If only people could practice this in real life.
What do you mean ‘could’? I did this just last week.
The GBH does stand for Grievous Bodily Harm, doesn’t it?
It IS a great toy store. That man has gone back about 4 or 5 times. Lol.
bet u 5 bucks he will show up again.
Just used this to win an argument.
This strip is one of many, many reasons why Mike has always been my favorite.
He’s not my favorite, per se, that’s gotta be Walky, but he’s definitely second place. And then Joyce, Sal, and Joe, in that order.
mike all the way
W00T!!! I would TOTALLY support a Mike comic! Maybe Mike and Walky? Because I like him, too.
Is Mike… sticking up for Ethan?
Nope, just being a asshole
if you’re being a asshole against a asshole.. are you still being an ass then?
I think it just makes you a righteous asshole.
Like CM Punk.
An asshole in Ethan’s favor. For once.
Mike is sticking up for *logic*
I honestly think he is. It is confusing.
Occassionally, smaller, weaker assholes have to be put in their place by the dominant asshole. Mike is maintaining his leadership of the pack, not sticking up for Ethan. That’s just an unwanted side-effect.
lmao, it all makes sense now! Mike is the alpha-male asshole!
Mike is my hero. I am going to be Mike when I grow up.
I’m going to name my anus Mike now.
Huh! I never noticed what’s-his-face-complaining-customer-guy actually has a name. “Duncan”.
Mike occassionally “sticks up” for Ethan. When it suits him and his own ideals of course. Mainly his pursuit of total assholishness. I think Ethan has a little crush on Mike though. XD Who wouldn’t? Man candy!
Cool, the lovable a-hole is showing that other a-hole who’s boss.
I’m confused…is smaller quantities of figures=higher manufacturing price per figure a good thing? It seems like it should be the opposite, unless they’re going for more quality of figure than usual.
Whether it’s a good thing is irrelevant. That’s just how the economics of producing things works. When I print Shortpacked! books, I pay my publisher more per book for doing a run of 1000 than I would for a run of 5000 or higher. It costs more to produce a small handful of a thing than it would to do buttloads.
The fixed costs remain the same while the variable costs increase linearly, so the average cost is lower.
Mikey’s asshole-isms have so much love in them.
Mike’s opinions are always right
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