Unforgivable Acts
  • ben.
    May 17, 2009

    “Glycerine” was the first song i ever played for an x of mine early in our relationship. She acted impressed but later confided that she didn’t like Bush at all and had always thought just a little less of me for having learned it.

    I’m not sure why i left her. Nearly 8 years later, i still miss her. She’s hundreds of miles away and happily married now, though, so i feel a little guilty, selfish whenever i longingly wonder how my life would be if we were still together.

    I’m sorry, i’ve been drinking and riding my bike around town tonight. This leads to introspection then exhortation.

  • Joshua
    November 12, 2009

    I remember when I was a naive teenager and I first heard Bush. I liked them. As I got older, my musical taste changed dramatically. The reason I hate Bush now though is because of albums like Sixteen Stone. Also, I love that this comic makes one think it’s political until the last panel. I think I voted for Bush in his last election. But I just didn’t like Kerry and I was freshly eighteen. I don’t vote anymore because it doesn’t matter.

  • Jo
    January 1, 2010

    I didn’t realise Bush could even play any instruments.

    Wait. I guess it was a band. With Rice on the drums and Cheney playing the electric violin. That would be awesome.

  • Sprayette
    January 14, 2010

    Never really liked Bush, it felt like a diet Nirvana minus the talent.

  • Sordatos
    March 3, 2010

    Nirvana had pretty simple songs, In fact the band would disbanded even if Kurt havent died, he was already into other , and more interesting projects. But Nirvana died at the precise time thous becoming a myth….

  • Sordatos
    March 3, 2010

    Never the less I think is dumb and the equivalent of being trendy to stop liking something (or ind this case disliking) just because becomes mainstream

  • Henry
    October 25, 2010

    Sordatos, it’s like you eating a piece of cake and a group of people coming over and trying to persuade you to hand over said cake.

  • Henry
    October 25, 2010

    Stupid laptop touch pad.

    After you refuse them, everybody brings cake, and you are no longer unique in bringing cake.

  • Dante Wynter
    January 20, 2011

    Wait-a-minute! . . . We’re not talking Presidents here, are we?

  • sivern
    May 5, 2012

    Sixteen Stone is still one of my favorite albums.

  • Golux
    September 28, 2013

    Hating a band just because they’ve become popular is it’s own form of sellout. Ya dance with them what brought ya. Otherwise, you’re just yet another kind of fake yourself.

  • Anonymous
    September 28, 2016

    Your vote does count, Joshua! Depending on different factors, anyway.

  • greg
    February 13, 2017

    I hated Bush before it was popular to hate Bush. The music was okay, but Rosdale never knew when to shut his mouth and give the music some space. He had to sing over all of it. Even during the goddamn guitar solos you can hear him repeating some monosyllable from the chorus over and over again.

    Which would have been almost forgivable if he sang with his diaphragm instead of his throat.

    God I hate Bush. The only bands I hate worse are Creed and Nickelback.

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