Friday, August 27, 2010

Zombie Java

This cartoon is a result of a conversation that was started on the Google Coffee Shop forum "Mutant Monstrosities!" about the blog Ten Years Gone.






































(I apologize for the blatant use of profanity in this cartoon, but if I were in a zombie apocalypse, I wouldn't exactly be very polite under the life-and-death circumstances of having no coffee.)
Barb the French Bean

14 comments:

  1. Fantastic! You are so funny. I love your drawings.

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  2. At least the coffee didn't make them run fast as well. We're saved!

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  3. Great job. I want some of that coffee please.

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  4. Hence why I don't drink coffee. Black tea all the way!

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  5. Thanks, everyone! ^.^

    Stu: Except there probably isn't much Zombie Java left. Hm.

    Legacy: Since you asked nicely, you'll get the last cup. *pours cup of Zombie Java*

    Random Rambler: I drink tea as well, but if I don't have my cup of java in the mornings...ouch.

    -French Bean

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  6. French, you make me laugh! I'm glad we could have that conversation!

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  7. so hmmm yea now my latest victim is comparing me to a mutant zombie bitch first thing in morning pre coffee (cept he excludes the term bitch, possibly in an effort of survival) could explain why i awoke to him bringing me a coffee b4 my eyes opened this morning huh

    cute cartoon got so much of a kick out of it i had to tweet it

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  8. Excellent cartoon. But are you sure that's not methamphetamine she drank? ;)

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  9. Muller: I am, too! ^.^

    Widow: At least you have a victim to bring you some coffee in the mornings. And thanks for tweeting it! :-D

    Melody: Nope. It was 100% Arabic Bean Zombie Java!

    -French Bean

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  10. lol, that was a funny story! :D

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  11. That was classic! Loved it =)
    I am a Java Zombie in the mornings all the time. hehe

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