Friday, January 14, 2011

autobiographical

13 comments:

Beth said...

I think those types might be universal, no matter what your job! I've encountered them all through the years.

Paula said...

Hey Toon You licked the wrong block in the cow pen. Its the salt blocks that taste good. I haven't tried them lately though. lol

mrs. miss alaineus said...

i love this!


xxalainaxx

Kathy, a soaring turtle said...

love it.

Before I forget..... you need to check out this new website: http://www.thecartooniststudio.com/ it is based here in my hometown and the newspaper says it is "more than 25 cartoonist have created pages........photos of work.....interact with fans directly.......site also lets aspiring cartoonist add their work......Amateur Cubicle.......starting in Feb.....site will hold contest....." I think pear dude would be a great character for you to enter!

Lea Ann said...

Are you sure you changed the names?

Anonymous said...

The thief was offended by language...hahaha. -Cin

Vickie said...

This made me remember some of the characters I worked with in my young formative years . . .

Debra said...

oh.my.

dizesess=ya take meds for em

Bucko (a.k.a., Ken) said...

I see where you got some of your characters.

Big Mark 243 said...

I used to work at Denny's before I left for the service my senior year of high school. I would actually worked the graveyard shift washing dishes. There was a 20-something woman who I would hook up with in the empty banquet room when it was dead in the store!!

Ah... memories..! She is married now, and FREINDED ME on Facebook!! (yes, she did have to remind me of details... but that is neither there nor here!!)

FrankandMary said...

Sort of a percocet reality work place. ~Mary

almost 50 but not quite said...

i would love to read a book about these ladies. it's sort of the opposite of "sex and the city" and i LOVE anything that is the opposite of that.

Chris said...

I seriously think you could write an entire "Wonder Years" sitcom or dramadey with a twist.