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Comic #668

1 Shakespeare: {at Mercutios's desk} Mercutio, that code you've written needs to be revised for internationalisation.
2 Mercutio: Oh man, why do we need to worry about that?
2 Ophelia: {behind Will} Because country matters!
3 {silent beat}
4 Shakespeare: Ahem...
4 Ophelia: Forget I said that...

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As Irregular Webcomic! is PG-rated, I'll leave you to research the background to this yourself.

2013-12-17 Rerun commentary: This strip caused some controversy when it first appeared. I even got an e-mail from someone who said he was so disgusted that he was going to stop reading my comics.

I don't know what it is about internationalisation that causes such heated responses.

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