If Aric stopped doing things, the comic would be boring. Also, where’d the pulled-off wings go?
Lord Ben Stole them….
The opposite of a car hitting a brick wall is a cloud flowing around a rock.
While it is true that often opposites are opinions I highly doubt that the opposite of your tongue is a phone booth. I mean it could still happen but… ah whatever.
No, I get Tongue/Phone Booth. They’re both used to talk, but the tongue is inside you, and you are inside a phone booth.
Nice of us to explore opposites! I mean, as a child, it annoyed me that the opposite of “dog” was “cat”. Why not elephant? Or giraffe?
Can it be? SCIENCE!? In a webcomic that has thus far completely avoided making sense of any kind? BLASPHEMY!
Reading this with a cold = brain pain…
The torn-off wings are going to turn into a pair of socks, obviously.
I think that the real concern here are two things: 1) What’s the opposite of “Hey?” 2) What happens when they hit the ceiling?
The opposite of a car hitting a brick wall is a brick wall taking assorted metal bits and forming a backwards-moving car, obviously.
The opposite of a car hitting a brick wall is a brick wall hitting a car. From a certain point of view.
(Reads) Hey! hey! hey! Hey! hey! Hey!
(commentary) are we going to do this again?
@DaMullet. actually, thats probably the best answer, from Aric’s view
The opposite of “hey” is “yeh.” obviously. ;)
I Love this comic keep up the good work guys! :D
You know my question is why is Lemnos arm of wood getting shorter! He only chopped of his hand and now he has no elbow?
Truthfully, the opposite of the car hitting the brick wall is the resistance the wall gives transferring kinetic energy into the ground before the wall disintegrates, so the car would go through the wall after losing energy to it.
This case would be more easily described as a rock (Aric) trying to go through a window (pulling off Fergus’s wings), but bouncing off instead (wings growing back)
Aric wouldn’t know, he’s decided he’s bad at science.
Go boring, excitingly weird science!!!
Oh, and I think that when they hit the ceiling, the purple sea will drain into an endless fountain,because it would just keep going, like the recently extinguished shovel beam.
@Glen maybe things grow backwards wherever they are? Or maybe he just chaged how he was drawing it. We may never know.
The opposite of “Hey” is “What?”
Aric tried to stop doing things once before. And then a cookie spat chocolate on him.
I fear that not doing things will lead to weirder consequences down the line.
@Dauntasa … That was a brilliant analysis, my friend. :P Now take that awesome brain power and deconstruct “car hitting a brick wall/miniature golf”. XD
Oh, I just got the title… Since they’re talking about weird opposites, then instead of the traditional “night/day” opposite, we’ve got “night/clay”… That’s probably what Lemmo would come up with. XD
@Nester64, That was pretty much exactly what my commentary was like too. XD
@Shirasong, That was going to be my answer… XD Except I was gonna say “Yeah.” And I was trying to figure out the opposite as far as what it would be if you played it backwards. Like apparently the exact phonetic opposite of “your” is “Roy”. :P Like if you play them backwards they sound the same.
@Lipkin, I had that same thought… I thought, “Didn’t he try this once? And then the king heard of it…”
No silly Lemmo the opposite of a car hitting a brick-wall is clearly a chicken eating a watermelon on the moon, and I have scientific evidence to back up my statement.
Good going, Fergus now you got the Parasox going again. I thought out of the group, you’d know better -_-
@X-Soldier: I imagine there wouldn’t be a ceiling. I mean, it was originally an endless void right?
I thought the opposite of a car hitting a brick wall was jell-o shooting out of the armpits of a giant dancing robot.
@Treejump – There is a ceiling. The penguins hit it in EASY COME GO EASY, remember? Right before they get cookie-napped.
The opposite of a car hitting a brick wall is a car missing a brink wall.
Brick. Brick wall.
well all they need is a guy in power armor
Okay, so I am the only one who has the question “What the mesothorax has happened to Lemmo’s arm?” I mean last time I saw he only got rid of his hand, not his whole forearm… Is it eroding or something?
Really, check back, the time they take the fluffy little buggers to literally travel behind the scenes, Lemmo still has his forearm. So what the …???
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