Discussion (15)¬

  1. TB says:

    That isn’t a good one. that isn’t a good one at all.

    I think this substory must end.

  2. Josef says:

    yeaaaaaaaa. i second that.

  3. Gjerstad says:

    No, keep it going. I think this surrogat-story is really funny 🙂

  4. Jonathan says:

    Why? What’s not to like?

  5. Doqaz says:

    No, don’t end the substory. Keep it coming. xP

  6. alex says:



  7. TB says:

    I don’t want to troll but hat civil union of Mo and Je seems disturbing even for an atheist like me. Maybe the story could divert to barmaid completely refusing it,or both donating their sperm to a bank?

    Barmaid being the mother of a child contestes between both can only end in a very violent way methinks.

  8. Jonathan says:

    An artist should never give the audience what they (*think* they) want.

    (Also: too many cooks spoil the broth, and who’s the cartoonist here anyway?)

    In short: keep ’em coming, just the way they are. As if you need me to tell you that.

  9. Perhaps, the barmaid should accidentally give Jesus and Mo their semen in their drinks. After some weeks, she may claim to have aborted the monster (er, foetus) naturally.

  10. Not to be taken seriously says:

    “Perhaps, the barmaid should accidentally give Jesus and Mo their semen in their drinks.”

    ha ha – I never realised semen is just like beer. You don’t buy it, you only rent it.

  11. If Mo donates to a sperm bank, imagine the controversy over succession to the Caliphate. (If that’s not redundant: caliph means successor iirc)

  12. peterNW1 says:


  13. C Reese says:

    HaHaHa James Caviezel… either he got off on the idea of a male being tortured or it was a narcissistic inducement.

  14. Simes says:

    And in the news recently: the government has given the OK to fertilised eggs being produced from a combination of 3 parents.

    Jesus, Mo and the barmaid got there first.

  15. Bones'sDog says:

    So, Jesse was a haploid with a Go’auld puppeteer energy-being in its head and the next coming is going to be a triploid miscegenation of that two millennia-old creepy zombie, a body-double for a sesquimillennial and a contemporary human.
    This could get complicated when the kid grows up.
    Just how many relatives would it have?
    I mean, it already has five daddies, at least.


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