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  1. itisme GoComics Pro Member commented on Candorville 2 days ago

    Same amount of syllables: “Hella” (one of the stupidest pieces of slang to ever rear it’s head) and really.
    All you’re doing is replacing “really” for “Hella.”
    Irt would be different if you were using it as a contraction of “hell” and “of,” such as “That’s one hell of a bite you got there,” could be reduced to “That’s one hella bite you got there.”
    No, you have to use it in a nonsensical way, as in replacing the word “really” above.
    And don’t get me started on the infantile “my bad.”

  2. itisme GoComics Pro Member commented on Poorly Drawn Lines 9 days ago

    I like the strip to except for the gratuitous use of the idiotic term “hella.”

  3. itisme GoComics Pro Member commented on Pluggers 28 days ago

    Pluggers? More like pansies if you let your woman control you like that.

  4. itisme GoComics Pro Member commented on Diamond Lil about 1 month ago

    If that fish was wearing a pair of glasses I would swear it was the Incredible Mr. Limpitt.

  5. itisme GoComics Pro Member commented on Cow and Boy Classics about 1 month ago

    Rap is crap, you sap.

  6. itisme GoComics Pro Member commented on Ken Catalino about 1 month ago

    Never thought I’d see the day when I agreed with you, but there it is.

  7. itisme GoComics Pro Member commented on Brewster Rockit about 1 month ago

    I was asked the other day who I wanted to see on the 20 dollar bill.

    “Andrew Jackson,” I replied!

  8. itisme GoComics Pro Member commented on Poorly Drawn Lines about 1 month ago

    I like this comic but I may drop it for the constant use of “hella.”

  9. itisme GoComics Pro Member commented on Chip Bok about 1 month ago

    George Washington and Alexander Hamilton thought very highly of a strong centralized federal government.

  10. itisme GoComics Pro Member commented on Working Daze 2 months ago

    Books written by a pompous ass and packed with unnecessary filler to make them thick.
    More than five pages used to describe someone eating a live rat in a dungeon? That’s when I’d decided I’d had enough.
    Well, that and the author’s attitude when asked by fans when his next book is coming out.
    If you read Tad Williams’ earlier works you will see where Martin got a lot of his ideas from anyway. And Mr. Williams is a far better writer than Martin could ever hope to be.