Nature's Doomed Adolescents
  • Anonymous
    November 22, 2008

    Who says we have to give up our rebellious spirit when we’re 23?

    Get a medical degree and leave your country of origin. Work in Darfur, Somalia, Australia. Wherever you want.

  • Dorothy
    November 24, 2008

    I just saw The Last King of Scotland and that didn’t work out so well.

  • Tacoma
    February 9, 2009

    You can live how you want or as long as you want, but maybe not both. It depends on how violent you are.

  • M
    April 21, 2009

    I don’t have to give up my rebellious spirit at 23! When I’m an old lady, I’ll wear a motorcycle helmet, live with a million cats, and spray-paint a pentagram on the side of my favorite bookstore.

    Yeah, I know, who said that? And would it fit in my schedule to beat up them or their grave?

  • Rory
    April 27, 2009

    Look, I’m sure cockroaches would love to be the dominant species, but it’s not going to happen. Until one of us slips up…
    (Look at the title of the comic if you don’t get it.)

  • Sprayette
    January 15, 2010

    “To deal with all elements of society as equals”
    That’s not how I remember highschool

  • The Prolific Mr. Anonymous
    January 20, 2010

    Ditto, Sprayette.

  • Rani
    September 9, 2010

    The character of the doctor in The Last King of Scotland was fictional. Trained doctors in Africa are in short supply and are therefore deeply appreciated.

  • greg
    February 16, 2017

    M, by the time you are an old lady, wearing a motorcycle helmet and having spray-painted pentagrams will be mainstream and old-fashioned; not rebellious.

    Kids always think they’ll stay cool when they get old. But mostly this doesn’t happen. I can remember when tattoos and piercings used to be an edgy subculture thing. Now practically everyone under 35 has them.

  • Johnny Austin
    February 6, 2019


    The name of the man who made the comment that tempted the fates and gave the cockroach empire its chance…

    Will trump push the button?
    There are more cockroaches where I am than any other part of the world.
    I think, when it comes to it, I will join them.
    No offence…

Add comment