Those loft beds were pretty frightening.
One assumes Willis doesn’t still sleep in an Indiana University dorm room 15 years after the fact.
We’re all trying to save money these days. Cuts down the rent/mortgage/utilities worries.
Pictures of IU’s current loft beds make them look at the very least like they are made out of real wood instead of stuff retrieved from a sunken ship.
Sure, maybe the NEW ones are less frightening, but the old ones are likely MORE so, now that they’re fifteen years older than they were =(
I dunno. Lofts are still like evil clowns to me. [Our bunkbeds didn’t even have guardrails!]
Joyce’s ‘dull surprise’ face amuses me.
Oh my, how ever shall I embrace all of his body parts at once?
With a large zip-lock bag?
My two roommates and I all have our beds lofted. I discovered if I climb from chair to desk to bed it doesn’t wobble quite as much. Then I realize I am climbing from wobbly chair to wobbly desk to wobbly bed, and feel stupid again. I am glad that these are back, I archive binged but now these make relate to the characters so much more.
It’s like a loose tooth, you just have to play with it until it falls.
Good thing every bed in my college’s dorms are singles, huh?
I’m glad I brought my own bed
So why is Joe commenting on this now?
And how many students actually died of lofty beds?
You didn’t here about the great IU loft-bed massacre of 1998? No wonder Willis was traumatized, nothing but legs sticking out from mattresses for miles and miles…
One of my roommates definitely fell trying to get out of bed one morning…
Not at Indiana, somewhere else. I think it’s a universal college dorm thing
ECW! ECW! ECW!
I just realized that the third panel actually reads
“Wump aaaa CRASH, Willis”
Wump aaa crash indeed, Willis. Wump aaa crash, indeed.
It’s not s bad as this, but I remember on a school skiing trip a friend of mine lying on one bed, started kicking the mattress above, until suddenly the mattress and the metal frame below it all fell on him. HE was unconscious for about a minute.
Is no one going to talk about what’s happened to Joyce’s arm in the last panel?
Isn’t it obvious? she mutating into a anthropomorphic duck
Wait, is this his first time up there? Is this still move-in day? I know Dumbing operates on that kind of time scale but it seems like more time has passed than that here. On the other hand, a college newspaper gag strip doesn’t really have to be beholden to proper continuity when there’s a joke to be had at the expense of the dorm rooms.
Well Danny’s dead. Does that mean we start It’s Walky tomorrow?
So in Shortpacked! we have Malaya getting as round as an orange, and here we have Danny going flat as a pancake.
Someone’s face in Dumbing of Age is about to go beet-red. Calling it now.
That looks a little dead.
November 10, 1997
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I'm so excited for a webcomic that's not about being drunk and depressed!
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