A Dad Story

My dad has hundreds of stories, each of them funnier than the last. I’m sure I haven’t even heard half of them yet. In honor of Father’s Day this week, here’s one of our favorite childhood tales of Dad’s… the time he went skinny-dipping in the town’s water supply. Hope you enjoy it! Happy Father’s Day, Dad!

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136 thoughts on “A Dad Story

  1. Well I just spewed my pop out my nose. This is hilarious! Your censoring is so expertly done, on the dialog and on the characters. Keep up the good work! P.S. Your dad got into the same kind of mischief as mine. Gotta love ‘em!

  2. Oh, this is fantastic!

    Hee, I laughed really hard at “whom I had a difficult time picturing without a beard and with hair, respectively.”

  3. Oh My Golly! I love your dad’s childhood misadventure that led to you doing this post. Absolutely the best entertainment of the day!

    1. I love the details! I had to read this again this morning. I love the fact that your dad still has the same eyebrows! This is too funny!

  4. You are an awesome talent, Nicole. Loved the swear words covered up, the flashlight “light,” the fence-climbing scene. Fantastic story! Your dad is gonna love it.

  5. Your dad still isn’t stuck there I hope. This was truly amazing story, and thank you for the use of censor bars for your more delicate readers such as myself.

  6. Great story. Censor bars AND bleeped words? That’s the best use of censorship in a blog post I’ve ever seen on a non-Communist site.

    Happy Father’s Day to the great men in your life!

  7. Oh my goodness this is unbelievably amazing!! Some people really just have pure, natural talent. Ugh im so jealous!

  8. Great story. Your attention to detail just gets better and better. Every time I think, “wow, this work is amazing. It can’t get any better”…it does.

  9. I LOVE THE CENSORED WORDS! I loved the torch! I loved how you pasted the tiny movement effects on the water, its all amazing ! Your comic strips are my favorite!

  10. Why those mother”False Friends”! Who needs enemies? AWESOME illustration and I hope my crazy stories inspire my kids to be creative…or at least pass on the myth! ~Regards, Dan

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