According to Binky, most of us don’t know how to read a book properly.
(This comic strip was previously published on January 22, 2011.)
I say amazing. It would be scary if they were Stephen King books
Stephen Hawking is more to my taste.
Maybe if you read a chocolate book & a healthy cooking book you could cook healthy chocolate
Chocolate is already healthy for a Wombie as it is an essential nutrient. Combining two books is a good idea, though, which could to some interesting possibilities.
BTW, did you know there is a phenomenon called the McGurk Effect?
Yes, my theory is that The McGurk Effect is the confusion caused to comic readers when a webcomic is constantly moved back & forth between two different domains. Kind of like the effect caused by the swinging back & forth of a hypnotists pocket watch 😛
I think you should write a paper on that. I would like to see that hypothesis fully developed.
I made the final decision to commit fully to Out The Bush. To avoid the temptation to swap & change I deleted all Atomic Underpants content & emptied the trash. Having the 2 sites just made me keep chopping & changing my mind too much. Now I can move forwards in character & story development more with out the distraction. 2nd comicversary here I come!!!
I think it’ll be good to concentrate your energies and creativity on your comic and characters. Hopefully you won’t be tempted to start another site!
The mere mention of starting another site makes Tony’s head gears turn!
You’re right, I shouldn’t have even mentioned it!
Maybe I could rehash The Tasmanians but I’d need a new site as thetasmanians.com is now taken but thetasmanians.org or .net is available.
Nah just kiddin’…
Perhaps Michelle should confiscate your URL Registry license.
A novel way of reading, if you want two endings 🙂
That is true. One ends with an ending, while the other ends with a beginning.
That actually sounds like an interesting idea…
You should try it. It gives you a whole new perspective.
That just sounds weird.
Well it allows me to think non-linearly about the subject at hand.
Things will get really confusing or really interesting that way.
I think really interesting.
It’s probably how iguanas read.
Perhaps, if iguanas could read.
Bwahahahahahahaha. I think it’s both amazing and scary.
Have a fabulous day. 🙂
I guess it could be both if you’ve never tried it before.
Binky, I think this is a bit strange.
I suppose it is a little unusual. Perhaps you could try the technique for your college courses and get through your reading in half the time.
The middle is the beginning, is the end, is the middle.
The middle is the beginning, and both the beginning and the end are the ends.
Binky, you make my brain hurt. Excuse me while I go put a bandaid on it.
I am sorry about that. Perhaps if you worked on some reading exercises, you could also read both ways at once.
I own the book ‘How to Read a Book’ and I had to put it down. I just like to read, I don’t need to know how to read.
Although knowing how to read is somewhat integral in being able to read.
That’s not scary it’s just plain genius, but then Binky is such a talented Wombie isn’t he Peter 🙂 Winky is better at reading chocolate wrappers, but then he is a Master Chocolatier, and can eat as much as he reads 🙂
Why thank you, Andro. Yes, Winky is superior at all things chocolate, especially in the eating arena.
I’ve heard of PEOPLE reading the last page of a book first. I guess Wombies are just weird.
I prefer unique.
How cool! He’s ambi-readerous!
That is novel! 🙂
I think more people should try it.
It makes perfect sense if he used one book for each eye like I do. See, I have a lazy eye that reads a bit slower than the other one. :OP
Yes, that is essentially the technique. One book for each eye. Since each eye is linked to its opposite brain hemisphere, you can process twice as much information in the same time. Perhaps some rigorous training will help get your lazy eye up to spec.
That’s crazy! hahahaha
You’re an avid reader. Perhaps you could try my technique for a new perspective.
I will let you know when I finally try your way 😉
I think you’ll like it.
Winky, yes. *grins*
Both? That’s confusing!
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