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Like an awesome kiss that tastes like strawberries.

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In response to: Mexican Piss Dream.

harry [Visitor]
hii
i saw u at camdom market the other weekend and got the mexican piss dream comic,
just wanna say that its pretty awesom and it always makes me laugh (although my mates think i have 'issues') and keep up all the good insanaty/genius :)
harry
(im only 15 and i know the spellings all wrong, but i just wanted to shere the love as it were)

:)
PermalinkPermalink 17/10/09 @ 11:51

In response to: Just for once.

kechil [Visitor]
Hi Sebastian, looking like an angel in the snow. I went to Sutherland recently to visit my Ur-Temple and it also was covered in snow. Please get in touch.

Kechil
PermalinkPermalink 23/07/09 @ 11:32

In response to: Oh, the places I've been.

Mathew J Pallett [Visitor] · http://stirfriedpla.net
I probably looked less than excited due to the fact that I was sitting next to a giant mirror, which suddenly made me extremely conscious about the fact that my hair was a mess. I could have gone to a Barber to have it trimmed, but then it would look like I went to a Barber to have my hair trimmed!

A small problem also occurred whilst I was eating a sandwich, a crumb must have lodged itself somewhere in my oesophagus as I started to cough incessantly. The first thing that came to my mind was that everyone around me would think I had the dreaded Swine Flu & people in Hazmat suits would drag me away to be quarantined!
PermalinkPermalink 18/06/09 @ 09:45

In response to: In the end, he became a beautiful butterfly.

it went as far as it could go! hopefully the Rolling Stone review is very generous! congratulations! onto better things!
PermalinkPermalink 13/06/09 @ 02:20

In response to: Oh, the places I've been.

MCNALLY [Member] · http://www.semioticcohesion.com
Emma, it does me joy to hear of your loud laughter. It would be a pleasure to fill out your October show. We should have some lovely new stuff together by then, too.
PermalinkPermalink 29/05/09 @ 23:41

In response to: Oh, the places I've been.

Emma Vieceli [Visitor] · http://emma.sweatdrop.com
Your write ups did make me LOL! See you again in October I hope? :)
PermalinkPermalink 29/05/09 @ 20:45

In response to: Oh, the places I've been.

I am willing to bring her to America. but i refuse to travel to Europe!
PermalinkPermalink 27/05/09 @ 00:23

In response to: Oh, the places I've been.

MCNALLY [Member] · http://www.semioticcohesion.com
She told me that if she were to ever accept my love, I would have to complete nineteen labours. Some of them were really hard!
PermalinkPermalink 26/05/09 @ 10:51

In response to: Oh, the places I've been.

I like the girl in the second photo with the long hair and glasses and plaid top. I am in love!
PermalinkPermalink 26/05/09 @ 04:00

In response to: Did you know that check this out:

Sebastian [Member]
Why thank you, sir. It'll be the third piece of art that I own.
PermalinkPermalink 14/04/09 @ 18:25

In response to: Did you know that check this out:

Philip Bliss [Visitor]
I liek it, congrats on winning an original watercolor!
PermalinkPermalink 14/04/09 @ 15:49

In response to: When I was in High School.

murray [Visitor] · http://lat.fm/user/cptn_
I demand the stack of rap lyrics for my immediate perusal
PermalinkPermalink 25/03/09 @ 08:10

In response to: Scotland? Not after those war vets stole it from me! (It's an African joke)

MCNALLY [Member] · http://www.semioticcohesion.com
Wait, are you talking about those pictures I'm seeing on Michaela's Facebook of you wearing your sister's clothes? If so, then YES.
PermalinkPermalink 22/02/09 @ 00:29

In response to: Scotland? Not after those war vets stole it from me! (It's an African joke)

MCNALLY [Member] · http://www.semioticcohesion.com
Sebastian, it's Tom. Could you put the photos in the form of a comic? We should probably have some more comics on here. If not, then whatever. I would have put some pictures of me on this one if I had any. I can't believe that not one person in Scotland took a picture of my face.
PermalinkPermalink 22/02/09 @ 00:26

In response to: Scotland? Not after those war vets stole it from me! (It's an African joke)

Sebastian [Member]
Tom, it's Sebastian. Am I allowed to post photographs of myself? Cos I got some good ones.
PermalinkPermalink 21/02/09 @ 14:37

In response to: Friends Of Semiotic Cohesion Volume I - Edward Babb

Sebastian [Member]
This could easily become our most popular comic.
PermalinkPermalink 23/01/09 @ 12:10

In response to: Friends Of Semiotic Cohesion Volume I - Edward Babb

MCNALLY [Member] · http://www.semioticcohesion.com
It's a good thing we've got Zayaan.
PermalinkPermalink 22/01/09 @ 10:18

In response to: Friends Of Semiotic Cohesion Volume I - Edward Babb

Zayaan Khan [Visitor]
Saturday, McNally, not Friday.
PermalinkPermalink 22/01/09 @ 08:42

In response to: SEBASTIAN.

MCNALLY [Member] · http://www.semioticcohesion.com
Tell them about the book! People are excited about the book!
PermalinkPermalink 15/01/09 @ 14:31

In response to: Oh me oh my god this has got to stop.

Sebastian [Visitor]
Typealyzer, after analyzing my personality through this post, said that I was:

"The gentle and compassionate type... especially attuned their inner values and what other people need."

I like to think that everyone secretly needs their face to be worn upon another person's face, in a gentle and compassionate way.
PermalinkPermalink 03/11/08 @ 23:09