Drunk girlon May 8, 2011 at 12:01 am
So this was the comic that started it all. Basically I was at the Poacher(a bar in downtown Burlington, Ontario) with my band and we were chilling having some beers on the patio when this drunk girl steps on my foot and wants to start a fight with me.
Essentially the comic explains the rest of it.
I knew after this happened I had to make a comic out of it. So i created panel template in Photoshop threw it into Sketchbook pro (all my comics are drawn in Sketchbook pro) and then pasted it on facebook for everyone to enjoy and a couple people thought it was funny.
And I was hooked then. Nobody I knew was posting comics on facebook… it just made sense.
… wait, first comic… released on may 8, and today is september 27…
this is the first comic i made. it’s about the events of may 6th. but drawn on may 8th.
When I saw this the first time I laughed, this time I nearly pissed myself I laughed so hard.
i have a very similar story…i guess there ARE a lot of drunk chicks everywhere
You have obviously not been to new jersey.
One year ago, a legend was born….
So ARG I don’t mean to trouble you but the other day I was about to reread through archive, and as soon as I arrived at the first comic I was redirected to a hardcore porn site, I’m not sure if you’re having some security problems or that was just part of the I am ARG experience.
I feel so stupid. I now just finally got the joke here..
So…I’m actually living in Oakville…and I would have to agree with this comic to the max. The people here can have some insane entitlement issues. We’ve been threatened with lawyers by people who get mad at us for telling them to not let their dog poop in the garden, or even just to pick up after it. I can totally see Oakville people being total derps when drunk like here. This made me laugh so hard.
Damn, ARG.. you look wierd.
I’m in love with this webcomic simply because you mentioned Oakville.
Not even mad.
Haha, I was raised in Oakville, consider it my hometown.. and seriously it depends on which part of the town the people are from… the Glen Abbey development folks like to think of themselves as a separate town (that’s how full of themselves they are) then there’s the “Old Oakville” crowd… and the yuppies invading Bronte.. but it honestly has it’s share of decent folks, they’re not *all* pretentious twits.
Almost like how me and my husband met. I went to a strangers place, tried to pick a fight, got hammered and picked a fight. He fell for me instantly, that weird sicko.