When tomorrow is today, today will be yesterday. So if you don’t want to do something, tomorrow is a good day to do it since it never actually arrives.
I smell time paradoxes, although there is none here on the strip. But they are close!
Time paradoxes would be an excellent way to avoid obligations, but they’re awfully difficult to create. Unless you know something I don’t.
i am slightly confused…..
I’ll explain it to you tomorrow.
It’s just a play on words and the fact that time is often relative, relative to your current position in time. If you say you’ll do something tomorrow, by the time it is tomorrow, we call that day “today,” not “tomorrow.” So in essence, like the old saying, “tomorrow never comes.”
ahh… i understand now! thanks 🙂
There you go. Put off today what can be tomorrow.
That’s my philosophy.
Winky is teaching Fraz all the wrong things again.
I don’t think poor Winky can help it.
Ahhh…the beauty of philosophy. 🙂 I love the look of this comic and the humor is right up my alley. Keep up the good work! And thanks for stopping by my site.
Thanks, George! I’ve been following your comic for a while and I love how cartoony it is.
“Tomorrow! Tomorrow! I love ya! I love ya! You’re always a day away!”
Sometimes it’s easier to love something from afar.
yeah my dad will like this
Hopefully both today and tomorrow.
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