Passive Depressive #91

August 21, 2007


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14 Responses to “Passive Depressive #91”

  1. engtech Says:

    Alright, alright.

    I’ll move out of my mom’s basement.

  2. Rodney Says:

    He should have gone to the library.

  3. Jive Says:

    You guys always bring me the very best pathetic.

  4. Jive Says:

    what kind of f’ed-up mom brings milk and cookies into the bathroom? The kind of f’ed-up mom that has a moral degenerate stick figure kid I suppose… but couldn’t he just surf porn on the laptop or use the 102$ he spent on the camera and blinds to buy porn? Does he have some kind of watching-porn-while-you-watch-it-but-don’t-know-I’m-there fetish?

    and yes I do have work to do instead of analyzing your comic like a trekie fan boy.

  5. Bigeyedeer Says:

    I think Jive is onto something… Could our hero in fact be watching the neighbour’s son?? Uh oh… someone call the FBI. :)

  6. monkey Says:

    lol …

    and as far as the fetish thoughts go … i say the threat of being intruded upon while masturbating transcends the rational.

  7. baredfeetandteeth Says:

    Screw the FBI, someone call Dateline.

    I love, love LOVE the last panel…something about stick erection just does it for me. And the look on his face…talk about priceless.

  8. Zhar Says:

    I wish my mom brought me cookies when I’m in the washroom…

  9. engtech Says:

    Food in the bathroom is gross, unless you’re in the tub.

    Bathtub sandwiches are the high of decadence.

  10. thekenji Says:


    The key to Larsen’s expression in this one was to express the notion of how quickly a 35 year-old arrogant jerk can be reduced to an embarassed little mommy’s boy within a split second.

    It’s that wide-eyed “MOM don’t come into the room (even though it’s your house) because I’m discovering things about myself (that you already know but it’s too awkward to talk about)”

  11. baredfeetandteeth Says:


    Just lovely. So many layers, so much truth. This is the art the twenty-first century has been waiting for.

  12. seekr Says:

    Nice..raises an interesting philosophical question about the real cost of pathetic.

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