Comic 319 - The Wedding Part III - The Reception - Page 6

4th Dec 2011, 6:02 PM
The Wedding Part III - The Reception - Page 6
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fingerwitch 4th Dec 2011, 6:02 PM edit delete
This is getting silly.

Apparently, at King's Landing (which is basically like The Village for all you readers outide of the Maritimes) they have something called the "Sugarbush Festival". I have no ida what that means but I heard it advertised on the radio a bunch of times last year, after which I started calling people I like 'sugarbush'. This OFAS educational fact was brought to you by the letter 'V'. There's a lot of good words in 'V'.

Next, a word from our sponsors. "Hi, I'm Andrea from the National Tequila Advisory Commity and I'm here to tell you about hangovers"
fingerwitch 5th Dec 2011, 3:08 AM edit delete
Furthermore, this is a link to the King's Landing Sugarbush Festival which apparently has something to do with sap.


ThornsInOurSide 4th Dec 2011, 8:00 PM edit delete reply
This is by far the most incoherent train wreck of an author comment I've read on Comic Fury. Or maybe I'm just too distracted by Tara's tatas.
fingerwitch 5th Dec 2011, 3:03 AM edit delete reply
Really? That makes me proud.

Honestly, the comment above is an example of how my brain ordinarily works. Almost every other comment I post is carefully edited and reiderated to form a semblance of coherance but I was too lazy to go through the proccess today so what you get is the insane children's program which goes on in my head.

Or maybe I was also too distracted by the juicy melons to make any sense.
Effigy_Power 5th Dec 2011, 12:21 PM edit delete reply
Nothing surprises me about the Maritimes. There's a town called Dildo in Newfoundland and it has a mascot called Captain Dildo.
Also bewbs.

PS: King's Landing is also the capital of Westeros in "Song of Ice and Fire"...

PPS: Also bad words with V.
fingerwitch 5th Dec 2011, 2:59 PM edit delete reply
There's also a song about weird place names in Newfoundland called 'Spend a Night in Dildo'.

Great, if I ever read that book I'll be singing the King's Landing song (it's a radio jingle) all the way through.