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Mar 12 2014

Don’t break something laughing

Via Unearthed Comics via the Facebook page Science-facts – such a funny cartoon. So, so, so funny. The cartoonist is Sara Zimmerman. So, so, so, so funny.

Credit Unearthed Comics

Ya. Hilarious.

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  1. 1
    chigau (違う)

    Real space-suits make it impossible to tell the shape of the person inside.
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    What?

  2. 2
    Suido

    I was expecting it to be about relief from back pain, but that would have been too sensible.

  3. 3
    Claire Ramsey

    idiocy. kind of mortifying too, if you ask me. so stupid. . .

  4. 4
    John Morales

    Bathtub is easier.

  5. 5
    Marcus Ranum

    I’d imagine erectile dysfunction would be a solved problem, too!!!! HEY!

  6. 6
    Raging Bee

    Arthur C. Clarke had a couple of humorous asides about sex, and braless women, in zero-gee, WAAAY back in the EARLY ’70s. His delivery kinda sucked, but he was funnier AND more intelligent than this lame grade-school hackery.

    PS: +1 to chigau @1. This IS rocket science — let’s at least leave the stupid jokes to people who know what they’re talking about.

  7. 7
    tuibguy

    So, tell me again why women in science have #ripplesofdoubt

  8. 8
    moarscienceplz

    I remember in 4th grade we were assigned to make something like an entry in a newspaper. (For all you youngsters out there, we old fogies had things like Google News, but they were printed in ink on large sheets of paper.) One of my classmates decided she was going to do the comics page. I think it’s quite possible Sara Zimmerman is publishing those actual 4th grader comics on her site.

  9. 9
    rnilsson

    Zarreal. Nah. NASArreal.
    (That didn’t lift-off either, didit?)
    Fny that.

  10. 10
    estraven

    Who IS this person?

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