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With no statistics or evidence to back this claim up, I believe it’s fair to say that at any given second during the day at least one dummy is posting a Tweet, YouTube comment, Reddit thread or whichever platform you can think of where people share things that are completely unnecessary. It can range from kinda mean to down right offensive, but either way… how ‘bout no?

In November of last year I started posting silly tweets about things these people could be doing with their time rather than posting awful shit no one wants on the internet. See below for a recent example.

It’s been a bit, but it’s time to bring back everyone’s favourite Twitter segment: Things you could be doing instead of being a wad online.
• Train to do a 5K Fun Run
• Start a home garden
• Juggling Lessons
• Vacuum
— James Turner (@James_LRR)
July 29, 2018

They were fun to write and people seemed to really enjoy them, so much so that I kept writing them. My most recent entry into the series saw a reply that as far as I know I hadn’t seen yet and it got me thinking.

They’d make delightful little comics!
— [REDACTED] Otterlifter Fahs (@Inkfacefahz)
August 11, 2018

You know what? THEY WOULD MAKE DELIGHTFUL LITTLE COMICS! And to be clear with how excited I was about this idea I went back and checked some time stamps. That tweet came in at 2:26PM on Saturday August 11th, my iMessage history with TQ shows me sending her the message I’ll post below at 2:52PM the same day.
Which brings me to TQ. It should be pretty clear I knew exactly who I wanted to work with on this project based on the above time stamps and text history. TQ is an incredible artist and streamer who is putting a whole lot of positivity into this world. She’s kind, welcoming, and a damn good doggo mom :D

I started these tweets as a goof. They proved to be popular, but also let me vent off some frustration with my weird sense of humor. The plan right now is a new comic every Monday Wednesday. I know this comic isn’t going to change the minds of the countless number of jerks out there leaving these shitty comments, but it should, at the very least bring a smile to those of us who have to read them.

Thanks
James & TQ

(TQ realized she can screw with this page, what's up nerds? Luv ya!)
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More to come as we grow!

How 'Bout ABSOLUTELY YES
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THANK YOU CARDS!
As a thank you for your super duper support, if you choose to support us and stay at this tier you'll get a cute as heck thank you card each year!


The thank you cards are shipped to you via post, designed after a panel of the comic, and signed by James and TQ!

You also get all previous rewards!

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TQ draws a dumb thing for Patrons and posts it high resolution for your enjoyment. James draws a dumb thing that you can choose to ignore.
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With no statistics or evidence to back this claim up, I believe it’s fair to say that at any given second during the day at least one dummy is posting a Tweet, YouTube comment, Reddit thread or whichever platform you can think of where people share things that are completely unnecessary. It can range from kinda mean to down right offensive, but either way… how ‘bout no?

In November of last year I started posting silly tweets about things these people could be doing with their time rather than posting awful shit no one wants on the internet. See below for a recent example.

It’s been a bit, but it’s time to bring back everyone’s favourite Twitter segment: Things you could be doing instead of being a wad online.
• Train to do a 5K Fun Run
• Start a home garden
• Juggling Lessons
• Vacuum
— James Turner (@James_LRR)
July 29, 2018

They were fun to write and people seemed to really enjoy them, so much so that I kept writing them. My most recent entry into the series saw a reply that as far as I know I hadn’t seen yet and it got me thinking.

They’d make delightful little comics!
— [REDACTED] Otterlifter Fahs (@Inkfacefahz)
August 11, 2018

You know what? THEY WOULD MAKE DELIGHTFUL LITTLE COMICS! And to be clear with how excited I was about this idea I went back and checked some time stamps. That tweet came in at 2:26PM on Saturday August 11th, my iMessage history with TQ shows me sending her the message I’ll post below at 2:52PM the same day.
Which brings me to TQ. It should be pretty clear I knew exactly who I wanted to work with on this project based on the above time stamps and text history. TQ is an incredible artist and streamer who is putting a whole lot of positivity into this world. She’s kind, welcoming, and a damn good doggo mom :D

I started these tweets as a goof. They proved to be popular, but also let me vent off some frustration with my weird sense of humor. The plan right now is a new comic every Monday Wednesday. I know this comic isn’t going to change the minds of the countless number of jerks out there leaving these shitty comments, but it should, at the very least bring a smile to those of us who have to read them.

Thanks
James & TQ

(TQ realized she can screw with this page, what's up nerds? Luv ya!)

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Tiers
How 'Bout YES
$1 or more per month
Get early access to our webcomic, How 'Bout No and access to future voting polls for content!


More to come as we grow!

How 'Bout ABSOLUTELY YES
$5 or more per month
THANK YOU CARDS!
As a thank you for your super duper support, if you choose to support us and stay at this tier you'll get a cute as heck thank you card each year!


The thank you cards are shipped to you via post, designed after a panel of the comic, and signed by James and TQ!

You also get all previous rewards!