Tuesday, June 25, 2019

Blessing Deep Undercover


Another take on the blessing-in-disguise outfit, but this time going further. Some bad situations (like getting robbed) could be seen in hindsight as a blessing when considering the bigger picture, maybe?

Text:
R: I'm a blessing in disguise.
I: You look like a robber.
R: I'm deep undercover.

Sunday, June 23, 2019

Duck-Fil-A


My brother had this idea so I drew it out. It would be all duck on the menu, with the deer as spokes-animals advertising to Eat More Duck. I'm not sure how the price of duck compares to the price of chicken in the deep woods, but maybe they're close?

Text:
Deer holding sign: EAT MOR DUK
Subtext: Duck-Fil-A, coming to a backwoods near you!

Thursday, June 20, 2019

Physical


I took all math for my math/science electives in college, so I don't know much about physics, but I don't think that's how it works. But we are physical, so maybe...
My college changed the Software Engineering requirements after I graduated and made the electives just science so I guess I was using a loophole to avoid all science classes in college (I didn't take a single one). Science is great and all but I don't overly enjoy it (I did enjoy parts of it, and I had a great teacher in high school who made it interesting).

Text:
A: Physics uses lots of math, and we use lots of math, therefore we are partially physical.
B: *Ow* (holding head)

Tuesday, June 18, 2019

Foolish Man's Housing Choice


This is inspired by the end of my pastor's sermon on Luke 6:20-49. For those who don't know the song, the wise man built his house upon the rock and it survived the storm. But the foolish man built his house upon the sand and the house on the sand went SPLAT. The benefits of the beach-front property should be outweighed by the fact that it won't survive the oncoming storm. I liked drawing the stone foundation as an actual massive boulder because that's how I always saw it in my head as a kid and actually still currently.

Text:
**Looking at the house on the rock**
A: Nah, I like the beach-front property better.

Sunday, June 16, 2019

Geometric Working an Angle


This was derived (haha) from the last comic which was extrapolated from a sermon titled "Plain Speech" which was not about math at all but I made the connection on my own. I don't know if I've used my protractor since graduation but there's a slim chance I have, in some sort of craft. But I cannot recall which one that would be. It's always good to have some math tools around in case.... I'm not sure what but surely there'd be a reason. Maybe I just can't part with them.

Also, Happy Father's Day to the best Dad and Dad-in-Law! I'm grateful for all that you've done for me and my man, and also specifically thankful for the love of math I got from my Dad.

Text:
Ruler: You're always working an angle!
Protractor: ...yes.

Thursday, June 13, 2019

Geometric Straight Talk


Our pastor preached on the second half of Luke 6 and titled his sermon "Plain Speech" and that inspired this comic. You should listen to his sermon series on Luke - it is good.
I've used my compass a few times since finishing school because it's helpful with Pinterest crafts that require circles. I remember learning all the ways to use it in high school and I don't recall if I ever needed it in college, even with my math minor, but I'm glad I kept it so I could make an awesome unicorn birthday card for my niece.

Text:
Pencil: Give it to me straight!
Compass: I can't.

Tuesday, June 11, 2019

Assumptions


I haven't bothered to look up any sayings about assumptions, but I'm sure there are plenty from which to choose. I prefer to just quote this comic. Feel free to do the same. Maybe it'll become a phrase someday that people say and when they look up where it came to be, they'll find this comic. I'd appreciate that.

Text:
A: You know what they say about assumptions.
B: No, what?
A: I don't know, but surely there is a saying.

Sunday, June 9, 2019

Day of Rest


This is extrapolated from a sermon in Luke 6 - it's an extrapolation that I made on my own and is not (as far as I know) supported by anyone at my church (we have a Keurig there with plenty of coffee options). I purposefully made the coffee thermos that big because that's how I feel about coffee addicts (it is about the height of her torso). To be fair, I do drink a black tea in the morning and I enjoy the little boost of caffeine. But I drink it black because I actually enjoy the taste of my beverage (Earl Grey, sometimes double bergamot).

Text:
A: Sunday is the day of rest.
L: Yes.
A: Therefore, no caffeine.
L: No.

Thursday, June 6, 2019

Mohair


So this is also from the same sermon as the last but is based on a comment unrelated to the passage, and I actually don't remember why it came up but my pastor didn't know what mohair was and I looked it up because I knew it was a type of yarn but I was thinking it was camel hair. It's actually from goats and is highly prized. Maybe someday I'll crochet with it.

Text:
L: Mohair, mo' problems, am I right?
S: I DON'T KNOW?

Tuesday, June 4, 2019

Taxer of Patience


This is also from the same sermon as the last comic but more extrapolated, as this is a blend of what Jesus had said to the fishers he recruited rather than to the tax collector of His group. Here is the passage as well. To be clear, this is historical fiction, emphasis on the fiction as I'm fairly certain this didn't happen. We don't have a play-by-play however, so the possibility exists that it could have happened.

Text:
J: I will make you fishers of men.
M: Can I be a taxer of men?
J: No.
M: Can I be a taxer of patience?
J: Apparently yes.

Sunday, June 2, 2019

Refuse the Answer



Here's the sermon from which this was inspired.
Our pastor is doing a sermon series in Luke and has been preaching his way through and I recommend listening to any of his sermons in the series (or any of his sermons in general but I was staying on topic). My thoughts come out in comics a lot, even (especially) when listening to sermons.
In the passage noted, Jesus had healed a man by saying his sins were forgiven, and the religious leaders had this response, and Jesus did not have the response in this comic but it's more of a paraphrase.

Also, totally unrelated to the comic but it is related to the day, IT'S FRIDGE DAY! The day we remember when my mom got a new fridge and panicked.

Text:
P: Who can forgive sins, but God alone?!
J: You put 2 and 2 together but refuse 4 as the answer.

Thursday, May 30, 2019

Moving the Door


There was a lot of text for this one, so I opted to type using my custom font which I like.
So the restroom configuration could be improved at my church, but it would require moving the door which is not the end of the world but would be a decent construction project. And I was thinking how it could go wrong and came up with this comic. I don't believe the project has gotten past the 'should we do this' phase, so it's nowhere close to happening. The restroom works as is, so there's no rush, and if there's no rush, it's not gonna happen. At least that's how it seems to work normally.

Test:
A: Why are the ladies mad at us? We are moving the restroom door, just like they requested.
B: I have no idea - we patched over the old doorway last week and we plan to install the new doorway in the coming weeks.

<Explanation - if you patch over the door and haven't cut in the new doorway, the room is inaccessible>

Tuesday, May 28, 2019

Debugging


This is based on a shirt my husband got for his brother, which described debugging as being the detective in a mystery where you are also the murderer. It's surprisingly true. You push a nice change, QA says there's an issue, you look at what you just did a day or two ago and somehow nothing looks familiar. How is this data getting through here? It makes no sense anymore.

Text:
Title: Debugging
S: I know I did it but HOW?

Sunday, May 26, 2019

Harmor


Not sure how practical this would be, but I'm sure it would be unexpected. Kinda like in Black Panther how his suit stores up the energy of a hit then reflects it back (or something like that). I'm trying to think of how harmor (harm armor) would work, maybe the darts are somehow woven into the chain mail? Then ejected when needed? I think sci-fi should have this on their list of medieval options. Maybe I thought this up at the Renaissance Fair. Wow, I spelled Renaissance correctly on my first try! That was unexpected.

Text:
A: This chain mail shoots darts!
B: It's harmor!

Thursday, May 23, 2019

In A Nutshell


I thought this up while eating pistachios and seeing the bowl full of shells before dumping them in the compost bin and trying to think of a use for them. I'm sure there are plenty of crafty people who could paint and assemble shells in amazing ways and I could be one of those people but there are only so many hobbies one can keep. I like drawing comics and crocheting and violin and a few other things. I should get back to crocheting - I started on my Christmas gifts in January and did the classic - made a ton of progress for like two months then haven't picked it up since. Oh well.

Text:
A: Why are you keeping these pistachio shells?
B: In case I need to explain a tiny concept!
(Title: In A Nutshell)