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Comic #1333

1 Me: {standing next to a whiteboard, with dialogue drawn on the whiteboard in capitals} HEY! I HAD A GREAT IDEA FOR USING A WHITEBOARD IN A WEBCOMIC!
1 Other guy: {dialogue also drawn on the whiteboard} Hey, no need to shout, dude.

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I did this on the same day as the other whiteboard comic. This was done after that one, by imagining what the world would be like if we had speech bubbles like comics. I wrote the first part, in my usual capital letters that I tend to use when writing on whiteboards, and was struggling to come up with a punchline, when one of the guys I work with walked up and wrote this.

2016-03-28 Rerun commentary: The mysterious "other guy" in this strip is in fact Andrew Shellshear, who also appears in this strip.

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