Facebook in real life – No. 2

Facebook in real life – No. 2 published on 6 Comments on Facebook in real life – No. 2

Have you ever wondered what would happen if you did the things that you do in facebook, in real life?

Obviously, this comic is a continuation of the theme I touched on in my previous comic (see here).
Sometimes, the things that we now do online seem so normal, but if you take them out of the context of where we perform these actions, they seem totally ridiculous.

I suppose that  this is one aspect of online culture which is both a benefit & a drawback, depending on how you view it.

I am not going to say much more here, except to warn you that there may be more “Facebook in real life” comics in the future.
If you have an idea of a facebook activity that you would like to see done as a comic, please leave me a comment and let me know.

I do not guarantee to draw every idea I get, but I am sure something will be hilarious enough to catch the “doodle treatment”.

t-shirt Due to popular demand (yes, really.) I have begun adding some of my comics to t-shirts and other products, through Zazzle. 

The products I have created so far are on the ‘MOMENTOS‘ page, for your perusing pleasure. More will be added as time goes on.
(please note that the zazzle store is a work in progress and I will probably cry if you criticise it)

Please also feel free to request any of my comics on a shirt, and I will be happy to make them available in the store.

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6 Comments

Something around those ridiculous quizzes that people do and publish. I’ve seen some really naughty ones that my COLLEAGUES have published! Favourite sexual position and stuff. Or just “Which Twilight Vampire are You?”

I think you could lend your humour to those.

Which celebrity are you. I think there should be two guys who meet each other in real life both claiming to be Mr T.

I don’t know if this is just a US thing but looking at your shirts we spell anologue as “analog” so you may want to make another version if you are trying to sell here as well.

Jeebus! You americans always trying to correct the Queens own english! Well, verily, I say ‘nay’ to you fine sir. Be off with you!
(actually, I will consider that. But it is a complex formula which involves : (can I be bothered) with = possibility.

I like the “which celeb are you?” idea.
Two Mr T’s you say. Hmmmm…..
Consider that idea officially taken by me.

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