Browsing All posts tagged under »funny cartoons«

What it means when a girl punches you in the face

November 30, 2012

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OK, listen up, son. We don’t have a lot of time to deal with this. Your testicles are dangerously close to injecting copious amounts of testosterone into your blood stream and you’ve unfortunately got the girl sense that I had at your age. Which is to say you have none at all. Once that chemical gets […]

Keeping your kids safe on Black Friday

November 23, 2012

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Happy Black Friday! I hope those that do Thanksgiving enjoyed it and had much to be thankful for. Since it’s a holiday weekend for many IBMP readers, I thought I’d keep it simple today and give you a new cartoon in honor of Black Friday–the holiday that manages, in one day, to achieve a level […]

BREAKING: Grim Reaper announces sweeping changes to Hell-bound transport system

November 19, 2012

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As part of the I’ve Become My Parents book project, I’ve been going back and creating cartoons for older posts.  I was working on this cartoon for one of my earliest posts, called Hell in a Handbasket, and started thinking about what might happen if the impact of the global economic crisis were to extend as far […]

In case you missed yesterday’s cartoon

November 15, 2012

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Girls: the only thing keeping boys from thinking they know everything. Happy Thursday! Yesterday, I guest posted over at Sex, Lies and Bacon. Many of you popped over there. For those that may not have, I thought I’d post the cartoon here today. It sums up my grasp of the female psyche when I was a […]

Brand-new cartoon and a fave post from the past featured on Sex, Lies and Bacon!

November 14, 2012

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Today, I’ve Become My Parents is being featured over at Super Single Mom Melysa Shmitt’s digs: Sex, Lies and Bacon! To mark the occasion, I did a brand-new cartoon that, quite frankly, sums up what my teen dating life was like–and so does the post, one of my favorites from the early days of IBMP. […]

Unlocking the mysteries of your child’s brain

November 9, 2012

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Last post, I took on Isaac Newton and his questionable grasp of physics. This time, it’s brain science. Why? It’s my job: I’m a blogger. That, and it makes me look smart. My son is now of the age where he has discovered that Dad isn’t the all-knowing source of endless wisdom he thought I was. […]

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