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Discussion in 'Community Discussion' started by ReanimationLP, May 7, 2006.
Opened up the Garfield email I get daily, and saw this.
It was great.
Garfield's nowhere near as funny now as it was back in the 80s, but that one made me laugh
Hehe, that is good. Too right Nermal, hes not as witty as he used to be, but at least its good to see hes staying on the cutting edge of technology.
I know the feeling... I think this was the first time I giggled from a Garfield (Pusur in Norwegian, a name I always though was better than the original) in more or less 20 years (man, I feel old).
This joke did seem rather familiar, though... didn't Garfield listen to bacon frying with a walkman in the mid-80s...? Or is my memory just acting up on me again...?
Now you've got me wanting to go to the bookstore to find that...because that does seem familiar.
If that is true...Jim Davis is finished. Ever heard of plagiarism, Jimmy-boy? (And, yes, you can plagiarize yourself).
The was in the Mail on Sunday.
Newspaper comics have never made me laugh now the Beano... oh childhood. and Dilbert And some new 'office' one in either the Guardian or Live -always forget. very very silly.
Jim Davis was finished, creatively, round and about 20 years ago... after that it's only been about the money... and I can totally understand that, as long as I don't have to read Garfield any more...
'Tis is true. I just want the whole commercial thing to come crashing around him too. What a sell-out.
Let me guess....tomorrow Garfield will kill a spider or sleep-in or eat.
This is fairly interesting, however: http://www.truthandbeautybombs.com/bb/viewtopic.php?t=4997
And, Wikipedia has an interesting tidbit:
This is hilarious:
haha, that was a good one... I agree, garfield used to be funnier when the comic strip was newer...
Stupid Garfield...bacon frying....priceless
Nermal, is that you as a kid...? How cute you were...
Mitthrawnuruodo, that was great! Nermal was in Garfield back then!
As others have mentioned the old Garfield was much better.
As long as it isn't Marmaduke
Kind of like the final episode of Roseanne where you find out that the final 5-6 seasons were just a book Roseanne wrote after Dan died of a heart attack.
Yeah that was depressing....
I prefer this
We also had gems like this one:
Geez, I don't even like Garfield and that's depressing to think about. It's a part of my childhood and it's sort of comforting to think that it's always the same, even if that makes it unfunny. It's kind of freaky to think that all this happy-happy-joy-joy stuff for the past couple of decades are really the hopeless delusions of a dead or dying house cat. Bleah.
Today, Garfield seems a bit lame most of the time.
Until now, I never checked out the Garfield.com website.
I have been carrying a copy of the following cartoon around with me for a long time. Decided to try to find it on the web site. There it was under 1984. Still find it funny.
More iPod Comic Animals
Bob the Squirrel listens to iPods, too
Getting away from moderators:
(This day in 1983)
I prefer Calvin and Hobbes. It was never a newspaper comic, but was just published in Watterson's collection books. It was all about the creativity. A full page, full colour comic every Sunday! I love Watterson's weird panel designs.