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Ship of Jokes!

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19 Responses to SHIP OF JOKES!

  1. Eric says:

    When I was 12 or 13 and all fresh-faced to the internet, it was this, along with the SNL shorts and the Maakies back archive, that led to a sense of humor responsible for considerable strife between my teachers and I for years to come. Thank you.

  2. Random Interloper says:

    The monster’s chortling still lurks just beneath the surface of my conscious mind. Was that before or after the waste dayze?

  3. Cubelodyte says:

    Whose rendition of Whiskey Johnny is that? I like it. All the ones I’ve ever been able to find sound lame. I like this one.

  4. Darren says:

    Remember it well! My early days of Maakies appreciation! Love the recurring sea monster character. My old fave was the submarine which was swallowed and then shit out. WE ARE TURDS! LOL!

  5. JB says:

    Here we’re confronted with a creature whose laughter incites magnificent brew to spew forth from its spouts. The very idea that you’d label it a “monster” saddens me deeply.

  6. sheafo says:

    i forgot how much the seamonster’s laugh annoyed me until now

  7. Ricky says:

    I remember watching this at work but I couldn’t hear it! Now I can! Now i can hear it!

  8. Random Interloper says:

    Another good thing about waste: Unicycle Baby Guy. How I miss those shorts…

  9. Playing chess with Tony was a shocking experience for me. I have played over 20,000 games of chess in my life and won most of them, and coming up against Tony Millionaire was one of the most humbling experiences I have ever had. He confidently chose black. I opened with Pk4, Tony with the Sicilian Defense (and I don’t mean garlic). He played the full dragon with the fianchettoed bishop on the king side. He came forward with a crushing attack using his queen side pawns. It felt like Gandolph beating me with his wand after Gandolph had become a full “white” wizard. Tony checkmated me in only 24 moves (thankfully, not the 7 moves he had predicted). Then we played another and another, and all of my strategic and tactical ideas fell like dominoes. The pieces no longer had any meaning to me and I admittedly felt tears climbing into my gaze. The chess board swam.

  10. knuclear200x says:

    So…THAT’s what the characters sound li…er…wait…now I don’t know whether to think these voices or the Adult swim voices when i read your comics.

  11. hhwolfman says:

    It is always good, to start you morning off with the Ship of Jokes.

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