questionsfavorite funnies?

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I like that xkcd is not only geeky-humorous but sometimes wryly sentimental as well; here are two of my favorite funny ones, though:

http://xkcd.com/242/
http://xkcd.com/149/

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@claudicina: oh, and i very muchly love foamy.

pil-z is my fav... :)

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OMG! Another Foamy Fan!

My 2 favorites, well you can guess the series:
http://www.dilbert.com/strips/comic/1996-02-12/
http://www.dilbert.com/strips/comic/2009-10-15/

http://xkcd.com/391/
http://xkcd.com/482/ (I have this attached to my bedroom door.)

I love the WeRBopBops
http://www.newgrounds.com/portal/view/460299 (Could be considered NSFW)

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I miss calvin and hobbes.

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@hobbit: i have a calvin and hobbes wallpaper up, and i just thought the same thing a few minutes ago.

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On second thought I miss The Far Side more than I miss Calvin and Hobbes.

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@hobbit: DITTO! Sorry, I don't mean to yell at you - I just really miss Calvin and Hobbes too, so the emphasis seemed necessary. Bill Watterson's genius is one of my absolute favourites! :D

A couple of good ones to share:

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Those were always two of my favorites. :)

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I'm actually a fan of everything already mentioned (Dilbert, XKCD - yes!, The Far Side, Calvin and Hobbes, etc) but have had a hard time getting into Achewood. Tried it a while back and just felt like I wasn't getting it.

Also want to give a shout out to Pearls Before Swine. For a syndicated print comic, it's excellent. And of course PvP, one of the best webcomics out there.

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I really like the Perry Bible Fellowship.

Despite the name, this stuff is a bit dark and twisted... not for the easily offended.

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This makes me giggle. the barn by Ralph Hagen
http://www.gocomics.com/thebarn

Second fave is pearls before swine.

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@thewronggrape: Love PBF too, but it's easy to go through all of them quickly and the author doesn't seem to be producing more. Then again, Calvin and Hobbes and The Far Side have already been included, so I guess we're including things that are finite - but PBF is VERY finite.

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@thewronggrape: That was AWESOME. Now I have another addiction! Thanks...

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@wilcononomous: Read Meat... That was hilarious. I love the twisted stuff. :)

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Get Fuzzy got boring; dropped it a year ago and have never missed it.

FRAZZ has to be one of the funniest, wittiest, most make-me-think cartoons in the world. Perhaps not my absolute favorite, but definitely in the top three.

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I like xkcd as most here do, I also read cyanide and happiness (www.explosm.net/comics), buttersafe (buttersafe.com), questionable content (questionablecontent.net), The doghouse diaries (which is similar to xkcd, www.thedoghousediaries.com), saturday morning breakfast cereal (www.smbc-comics.com), and romantically apocalyptic (www.romanticallyapocalyptic.com).

All great comics in my opinion for online reads, though I still have to say my overall all time favorite is Calvin & Hobbes without question.

I get my laughs weekly from all these and recommend checking out some of these comics!

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@twerp02: I like cyanide and happiness, but sometimes they are just stupid, and not funny at all. They are really hit or miss.

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This was over on Woot proper, posted by Wootbot a couple days ago. Really funny! The one about the dog is great too, they all are.

http://hyperboleandahalf.blogspot.com/2010/09/party.html

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@faughtey: I like hyperbole too. wandered over there from Wootbot's suggestion and ended up spending (wasting work) time way too long!

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I like http://www.xkcd.com/309. My husband and I are definitely the team on the right and when I see salespeople struggling with us, I want to refer them to this strip.

For the nerdier set, I enjoyed DM of the Rings (http://www.shamusyoung.com/twentysidedtale/?p=612) - a take on what if the Lord of the Rings was an RPG campaign.
And that spawned the in progress Darth & Droids (http://www.darthanddroids.com).

Citizen Dog is a fun one that no longer runs. It was drawn by Mark O'Hare who later quit Citizen Dog so he could work on Sponge Bob Square Pants. And Calvin and Hobbes is just too much fun. I worry that my 7 year old really likes Calvin, though. Good thing he didn't start reading it until after his school picture was taken.

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I don't have a single comic, particularly. A series I like right now is Not Invented Here (http://notinventedhe.re/), although sometimes it hits too close to home!

Also a fairly new one I like is Fudge That Sugar: http://fudgethatsugar.wordpress.com/

And my all-time always makes me smile is Daisy Owl (http://www.daisyowl.com/), but there hasn't been a new one in a while, and I don't know if there ever will be.

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Loved the Far Side & The Wizard of ID I am going to miss Cathy when it goes away this year, although it got a bit dull after she got married.