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Bob’s Travels

Bob’s Travels

Chris Muratore has attempted to render into cartoon form the bizarre, sometimes inexplicable and always abnormal world of Bob and his travels throughout his twisted and vast universe. There may be some form of rhyme or reason in Bob’s adventures and exploits, but it still eludes the cartoonist. If you do fully understand it, you should commend yourself for your grasp of the strange things in life.

 

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2 Responses to “Bob’s Travels”

  1. herpdederp on March 21st, 2012 5:05 pm

    There were nice pictures but too many big words…

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  2. anthropomorphic student on March 23rd, 2012 12:07 pm

    In reply to the other comment, the only really big word has a clear definition at the bottom of the picture … and if you don’t know any of the other words besides anthropomorphic, well then you’re probably just an average Fairmont student.

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