Why? The top one because when you hide stuff there someone always finds it, the middle one because it sticks and is such a bitch to get open, and the bottom one because at that point you might as well put shit on the floor! Stupid draws... Nice comic btw, you've made into my fav links CONGRATULATIONS! FANFUCKINGTASTIC! WOO!
I like how it could have just easily been a joke about the octopus limbs, but then you added the final panel, and more lulz were had :D
I have heard Rock, Paper, Scissors before. It seems to be the official term.The one I grew up with was Scissors, Paper, Rock.Never in my life have I heard Paper, Scissors, Rock.
Perhaps I just went to a weird school? ...or hung out with a weird group of people?Perhaps it's an Australian thing but I'd need someone to confirm that.
I always heard "Scissors, Paper, Rock" myself (I'm from Australia). Always heard "Rock, Paper, Scissors" on TV. It's something for people to argue about, the order they go in. I think everyone can agree though, Rock is never the second one.
Perth here, it's always been "Rock, Paper, Scissors" from what I've heard over here and "Scissors, Paper, Rock" on TV and such.
i say 'stone, paper, scissors'
definitely paper scissors rock for me, im from Melbourne, Aus and thought it weird whenever someone said it differently
The things you put stuff in a dresser are called drawers. You can open one draw but in the plural it is drawers. "Draws" is what you did to make this cartoon.
I love you.
Clearly the drawers misunderstood, and they are sad because of this.
That was not the intention of this comic. Your interpretation is crazy random.
Don't talk smack about the drawer of this comic. By the way, it's "Rock, Paper, Scissors, Lizard, Spock, aaawwhh".
In Europe it's "Rock, Scissors, Paper".Yes Mr Octopuns, you've made it to Europe.
I second that, at least that's the way it is said in good old Germany.
I 100% agree with the 2nd Anonymous comment!! And a bit late, but I'm in Sydney, Aus, and do "Scissors, Paper, Rock".
Totally agree with Europe-person. In Norway we say rock, scissor and paper. Only in norwegain though.. And also; I love you Octopun!
In New Zealand we say Paper, Scissors, Rock- it always seemed to have the best rhythm to me...
I love how there hands never actually change an yet one of them is still winning.
They both have rock the entire time?(I'm in south WA and I say scissors, paper, rock)
If you read this in your head in a British, Australian, or American East Coast accent, it makes perfect sense. Stop hatin'.
Paper, scissors, rock (Melbourne).
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In central US...Rock, Paper, Scissors!It's clearly the correct version, too, since that's what TV people say.
human centipede of drawers
I heard of other ones, but i thought that "rock, paper scissors" was the universal term, and the others depended on where you live (though you might live in a place where it's 'rock, paper, scissors)