Sunday, June 22, 2008

Dysfunctional Family



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9 comments:

alex said...

I'm sure he did something that deserved a black eye.

wubbahed said...

While the smirking bully in the bottom left seems satisfied with his philosophy of communication-through-violence, little did he know that it would lead him later in life to existential despair and decades of self-doubt and poor hairstyle choices.

Luckily, he's had an epiphany over the last few years and likes to showcase his lighter side at www.gamookie.com.

Feel free to share with everyone.

NoRegrets said...

why would I want to click the image to make it larger?

M. Robert Turnage said...

Alex - Yes.

Wubbahed - *sigh*

NoR - Just in case you wanted to see it larger than life.

Gyuss Baaltar said...

Little brothers just never listen...

M. Robert Turnage said...

Gyuss - I have always suspected that black eye - which, by the way, was no real fault of mine and was practically self-inflicted - caused some permanent brain damage.

NoRegrets said...

Um, doesn't self inflicted mean it is a fault of yours?

I have a great photo of me from 3rd grade in front of the christmas tree with a huge black eye. I still remember how I got it - running in the classroom and falling so my face hit the corner of the desk. ouch.

Jonah K. Haslap said...

I actually did click on the picture to make it larger. To my surprise, the larger version reveals that the small child is holding a tiny sign that says, "Help me, please!"

I'd feel pity for that child, except clearly his parents were very fashion conscious -- love the faux cowboy belt! -- which makes any possible child abuse mostly irrelevant.

Tera said...

Hell naw! This reminds me of when D (the little one) busted W (the older one) in the head with the Nerf Blaster and we had to go for stitches! They looked at me as if I were a criminal and I thought for sure CPS would be at the door as we left.

P.S. NoR you really crack me up!