Spread The F Word

F Minus is the daily comic strip by Tony Carrillo
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Nov 20, 2008

What's not to get?

F Minus has once again appeared on Comics I Don't Understand. Sometimes I'm confused by the confusion.
They really deconstruct this one.

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Nov 14, 2008

Easter eggs

I thought I'd share this with you all. Occasionally I will drop little things into my comic for my own amusement. This comic has a few. The first time this tattoo artist was featured, he had longer sleeves and you couldn't see his tattoo. Someone mentioned to me that you will never see a tattoo artist without tattoos. On one hand, it's a good point. On the other hand, mind your own business.
Anyhow, this time I cut off his sleeves to show that he does have a tattoo. I have actually designed a few custom tattoos for friends over the years. The tattoo featured is one I designed for a friend that never got used (His fiancee put the kibosh on it). It's the six-winged angel described in Isaiah 6:2. Also:
-On the wall under the new advertisement you can see the remains of the last special offer: Tea Time Clown.
-The Chinese characters on the wall are all real words.
-The customer is wearing an Arizona State University T-shirt, my Alma Mater.
-One of the tattoo options is the F Minus circle logo. I'm still waiting for the day someone actually gets this tattoo.

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Nov 12, 2008

Hate Mail Classic

Monday's comic reminded me of a letter I got the day it was published back in January of 2007. I'll share that letter with you now, exactly as I received it. Prepare to be astonished:

"i am a reader of daily comics on line and came across a comic about god talking with a family reunion that had just died because the mans grill polluted the air, that you wrote. well i wish you guys would use your talent and your job to be a positive meaning to our world and speak about things that you know are the truth, but instead you guys (believers of global warming) know hardly anything about global warming and with knowing only a little bit of what truly is global warming you would like this whole world to pay trillions of dollars to pay for something that this world knows little about. global warming as hap pend before and it has happened before and has been proven but everyone for some reason wants to avoid the truth and would like to be a bitch to this world. hundreds of years ago the vikings lived on an island Greenland. it was describes as a green and lush place, hence the world green land. also have you flown in a plane and seen how much land is not used by humans and then flown over a city and see how much a little city can have no affect it has on the area or world around it. i would like for you to write back to see how much you actually know."

Normally I enjoy analyzing a letter like this for you, but with this one... I think this one is funny enough on it's own. Besides, I have to get back to work, being a bitch to this world.

Don't forget to pre-order the new F Minus book, available this spring!

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Nov 10, 2008

The New Book

If you recognize some of the comics in papers right now, don't worry, you haven't traveled back in time. We are celebrating by showing some favorites from last year, all of which can be found in the new F Minus book, entitled F Minus: This Can't Be Legal--
The new book will arrive in the spring, just in time for Christmas gift returns. So when you open that book of Ukrainian poetry from your grandma this year, let your reaction be fueled by the thought, "This will soon be the new F Minus book..."
Don't forget, the new comics.com allows you to rate, email, comment, and embed F Minus comics!

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Nov 4, 2008


I did! And I got this sticker for my troubles. Not to mention the pride of doing my civic duty. Also, a grouchy old man told me to "Turn off that phone!" even though I don't think it was an actual rule. Ah, old people.

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Nov 3, 2008

Happy Halloween!

From the First Thanksgiving:

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