Irregular Webcomic!

Archive     Blog     Cast     Forum     RSS     Books!     Poll Results     About     Search     Fan Art     Podcast     More Stuff     Random     Support on Patreon
New comics Mon-Fri; reruns Sat-Sun
<   No. 3435   2015-11-01   >

Comic #3435

1 Terry: This bee thing. Frankly, Jane, I think it might be a bit tricky for Steve.
2 Jane Goodall: And that's different to all the other incredibly difficult brain-bending things he does... how, exactly?
3 Terry: Well... I know Cthulhu can be-
4 Jane Goodall: Getting up in the morning, eating breakfast, tying his shoelaces...
4 Terry: Hey!

First (1) | Previous (3434) | Next (3436) || Latest Rerun (2598) | Latest New (5215)
First 5 | Previous 5 | Next 5 | Latest 5
Steve and Terry theme: First | Previous | Next | Latest || First 5 | Previous 5 | Next 5 | Latest 5
This strip's permanent URL:
Annotations off: turn on
Annotations on: turn off

Tying shoelaces isn't as simple a thing as it sounds, when you get right down to it. In fact just recently a friend showed me a new way to tie shoelaces, which he has adopted because he finds it faster and more efficient.

You can see how to do it here, at this amazing shoelace website. Yes, there is such a thing, and it's a lot more interesting than it sounds.

LEGO® is a registered trademark of the LEGO Group of companies, which does not sponsor, authorise, or endorse this site.
This material is presented in accordance with the LEGO® Fair Play Guidelines.

My comics: Irregular Webcomic! | Darths & Droids | Eavesdropper | Planet of Hats | The Dinosaur Whiteboard | mezzacotta
My blogs: (daily updates) | 100 Proofs that the Earth is a Globe (science!) | Carpe DMM (long form posts) | Snot Block & Roll (food reviews)
More comics I host: The Prisoner of Monty Hall | Lightning Made of Owls | Square Root of Minus Garfield | iToons | Comments on a Postcard | Awkward Fumbles
© 2002-2024 Creative Commons License
This work is copyright and is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 4.0 International Licence by David Morgan-Mar.