Just a quick doodle! Hope you all like it.
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I’m back! I’m afraid I can’t promise regular posts this time around (but I’m glad I finally got around to illustrating again). You have no clue how many ideas I’ve had for Louis and Mel since last year! Hope you like this one.
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I made a promise. I broke that promise.
I am sorry I haven’t posted in a while, for two reasons: first of all, I apologize to you guys because I’m no longer sharing my comics with you on a regular basis (even though I said I would). And then secondly I feel sorry for myself because I love drawing comics and showing them to whoever is willing to read them.
The reason I haven’t been drawing/posting is because school has started up again and I’ve found myself swamped with work. I decided academic success was more important to me than keeping up with a hobby.
Anyway, I do promise to continue drawing and I will post comics whenever I have the opportunity. In the meantime, please enjoy this measly drawing I created with Paint.
Thanks for putting up with all this.
by Pat Watson
comes on out Amazon Kindle
September 17th 2013.
End of shameless promotion. Comics will be back up shortly.
”You said you’d come back but it’s been nearly a month!”
”What’s going on?!”
Well, I’ve been busy being lazy during my last month off this summer. Sorry about that. I hope to be posting comics again within a week, however I’ll be back in school by then (which means I’ll have much less free time). I’m hoping my schoolwork won’t impede on my posting schedule, but I promise not to post less than a comic a week.
Cheers and see you all soon!
– Dr. Fuzz
Wondering why there weren’t any new comics on Saturday or Wednesday (or any other day, for that matter)? Well the thing is that I’m in the middle of moving right now which means my scanner is in a box somewhere… which means my comics can’t make it from paper to screen. I’m still drawing though, so as soon as I’m settled into my new place I’ll have those comics coloured and posted in no time! Apologies.
I’m surprised it hasn’t gone stale after all those years! Have any of you ever visited the leaning tower of Pisa? I went when I was quite young so I don’t remember much.
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If you’re not sure what this refers to, click here to see Vanilla Ice’s #1 hit, Ice Ice Baby. Talk about a blast from the past!
Like Like Baby. No, but seriously: I’d like it if you’d like this post. Then comment, share and follow!
That cow can moove! Now excuse me while I go make myself a nice, cold and creamy refreshing drink. What do you guys prefer? Vanilla or chocolate?
Quick, I need you to do me a favour! Like, comment, share and follow!
This joke isn’t just cheesy, it’s fruity.
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Drew this one in history class two years ago. Don’t know why.
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Word play on the novel Animal Farm by George Orwell
Charmed, I’m sure. Hope you are enjoying the Twisted Title series (I know I am).
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Word play on the novel Wuthering Heights by Emily Brontë
Speaking of the weather, hope you are enjoying your summer or your winter (depending on where you are on this planet). Has anyone read Wuthering Heights? Is it somewhat interesting? I have it on my bookshelf but haven’t opened it yet.
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Yikes! Hope the paramedics are nearby.
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Word play on the novel And then there were none by Agatha Christie
Boy do I love puns. Is it bad that I laugh hysterically at my own jokes? Probably is. Forget I mentioned it.
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Have you had your petit déjeuner yet? Remember, it’s the most important repas of the day! In fact, today’s post inspired me to have french toast for breakfast this morning.
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Can you tell I’m a fan of really bad puns yet? Also, I hope the llama looks like one. I only checked what they actually look like after I had drawn the comic so I hope it doesn’t take away from the joke.
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Don’t you hate when you’re in a rush and have no time to fix your hair? Or have you ever had a cowlick that you could simply not get rid of? Tell us your stories in the comments! Hopefully your situation was never as bad as the one above!
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Word play on Murder on the Orient Express by Agatha Christie
Not sure if I’m depicting kleptomania or hoarding here. Oh well, as long as you get the pun!
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Bonne Saint-Jean for those in Quebec!
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Blindfold a child. Give him or her a stick. Instruct the kid to hit as hard as he or she can in the direction of an object that is now invisible to him or her – but only once you’ve spun the poor thing around and around until dizziness has settled in.
Yup, sounds like a great idea to me!
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I got another award. I can’t believe it. By the way, I hope these «people like my blog… they actually like my blog!» posts aren’t getting bothersome for you. This time, I’ve been nominated by mummyflyingsolo for a Super Sweet Blogging Award! I’d like to give her a heartfelt thank you for thinking of Louis and Mel. Also, I recommend you check out her own blog as she regularly makes enjoyable and informative posts about her experience as a single mom.
These awards always come with rules so here they are:
The five super sweet questions:
And the nominations are (in no particular order):
I strongly suggest you check out each and every one of these blogs, I find them all highly entertaining.
Word play on The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins
You may have noticed I started a series called Twisted Titles. In it I’ll illustrate a punny twist on the title of a well known work of art – a book, a movie or a painting for example. Hope you guys enjoy the first three, as there are many more to come. If you’ve missed any, go ahead and check out the Twisted Titles category which you can access from the sidebar.
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This one required quite a bit of work to draw the church on fire. I’m not very good at drawing flames and it took me a good amount of time to figure out how to get that orange-y glow. I hope it looks good to you.
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I am extremely grateful that I have acquired such wonderful followers. Seven Legged Express Journey has nominated me for a (second) Leibster Award. I highly recommend you check out their blog, as their comics make for a delightful read.
I’m having trouble nominating other blogs as there are many out there and I am am not aware of them all. Therefore I’m asking you to make the nominations for me! If there’s an up-and-coming blog you’re enjoying (or if you think your blog deserves recognition), share it with us in the comments.
Thanks again to Seven Legged Express Journey and to all of you. I hope to be entertaining you for a long time to come!
I hope they have insurance…
Ever had a mishap with an appliance before? Leave a comment! Also, don’t hesitate to like and share this post (as well as follow this blog!).
Word play on the novel The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald.
Anyone see the movie? How was it? I’m in the process of reading the book and so far, so good.
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A big thank you to Strawberry Squeeze for nominating Louis and Mel for the Liebster Award.
Apparently there are rules attached to the reception of such an award, the latter being:
Eleven facts about me:
Here are the questions Strawberry Squeeze answered:
1. If you could have any animal as a pet what would it be?
A mild, tamed and harmless platypus.
2. What is your worst cooking disaster?
I set myself on fire while cooking spaghetti. Don’t ask.
3. What is your favourite song?
I don’t have a favourite anything but currently I am enjoying The Things I’ve Done by Grøenland.
4. What is the most exciting thing you’ve ever done?
Experiencing weightlessness. That was AWESOME.
5. Who is your favourite athlete?
I don’t have favourites! Sigh… Let’s call it a three-way tie between Usain Bolt, Novak Djokovic and P. K. Subban.
6. Describe yourself in 5 words:
This is not a question. NEXT!
7. If you had a time machine where would you go?
I would go to wherever Nikola Tesla was at the time and attempt to have a coherent conversation with him. Then I’d find Edison and smack him.
8. What’s your favourite sport to watch?
Any sport that I am attending and viewing live is my favourite sport to watch.
9. If you could go anywhere in the world right now, where would it be and why?
Costa Rica. I’ve always wanted to go.
10. What’s your favourite colour?
Turquoise, more green than blue.
11. What’s your favourite quote?
“Today you are You, that is truer than true. There is no one alive who is Youer than You.”
― Dr. Seuss, Happy Birthday to You!
She sells sea shells by the sea shore, eh? I’m not sure whether to classify this one as a pun strip or a comic strip so I guess it will be both.
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Can’t say that doesn’t look painful… Also, I’m not sure I would use that fork again.
On a side note, this is the most elaborate drawing I’ve done so far for a strip (as well all the most elaborate colour work). Usually I find that any background details take away from the simplicity of the joke but in this case I believe it was necessary to render it fully.
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Have any of you been suffering through allergy season? Personally I’m lucky enough to only have mild sniffles this time of year.
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Ever thought the words you were saying in another language made sense but you were actually saying something completely different? Embarrassing, I know.
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SURPRISE! It’s a Monday post! I’m going to post off schedule occasionally just to give this blog an unexpected side – an element of surprise, shall we say?
Hope you weren’t eating while reading this one. If you were, sorry about that.
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Anyone been watching the Stanley Cup playoffs? Who are you rooting for?
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Let’s hope her name isn’t Ms. Bush!
In case you haven’t noticed yet, I’m sticking to posting on Wednesdays and Saturdays so that’s when you can expect to see new comic strips. Don’t forget to like, comment and share!
I drew this in math class a few years ago. Actually, I come up with most of my first comic strips in class. Just goes to show you how boredom can bring out creativity! Here’s the song this strip refers to.
Don’t forget to like, comment and share — but most importantly, have a nice day!
I hope the weather’s nice wherever you are! Here’s wishing you a wonderful day.
Did this pun make you groan or laugh? Don’t be afraid to like, share, comment and follow.
To all the moms out there, thanks for bringing us into the world. And for y’know, being Mom. Thank you.
Yeah, that’s all I have to say.
I prefer baths.
Tell me, is one comic a week not enough? I’m trying to figure out if I can manage posting twice a week, if not more often. And as always, don’t forget to like, share and comment!
Personally I think I would take little Borghini out for a test drive.
Finally, the start of the weekly installments of Louis and Mel! Sorry to have kept you all waiting for this. Hope you enjoy this week’s strip! And as always, feel free to like, comment and share.
Here’s the first comic strip! I hope you enjoy it, feel free to leave a comment down below. Remember, I’ll only start posting more in May so hold on to your shorts and don’t hesitate to revisit this page daily to laugh at this strip some more. Also, don’t forget to like and share!
Welcome to Louis and Mel!
I’ve set up this blog today out of sheer procrastination. I am a student and still have some final exams to study for so I’m afraid I won’t be posting anything until my summer break begins in May. But fear not, I’m starting you off with a comic strip tomorrow. In the mean time, I guess you’ll have to twiddle your thumbs as you anxiously await the best illustrated funnies you’ll ever see.