What better way to stave off A $#!& storm!
Fight dire with dire.
Let a swear be your umbrella?
If it works, I say go with it!
Better than an umbrella
And no bothersome handle to hold.
I KNEW there was an advantage to cursing!
Every curse cloud has a silver lining! Curse away, Loki-Lou!
*evil grin* I intend to….tomorrow….during sweary Tuesday! (Football night).
Would love to see the curse symbols in a transcription of football night, L-L, lol.
I wish we had word balloons in real life! I wouldnt get wet, or need sunblock! [grin]
But if you talk too much, you’ll push everyone out of the room!
Talk about your cloud having a “silver” lining, that’s really blue umbrella.
That cloud has a blue streak instead of a silver lining!
And we thought nothing good would come of the curse.
Well, you’re not too far off from the truth, Julian!
Language so foul that even rain cannot penetrate it!
A completely curseproof curse!
I love the bubble 4th wall humor. And the irony.
Thanks, Mike. I never had so much fun cursing before!
There’s nothing like a little cursing to stop the rain.
I can say I’ve done some cursing in the rain, but it had absolutely no effect!
A cloud to protect them from a cloud!
Fight a curse with a curse!
JP stole my “Silver Lining” Comment. But he won on the “Blue” umbrella. LOL
I could spend hours looking at all those little cursers! :`D
Cursive language is fun to draw, Jande! Glad you like it!
Hmmm…I guess a dark cloud can be a beneficial protectorate depending on how you look at it.
Hair of the curse that bit you!
So all we need to do to block out the rain is curse? That sounds like something I’m more than capable of doing! Watch out London rain, you ain’t getting me wet tonight!
Although I can’t make any guarantees it will work without the precise incantation, Saeed, I applaud your effort to try! Look out, London rain!
I swear I never woulda thought such bad language would be waterproof.
The curse is waterproof, the bad language goes right through you!
It has done nothing but rain today in Atlanta, Mark! Next time I’ll have to give this a try!
Just make sure you aim your swearing skyward and not at anyone bigger than you.
Every cloud has a cursive lining.
These two are getting quite good with those cursive words, too!
I really like the look of this one! It doesn’t hurt that it’s very funny too:)
Thanks, Christian, coming from someone who’s work I truly admire, that means a lot!
I agree with Christian! You are brilliant when it comes to your art!
Gosh, Gary, thanks so much for that fine compliment! I always try to push myself a bit, it’s nice that you appreciate it, really makes me want to keep working harder!
Talk about a s%$# storm of happiness.
That’s one way to put it!
As always, this is a great visual gag. Keep it up.
Appreciate the encouragement, Josh!
Now if I could do that to stop the rain, that would be awesome. Clever concept Mark!
I call that a Grumbrella! Glad you liked it, Miguel!
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