“Dear Reader, 
 You are reading”
I DON’T EVEN KNOW

“Dear Reader,

You are reading”

I DON’T EVEN KNOW

“You ll love it… especially when”
What I wouldn’t give for an infinity hot dog machine.
Comic featuring my friend Colette and her cat Ender. They like hot dogs only slightly less than I do.

“You ll love it… especially when”

What I wouldn’t give for an infinity hot dog machine.

Comic featuring my friend Colette and her cat Ender. They like hot dogs only slightly less than I do.

“to have total control over your legs as you gracefully”
"Cats. Why’d it have to be cats?" - Indiana Jones (the actual dog, that Harrison Ford’s character was named after in the series)
Sorry, there’s no way this comic could have NOT been about cats.
It also features my friend Tom, whom I think is PartyCat’s biggest fan.

“to have total control over your legs as you gracefully”


"Cats. Why’d it have to be cats?" - Indiana Jones (the actual dog, that Harrison Ford’s character was named after in the series)

Sorry, there’s no way this comic could have NOT been about cats.

It also features my friend Tom, whom I think is PartyCat’s biggest fan.

"you that there exists"
I can’t pass up the opportunity to make a quantum mechanics reference!
"Schrödinger’s Cat" is this weird-ass thought experiment where you would hypothetically put a cat in a box for an hour along with a radioactive acid vial, a hammer and a radiation detector. If the detector finds one atom of radioactive decay, it releases the hammer and destroys the vial along with the cat (wtf, right?). Since the box is sealed, you don’t know what’s going on, so in the world of quantum mechanics, the cat is both alive AND dead until you peek in and “superposition” ends and collapses into one possibility and WHAT THE HELL, SCIENCE

"you that there exists"

I can’t pass up the opportunity to make a quantum mechanics reference!

"Schrödinger’s Cat" is this weird-ass thought experiment where you would hypothetically put a cat in a box for an hour along with a radioactive acid vial, a hammer and a radiation detector. If the detector finds one atom of radioactive decay, it releases the hammer and destroys the vial along with the cat (wtf, right?). Since the box is sealed, you don’t know what’s going on, so in the world of quantum mechanics, the cat is both alive AND dead until you peek in and “superposition” ends and collapses into one possibility and WHAT THE HELL, SCIENCE

"Way to Internet"
Horse can show you the way, but you’ll probably realize that you’ve known all along.

"Way to Internet"

Horse can show you the way, but you’ll probably realize that you’ve known all along.

“this preposterous and ridiculous business”
I just hope that a cat reads this and is all “SIGN ME UP.”

“this preposterous and ridiculous business”


I just hope that a cat reads this and is all “SIGN ME UP.”