven thinkers like engineers tend to be.

  14. wildcatherder

    wildcatherder said, 10 months ago

    I was an electronics engineer for ten years. During that time I also worked at renaissance faires, wrote short stories, created pencils drawings, produced radio plays and took up belly dance. Engineers are people, too.

  15. Number Six

    Number Six said, 10 months ago

    @Chris Kenworthy

    Wally first appeared a couple of months ago.

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