Carousels are pretty awesome.
Greg wants YOU to vote.
Just in time for the summer, er . . . sort of. But yea, in case you needed to spruce up your midsummer wardrobe or prepare for autumn, the Greg t-shirt is an excellent choice. So if you ever wanted to help the comic out and look fabulous while doing it, now’s your chance! You can order the shirt HERE or click on the “Store” Tab up top in the menu for details. A huge thanks for checking it out. Here’s what it looks like:
I ordered a limited amount through a printing site called Print Mojo, to test the merchandizing waters. There might be less of some sizes and more of others. I ordered as per Print Mojo’s recommendations. If sales do well, I’ll tinker with the quantities and consider other t-shirt designs. If not . . . well, I don’t want to think about that now. But yea, it was about time the T-shirt came out. Hoping to see a whole bunch of people sport the sprout!
The Thirteenth Month Edition
1. I’ve learned how to sort of read my son’s facial expressions. More out of necessity than anything since he learned how to pillage storage cabinets and climb stuff. Here’s an example of a sequence of expressions that would prompt me into action:
“Pick up your toys.” “no.”
“Stop chucking food on the floor.” “no.”
“Stop playing with your balls.” (yea, they do that when you change their diapers. looks painful.) “no.”
“Bedtime.” “NOOOO! NO! NO! NOOOOOOOOO!”
3. Poop diapers do not get better over time.
4. In a relation to #3, when a toddler is running around all over the place and all of a sudden goes still, time to plug up your nostrils.
5. Being a dad is still pretty awesome.
So I pretty much wiped my archives in vain. After teasing me for a couple of days, the navigation bar decided to kick me in the balls again. So I removed the ‘latest’ button. If you want to read the newest comic, hit the ‘HOME’ tab up top. The ‘next’ button stops working as you approach the newest comic, so I guess keep on clicking on the comics themselves to get you to the next comic. The archives . . . yea, they’re stomping on me as well. I think the archives are about 6 comics behind, maybe more. Once you hit the last comic in the archive, click on the comic image directly to advance to the next ones. Sorry about this, but I have no clue how to fix this issue. I thought I did, but I remain clueless. If anyone is familiar with Comic Press, please help me out. Thanks.