He Never Does Dishes, Either

3 06 2010

Blackberry generally liked Gunda Bear, and for the most part thought he was a good roommate, although once in a while he couldn’t help but be bitter that Gunda, as a natural blonde, seemed to enjoy certain perks and privileges that he himself didn’t get.  Blackberry was stuck as the perpetual wingman when they went out, while the girls flocked around Gunda and laughed at his jokes.  When they traveled, bellmen and airport attendants carried Gunda’s luggage (for free!) while Blackberry struggled to keep up with his own Samsonites.  But this, well, this was really unfair.  He was sure that Gunda dirtied the bath just as much as he did, but since his lighter fur wasn’t as visible as Blackberry’s own dark fur clogging the drain, he somehow was stuck scrubbing the tub on his own.  Goddammit.  Apparently blondes had more fun and did less chores.


28 04 2010

That’s how many H-less Wonder characters it takes to change a lightbulb.

He Doesn’t Need The Empty Calories, Anyway

20 04 2010

This was so aggravating.  The stupid soda machine had taken Gunda Bear’s money, but had not dispensed the tasty beverage he wanted.  He had phoned the “For Service” number posted on the side of the machine, but gotten fed up after being on hold for fifteen minutes and eventually hung up.  Kicking the machine didn’t work either, as it was far bigger and heavier than Gunda, and only served to give him a nice bruise on his toe.  Soda Machine:  One.  Gunda Bear:  Zero.

Too Many Electronic Devices

9 02 2010

Gunda Bear was not entirely sure which one of these was his cell phone charger, but he was sure that this mess was some sort of fire hazard.

Poker Night

2 02 2010

Most of the guys had never heard of any of the poker games Tim wanted to play.  “Smack the Bishop”?  “Chase The Lady ‘Round The Ol’ Oak Tree”?  “Fishes Wild?”  Whatever happened to good old Texas Hold’em or five card stud?  Unfortunately, Tim was the only one of them who had a poker set and a big enough apartment for them to all get together in, so they had to play what he wanted, even if everybody was convinced he just made the games up as he went along.