Only the most Bludgeony of bludgeons becomes a BludgeTek Bludgeon.
This made me teehee
Science be praised!
“It didn’t bounce!”
hey… That was my mace! I wondered where that went!
Oh the science…
SUCCESS! Generations will look back and herald this day as the day when mankind stepped forward from its primitive, archaic ways. No more shall we trudge on in childish ignorance, no longer shall we stumble blindly into the night of crude incomprehension. Tomorrow begins a new era! An age where we shall penetrate into the mysteries of the universe and draw forth a new understanding of our own existence! And at the edge of the universe, when we as a species advance to the point where we will shed our mortal coil and join the gods in a higher realm of blinding illumination, just as we take the final step into the glorious subsequent plane, all of mankind will look backwards and whisper silently as one… “… Bludgetek”
Also, mace. LOL.
I had an idea like that once, but I had to discard it before it became a federal matter.
Where do I go to find a job such as this? Looks like a great place to moonlight.
My co-workers stared at me strangely when I laughed at this when I was in the elevator today.
Then they saw the comic.
And they laughed as well.
It made my boss late when we laughed as the elevator door opened.
This comic truly has made my day.
Keep up the good work, Sir Gregoire!
I’m not going to type anything clever but this… LMFAO!!
I’ve always wondered how maces get tested. The More You Know.
He never how severely important it is to read a sign, instead of simply skimming.
He only wanted fudge. Fudge!
“You will be baked, and then there will be cake.”
But wait… This is only the outer perimeter of the cake, someone has already eaten the moist and yummy center and only left only the hard outer part with too much icing.
Sounds like a hell of a job, as long as it pays the bills I suppose
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