I was so sure that I used this title before. Surprised I hadn’t. I’m positive that I’ll draw strips later on for which this title will apply and I’ll be annoyed that I used it here.
Lech-bug is beautiful. Make him a regular!
I agree. The tongue totally makes it.
i never get called out for it when i am, but i always get accused of it when i’m not thinking about or looking at boobs, and they that gets me started…
When you do get accused of it, look at the woman who accused you with an annoyed expression and say, “Well NOW I am!”
That’s the subtlest tell for thinking about boobs that I’ve ever seen. Good for you, they’ll never know.
Ok, now I’m going to be stuck like this again, exactly like last time you joked about boobs… Damn.
Oh, wait! I was supposed to do some meaningful comment here.
I could’ve sworn that you’d said something really insightful in your first comment.
If that’s the case, what was it you actually-
Oh ho ho. I see.
Dogs get distracted by small animals, squirrels, rabbits, other dogs, etc. Mostly based on smell and motion.
Men, however… The most civilized of us are able to not gape openly at the sight.
You always do the strangest things when you think your weird ideas.
Is the creation of a grilled cheese sandwich really a place to find inspiration?
Only one way to find out; TO THE KITCHEN!!
I love how the lady bugs are depicted with completely flat chests. What in the world is Bug thinking about? Do roaches have some different kind of “Fun bag”? Do I really want to know?
No. No, I don’t.
There were some lady bugs with non-flat chests and other curvy features a while back.
I noticed the flat chests… but it was the missing arms that distracted me.
In my logic, when a bug has their arms at their side, they disappear in the black shell that kinda wraps around them.
It’s probably time for me to stop drawing them that way.
No! Keep it that way. I like how you draw the arms only when necessary and relevant for the action, as if they were an accessory. It’s part of Bug’s visual identity.
I actually considered that… and it works. I wouldn’t even have noticed if you didn’t put so many little clever details in your comic.
Aren’t they supposed to be roaches? Beetles have hard shells, but roaches only have two pairs of leathery wings, unless they’re one of the species that’ve lost wing entirely.
I think Bug has discovered a new dance move in that last panel: The Boob Machine.
I, like scorinth above, was also considering the irony that “lady bugs” (not to be confused with ladybugs) are completely flat-chested. So…what’s he “honking” while doing his pelvic thrusts with his tongue out?
I totally do the wholesome posturing thing and no one suspects a thing (insert evil laughter here)! Hint: Sunglasses!
Every time you do repeats of the same panel, I play a game of Spot the tiny differences.
For me, it’s always, “Can women tell when I’m not thinking about boobs?”
What do I have to do to get a copy of lech bug as my avatar?
Who the heck came up with the term “funbags”? Because “pondering our funbags” is just hilarious and wouldn’t be without it.
His boob senses were tingling. Funny strip; keep up the good work!
“Can women tell when I’m thinking about boobs?” The fact that you’re breathing is a good clue.
You used up boob and not even for Halloween??? Oh, and your tell is that you always draw Bug with his left antennae lower than his right one whenever you are thinking about sexytimes while drawing him, no matter what direction he is facing
For the archives, here’s John Paragon singing about those objects of adoration –
My tell that I’m thinking about boobs is that it looks like I’m thinking.
In my case they can tell because I’m not dead.
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