Lunatics will be lunatics.
Some of them attach themselves to a religion as a cause.
Their religion is not the source of their lunacy.
If religion didn’t exist they would attach themselves to some other cause.
It is the job of the non-lunatic to investigate the psychological origins of their lunacy, to clean up after them, and (sorry about this) to keep calm and carry on.
Read all about it…
The People With Issues book is now published, ready and waiting for your orders!
See the “Shop” page or head straight to www.skirwingle.co.uk.
Okay – a brief break from the cartoons to say:
Coming soon: People With Issues … the book!
Yes, you read that right: PWI can now be read ofﬂine, no batteries required. Snigger at the exploits of Jenny, Phil, Ramala et al. even where there’s no web access at all. What could possibly be a better remedy for Internet withdrawal, than sitting down with your favourite hot beverage and a selection of silly cartoons impressed with ink onto thin slices of dead tree? Of course, if you happen to laugh so hard that you spill your drink on it and have to buy another, well…
A perfect gift for the one you love just enough to spend about a ﬁver on, the PWI book features 64 pages of the cartoons from this site (plus a couple of little bonus ones that haven’t been uploaded here), glued together between a pair of gloriously colourful covers, garnished with text in my lovingly hand-crafted font Susino (used for the title banner here), all for the not-altogether-unreasonable price of £4.50 (+p&p).
Interested? Head over to our publisher www.skirwingle.co.uk to pre-order your copy (they’re currently at the printers and will ship as soon as we receive them)!
Ever considered this?
A thing that passes by is a bypass.
However, a person who passes by isn’t a *bypasser but a passer-by.
A thing that stands by should therefore be a *bystand, but it isn’t, it’s a standby.
However, a person who stands by isn’t a *stander-by but a bystander.
My head hurts.