Evil Squirrel’s Nest Comic #219 — 7/7/16


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Bored former 30-something who has nothing better to do with his life than draw cartoon squirrels.
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30 Responses to Evil Squirrel’s Nest Comic #219 — 7/7/16

  1. It’s so very hard to let go … so very hard. I think my granddaughter would have the same problem.

    • Brings a whole new meaning to the term sticky fingers. I often wonder what kinds of carpal tunnel/nerve problems the younger generation will eventually have due to their almost nonstop phone use these days….

  2. 1jaded1 says:

    Love the signs. I recently had a separation with my phone. It wasn’t awful except that it’s the only technolgy i have. No computer or anything else. It was actually liberating at times.

    • Since I am almost constantly online when I’m at home, I want the times I have to get out of the house to be connection free for that same liberation. If I had one of those smartassphones, there’d be no escape…

      • 1jaded1 says:

        I leave my phone at home sometimes. It really doesn’t make sense to takee it everywhere. I generally take it with bc it is the link to relatives in case of contact. Thats tbe only reason I take it. I don’t have it out while driving and I don’t text myself into fountains. Do you still have your cell phone? Do you take it with?

      • When I remember, I’ll carry it along in my pocket when I head out… though one place I never bring it with me is to work. I don’t like leaving anything of value in my car (even a 10 year old flip phone), and don’t need it taking up space in my pocket reserved for my box cutter and marker.

  3. hahaha… that can happen to me too :o) oh and good luck for the possum on a mission :o)

  4. draliman says:

    I’m rooting for the possum…

  5. gentlestitches says:

    How could anyone resist patting the Unicorn? Haw Haw Undecided! Everything is so complicated these days. Visiting the Dunny was once peaceful and straightforward. 😦
    Get off my lawn you young gender-neutral, whatchamacallits and take your smarty pant phones with you!

    • This comic came to me while I was waiting to get in to the baseball game Wednesday night… and the bomb sniffing dog always comes along with that “DO NOT PET” sign on him. But he’s sooooo cute!

      • gentlestitches says:

        I would have to call someone to come bail me out because I couldn’t resist skritching Sergeant Sniff! 😄

      • That would lead to some interesting prison conversations….

        “So, what are you in for?”

        “Petting police dogs. And you?”

  6. Kat says:

    Airport security is a pain in the goat ass. I got frisked heading to NC because the scanner picked up some sort of weirdness in my crotch area.

  7. Merbear74 says:

    Ya know, I get really tired of having phantom phone syndrome…did it just ding? Was that my phone? Did someone like my post?
    No, I am fucking imagining it. #Iamamemberofgenerationxdamnit

  8. Trisha says:

    Someone is probably already working on a drug to treat phone separation anxiety! Yesterday I would have loved to hand mine over. More than one phone call or two texts and I want to flush the damn thing down the toilet.

    I wanted to follow Buster’s journey after he bolted past the security gates. He looks very determined!

    • It probably ends in his untimely death… though if he can take Justin Beaver out as well, he’ll at least be a martyr!

      The drug wouldn’t surprise me since the word “Nomophobia” (The fear of being without your cellphone) was already coined at least four years ago when I did a post on it!

      • Trisha says:

        Nomophobia, eh? I’ll have to look that post up! I wonder if there’s a name for getting really bitchy if your phone keeps interrupting you? (All 2 times today) I guess it’s probably just called middle age. 😀

  9. I have my bus ticket on my phone, so I have to take it out with me. But otherwise, it’s pretty much in the pocket and being ignored. Unless my sister is messaging me in which case I’m kind of glued to it, but only for about 10 minutes!!

    Good luck to Buster. 😀

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