Comic for March 13, 2009: Whooming It Up
In truth, the “VOOP” is more of a “VOP”. It’s the sound of two wet fish smacking together.
Yes, every machine needs to have its own, unique sound. Dig out the Theremin, dudes, and play with it!
There is one flaw in Roy’s thinking, though. He’s already experienced the heap of Stanleys in the past, so there’s no reason to think that sending them back will cause him to experience more in the future.
It is a little unclear exactly what Roy thinks he’s going to achieve by all of this. But to him, it’s very simple: Milo is responsible for the Stanleys, so he needs to stop Milo from shoving them through. It might be more the principle of the thing than anything else. He may also think that he can alter the past by preventing the Stanleys from being sent through time.
I could say something about a certain episode of The Simpsons, but I won’t.
I’ve asked John, whose Simpsons knowledge far outstrips my own, but I’m afraid neither of us knows which episode you’re referring to. Is it a newer one, perhaps?
What did you say?
I didn’t say anything, I was just about to ask what the silver…
Oh, I thought you said ‘whop.’
“the sound of two wet fish smacking together” is a “VOP”?
…did you try? (scientific experimentation method?)
Have to go to the fish market, I’m too curious about that!
How about the sound of a man being slapped by fish?
@Lupo: I have to admit, I haven’t tried it. In fact, I hesitated to write that comment, as I don’t really know what two wet fish smacking together actually sounds like. But then I decided to be bold and I wrote the comment down anyway. I’m crazy like that.
If you do try it, you should definitely make a recording and share it with the world! Dispersal of such knowledge is clearly necessary for the betterment of humanity. And let’s face it: humanity could always use a little bettering.
What about thlabber?
Well now that’s just silly.
I think it would be something like Slllllap… But people could confuse with the sound of a whip…
Fishes are quite fascinating and tasty mysteries…
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