November 21, 2012 by Wrong Hands
Posted in Cartoon | Tagged Comic, Funny, Geography, Humor, Maps, Priorities, Procrastination, Productivity, Psychology | 30 Comments
Sitting ovation for ‘Isle get it done’!
I live there! Love doodle district – snack sector the best.
I think I’ll spend all next summer travelling the entire Nation.
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Oh my… my homeland…
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I believe that I would live over on the east side of that country!!! :)
I’m the Mayor of Napland.
There’s somewhere for everyone.
Hahaha…range of excuses?!!
I have a time-share in Range of Excuses.
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hahahahaha! outrageously funny and ingenious! congratulations!
Great one! The Range of Excuses and Isle Get It Done are fantastically clever.
I would like to apply for citizenship.
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