Brilliant...why do guys just not get it sometimes???? It's all a mystery to me!Char
Hey Char, you can't teach an old dog new tricks I guess. I got a smile out of it though.
Well this guy didn't "get it" that's for sure. Good drawing and commentary. I hope that line about both of you getting the picture makes the book.
Dude, just the body language says "Go away you fat git!" He obviously doesn't speak body language.
LOL... I always love your stories behind your sketches Stephen.
One of life's injustices: Success at picking up young ladies and belt size are always inverse ratios.
You have certainly captured more than figures here! I can almost hear the conversation. Great work!!
Chad, I'll work it in.Hans, I had to take a course in body language as part of becoming a citizen.Sheila, It's great when I get to see a slice of life when I'm drawing, it doesn't always happen.Larry, I'm glad I got married for that reason alone.Michelle, thanks, sometimes I get more than I bargained for.
great one! great story too. i went to that pub for a beer when i was in NY in november, but it was crowded with suits for a work do, and all the tables were reserved so no sitting.
Hey Pete, I remember to you telling me that, it's a good one and next time you are over I'll show you some more.
Hilarious- this is one of my favorites of yours. Great sketch and great story.
Thanks Rob I think I got Lucky on this one which is more than can be said for the cowboy.
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