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Sandra and Woo: How can heaven and hell be so close together?
‘Heaven and Hell’? I call it ‘Pragmatism’ 🙂
Just read through the archives! Excellent lineart, very professional! There’s a lot of potential here! =^^=
I’d say this could also be called: Cause and Effect, or Action and Consequences! =^^=
Well, I really don’t care that much for the titles of the strips. They exist more or less only for the reason that one can easily refer to a specific strip by it instead of having to say something like “Strip Nr. 17” or “The strip in which Woo says…”. My only concern is that they shouldn’t give away the punchline.
“Cause and effect” would also have been a good line for the speech bubble, but I still like the current one better since it seems to fit for candy-loving girls and coons.
Fun Fact:The creator of the Cotton Candy Machine was a Dentist!
LOL. That was a very clever business strategy. 🙂
Heh heh, that’s funny.
I really like this comic, and your art.
On crash ally there is a daycare next to a tombstone store.
Never thought I would see something like that again.
Heh. Earlier today I saw a Prius and a Hummer beside each other, and they were the same color. It was somewhere between cool and creepy.
@Novil: And a very simple one; one just serves as a feeder for the other 😉
Depending on what happens, both can be heaven and hell.
Throwing up from candy and getting bad teeth, getting a tooth pulled or braces.
Yummy sugary treats that are fine in moderation, having good o|r|a|l health.
I’ve actually seen a dentist right next door to a candy shop.
R’na beat me to it, but yeah, I’ve seen an ice cream shop by a dentist’s before as well. Somewhere in New Orleans…
reminds me of a quote from a greek philosopher Nikos Kazantzakis: The doors of heaven and hell are adjacent and identical.
and it reminds me of the black sabbath song heaven and hell. check that song out: it’s awesome
Isn’t it obvious that dentists and the owners of the factory’s that make sweets are in league with each other
heh heh, when i went out for dinner at a hotel I saw a gym and a dentist right opposite the hotel.
dentist/vet? what is this?
They have the dentist there so your teeth don’t fall out.
my dentist once gave me donuts after a teeth cleaning
i didn’t need a candy store. my dentist always gave me candy after a appointment. either way i never had a cavity.
Your avatar is my reaction to that. Seriously? O_O@ Kid_K:
Interesting strategy in more ways than one…
Child: I wan’ some candy!
Parent: I know just the place.
Parent: Well, here we are, corner of 1st and Main. Say, since we’re here anyway, why not have your teeth checked as well?
Irony blvd the world’s funniest street.
Best dental location EVER!
The guy who added sugar to chewing gum was also a dentist
I dislike I’m doing this… but I have to test it somewhere, and I hope here it will be in the way less… does my comment get a border?
I just discovered this comic and I already love it! It reminds me a bit of Calvin and Hobbes, but it’s very much it’s own comic and I really, really love it!
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Easy, the wife owns the candy store while the husband is a dentist – perfect arrangement
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