….no freckles on this one. The hair is colored red, though.
Seriously, though, it’s not just me, right? Other people notice this?
I do believe that is the point.
I get that yes, the joke is supposed to be the resemblance to Amber.
However, imagine her with freckles.
And if you haven’t yet, go read “Roomies!”.
If I made myself any clearer, I’d need a 10′-diagonally glowing neon sign.
Its another one of Amber’s fathers children duh…
I really wish Ronnie’s doppelganger had been Theodore Roosevelt.
Mostly because I love Theodore Roosevelt.
The opposite would have to be a Democrat icon, not another Republican one.
Then again Teddy was a Republican before they became modern Republicans, so…
Yes, but sadly Theodore cannot allow himself to come back until he has to fight off Satan during his second coming. If he comes back sooner satan will win.
I love that Shortpacked is basically the evil mirror universe equivalent to McAwesome’s.
She’s right. Sharp Cheddar makes everything better. =P
Goes well with some whine.
I have entered some sort of non-dysfunctional parallel universe. I DON’T LIKE IT. I’M SCARED.
It’s Steve the pirate! Wait a sec… Was this made after Dodgeball?
Anyways, I find it interesting that I like both versions of Rick for some reason.
Note the “nonfictional”. Anyone else immediately think “Batman” when he said that?
i really wanted to see the anti-Faz
My current theory is that the guy in panel five is Franklin Delano Romanowski.
I can’t wait to the straight girl, an easy get along Filipino girl, the guy who gets mistaken for a Mortal Kombat character, the guy who enjoys getting laid everyday, and the talking boat.
Why this is strip has no tags? I took me sometime to think why I wasn’t finding it among the mcawesome strips…
Here is Pirate-Nick !
Hardie Moussaillon ! HarHar
Agatha looks a whole lot like someone who joins the cast of Shortpacked! later on.
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