Just turned this up on the web while skulking around a bit, and it’s just the weirdest goddam thing: someone apparently liked Larp Trek #1 enough to want to share it on the internet, but not enough to do so without taking an image editor to it to geeeeeently nudge it a little bit closer to perfection. Observe!
So: they changed the punchline (using the wrong font), very slightly nudged the alignment of the panels, and rather poorly cropped the http://usereccentric.com/viagra-sale bounding whitespace. But they left the attribution in the title panel; whether out of http://banter-latte.annotations.com/viagra-women a sense of obligation or just as an oversight I will likely never know. I can’t even find where this was originally posted; the guy who shared it on G+ a few weeks ago doesn’t remember where he found it.
Here’s the original strip, for comparison. Again, it’s all about that last panel.
I am super curious about the mindset that leads to this. I rewrite other people’s punchlines now and we choice levitra for sale then, I’m sure everybody who likes comedy in an active crafty sort of way does, but I can’t think of a time that I actually sat down and booted up an editor and rewrote one. Probably a mystery for the ages, but wow, so odd.
I’m going to http://invasoresespaciales.com/best-price-for-viagra assume it was an enthusiastic 12-year-old with MS Paint, thinking “yeah, it’s a good comic, but it needs more cusses”.