But is it funny?
This is in honour of the current 2nd place comic in the 2008 Weblog Awards.
You can still vote. Even if you’ve voted before, you can vote again. We’re still neck-and-neck with Dilbert.
Here are some more:
Hey, the last one is a fake! Shame on you, Author!
How do you know it’s a fake? Maybe it’s from unpublished work.
It might be Jesus and Mo minus Jesus and Mo – The Director’s Cut.
i dont get it…i know atheists are supposed to be smart, but i dont get it
Alex, the forerunner in the ‘awards’ is “Garfield minus Garfield” (I’m deliberately ignoring xkcd). Not as good as Arbuckle, though.
Jesus and Mo with out Jesus and Mo is,
well, still funnier than “Cathy”.
I know, that’s damning with faint praise,
or picking low hanging fruit.
Garfield minus garfield.
Yup, I like it, but please dont waste a precious week of life doing anything other than fucking over religion!
G minus G, of course.
Best I had come up with was that there isn’t much difference between the non-visible and the non-existent, a reference I came across recently. That took care of Jesus the 3in1 god, but Mo is generally assumed to have existed. That’s where I got stuck.
Oh well, all’s well that ends well, eh?
Garfield Minus Garfield was a great idea that has run its course. J&M is 10 times better…but xkcd is by far my favorite.
a hidden meaning (intended I’m sure) is they don’t exist anymore – well, not in some paradise but only as worm food.
They probably did exist historically but believers still think they’re looking over them and could easily pop down the pub for a pint if they wanted.
At last – a true representation of the worlds most influential invisible friends!
Perfection….this one is much more realistic than the usual
and i love garfield minus garfield also
Or could it be that the entire situation is inside the bartender’s head? That Jesus and Mo appear only to her, and the scenes outside of the bar are only in her imagination?
“Imagine no religion.”
subtle. i like it.
You did indeed beat Dilbert! Congrats! You should have come in right after xkcd!
Completely missed the Garfield minus Garfield reference, taking it instead as a reference to London’s athiest buses. That made me laugh, even if it’s the wrong joke.
I took it to mean that the bartender is telling me, the reader, not to think about “it,” whatever “it” is. Then I took it to mean thinking that the beer tap looks like a wang.
I thought this looked a bit Zen: no-thought, no-mind, etc. But I don’t know how it relates to JaM…
And there’s me thinking they’re just participating in a bit o’ brotherly love behind the bar…
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