Friday, December 18, 2009

Friday December 18th

The comic:

Pluggers will use anything as an excuse to be lazy.

Thursday, December 17, 2009

Thursday December 17th

The comic:

Too bad I had to sell the family for gas money! Just you and me, ol' girl.

Wednesday, December 16, 2009

Wednesday December 16th

The comic:


They only have pictures of their kids when they were young?

Man, Pluggers like to wrap nothing in some confusing phrases.

Plus, the pictures of my mom as a toddler look nothing like the pictures of me as a toddler - they don't even feel the same sometimes. Time to get your eyes checked!

Tuesday, December 15, 2009

Tuesday December 15th

The comic:

Well, if you have a Plugger delivering your mail, you never have to worry about him reading them - but how does he know where to deliver it?

Oh, you mean that Pluggers aren't elitist snobs who go to college. Fuck you very much, I am incredibly depressed and anxious just trying to keep my head above water this semester (which will be over tomorrow... I hope) and just shut up. College isn't easy.

Tuesday, December 8, 2009

Wednesday December 9th

The comic:

People without children or grandchildren - people who are too young for grandchildren - have chronic health problems. You FAIL, pluggers.

Plus, who keeps them on the fridge? We write the dates down in at least 2 calendars (a wall calendar and a "weekly planner" type) and keep the appointment cards in the car.

And how dare they mention my sister's birthday? Eek, I hope I don't have an appointment on her birthday. That's only happened once.

Tuesday December 8th

The comic:

I'm somewhat smaller than a rhinoceros and my dog is bigger than the one in the drawing.

She doesn't like me resting my feet on her. Unless I'm using my feet to give her a belly rub.

So basically... this is wrong. Because my personal experience is just as valid as Greg Wilson's. And he's in Oregon, the elitist! I'm in Tennessee, where the real people are.

Monday, December 7, 2009

Monday December 7th

The comic:

Commies! UPS and FedEx exist for a reason, man. *Glenn Beck tears*

Luddites - but that's par for the course. And I looooooooove getting mail, because look, I'm important! I'm a grown-up! (A card for my 5th birthday party addressed to ME, not my mom.)

Saturday, December 5, 2009

Saturday December 5th

The comic:

Pluggers name their POS cars.


I wonder if he got paid by Ford for this. (Ford is all American and they've got Mike Rowe!) I say the drawing is bad - and it is - but I can't draw this well. Think xkcd, but without that level of skill. (Straight lines are beyond me, even with a guide.)

Friday, December 4, 2009

Friday December 4th

The comic:

How can he afford a coffee maker? Or the electricity to run it? I am confused.

Thursday, December 3, 2009

Thursday December 3rd

The comic:

Ha! Babies throw food. And dogs eat food of the floor, saving the mom about .5 minutes of cleaning. It's so funny!

Does anyone actually use a vacuum on food? That sounds like a recipe (ha!) for a busted vacuum, especially with wet food.

Wednesday, December 2, 2009

Wednesday December 2nd

The comic:

And if your grandkids call you "Grammy." What do they call Grandpa? "Grappy?"

What the hell.

Tuesday, December 1, 2009

Tuesday December 1st

The comic:

Ooh, new logo for the "classics"!

All Pluggers drive, and all Pluggers work from their cars. No Plugger works in an office. Wow. 80% of Americans work in their cars.

What a waste of a comic strip. What a waste of money.

It's so blah.


The comic is reproduced here for purposes of review only, and all rights remain with the creator, Gary Brookins.