"Why You Should Always Check Your Kid's Homework":

From Yew Nork Babe. Thanks to GeekPress for the pointer.

Stick-figure guys must really like shovels.
1.14.2009 10:05pm
LN (mail):
The woman's posture (suggestively not straight) is a bit of a giveaway.
1.15.2009 1:12am
Bill Poser (mail) (www):
What, and give up common carrier status?
1.15.2009 1:12am
einhverfr (mail) (www):
Of course, the drawing looks like a fake. However, it did give me laughs, so thanks :-)
1.15.2009 2:00am
ColumEx (mail) (www):
"Home Depot," eh? Or is that just what they TELL the child?
1.15.2009 2:05am

Maybe it's actually "Ho Depot".
1.15.2009 6:55am
Tony Tutins (mail):
Nice try, but where are the registers? When I go to Home Depot, the customers are carrying the snow shovels while the cashiers work the registers -- not the poles.
1.15.2009 12:39pm


If this is supposed to be Home depot, why is an employee helping customers? (No way it's Menards either.)
1.15.2009 2:39pm

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