Monday, February 7, 2011

Productive Snow Day

Inspiration: The Great Midwestern Blizzard of 2011, Calvin & Hobbes, High School English, and The Mighty Quinn.

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39 comments:

Mollie said...

awwww. The comic is a no show :(

The Deep End said...

Haha awesome. I'm sure I've done all those things at least once in my life.


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Grant said...

Technical difficulties fixed - the comic should show up now!

Little Gypsy said...

hahaha.... what kind of hot cocoa do you make?

Mollie said...

Is good times!

Lost.in.Idaho said...

Loving the snowclops. I tried to make a "Calvin and Hobbes" homage in my back yard this year and failed miserably.

RS said...

I love this! I'm so fascinated with people who draw comics. It's just such an awesome skill.

Inked said...

800 accidents in the tiny bit of ice we got in Houston in 1 day. My snow day activity was "stay home and not die."

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Anonymous said...

Excellent Jack London reference !

FinallyFast said...

This is great! I had to send it too my brother who has had three snow days this year so far... and who knows if he'll be getting more.

Tyler said...

What a great comic series, glad I found it.

Mark said...

Snow is so wonderful as a child, but as you get older it's just a pain in the ass.

roof-detective said...

love the blog, I was hoping since I am following your blog you will follow mine at www.roof-detective.blogspot.com

Bee said...

yup. had a snow day from college the other day. that was about how it went.

Jean Caulfield said...

Dude, this is all I do everyday. There are a number of snowmen with various deformities inhabiting my yard as we speak!

roughneckturtle/Jeff C. said...

Love your work, and have experienced most all of that in the past five minutes.
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Charlie Pulsipher said...

I do dramatic re-enactments of "To Build a Fire" even when it doesn't snow, though, I admit they are confusing and far less satisfying.
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A said...

Haha, love the snowclopses. A little bit of a calvin and hobbes reference?
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LTD said...

Haha...Can I have the recipe of your hot cocoa?

Mary said...

Love seeing someone honored for a good job. Haven't seen your blog before so I'll check in from time to time.

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L. T. said...

I'm in northern Ohio - I feel ya! And what about scraping ice off the windshield . . .

Nice work, Grant.

Parsley Sage said...

Brilliant! Makes me miss the snow :)

Inscriber said...

Love It!!!! all those things are officially on the bucket list

Donie Alegre said...

Hey... Just dropping to by to say that your post is funny. It's so nice to read comics like that.. very relaxing... Thanks for your post.



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Chickavee said...

Great comics! Loving 'em, every one!

coote said...

haha! great comics ! so glad i came across this site. could you share your hot cocoa recipe ?

Ney said...

i love your comics man! keep up the good job !

Planet Boy said...

"Find the deepest drainage ditch to sled down" - Haha, I can totally relate to that. Your comics are great, I want to share them!

Timothy said...

I've gotten alot of snow this winter

Seri said...

interesting

HavenNyx said...

I LOVE building hoards of evil snowmen =)

azel said...

snow people mions are mans best friend

varun said...

a "aweso" is incomplete without this picture...

GUD1!

Kasey said...

These are hillarious! That snowday sounds perfect!

★Akire Flickerclaw/Ayla Cetteras★ said...

Sounds like something Calvin and Hobbes would do...

Ananya said...

This is probably my favorite ^-^
It reminds me of my younger days...
And wow, how do you keep up with all the comments?

Cubed_Link said...

This is absolutely brilliant and describes my childhood! HA!
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Man! Calvin and Hobbes rules ! Its my favorite comic strip ever!