History YMMV / Zits

20th Apr '17 8:40:07 AM SpaceHunterDrakeRedcrest
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* EnsembleDarkhorse: Pierce!

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* EnsembleDarkhorse: Pierce!Pierce! CloudcuckooLander, animal lover, and DeadpanSnarker.


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* HilariousInHindsight: One arc involved Jeremy teaching Walt how to use the computer's new voice recognition software. In one strip, Walt says, "Call the plumber," believing that the computer would do so. Thanks to [[TechnologyMarchesOn technology marching on]], apps such as Siri, Cortana, or Alexa would fulfill Walt's desire to have voice recognition software obey his requests.
27th Feb '17 8:39:31 AM Monolaf317
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* CrowningMomentOfFunny: The Christmas strip where Jeremy's parents give him a vintage electric guitar. Jeremy's reaction is to exclaim: "PinchMe, I must be dreaming!" His mom [[SubvertedTrope does so]]... causing him to wake up and find that his present is [[RealityEnsues a pair of socks]]. With pictures of electric guitars on them.
3rd Feb '17 7:03:15 AM DoktorvonEurotrash
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* CrowningMomentOfFunny: The Christmas strip where Jeremy's parents give him a vintage electric guitar. Jeremy's reaction is to exclaim: "PinchMe, I must be dreaming!" His mom [[SubvertedTrope does so]]... causing him to wake up and find that his present is [[RealityEnsues a pair of socks]]. With pictures of electric guitars on them.
7th Aug '16 5:39:21 PM Berrenta
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* AcceptableInevitableTargets: Both teens and adults are lampooned from the opposite perspective.

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* AcceptableInevitableTargets: AcceptableTargets: Both teens and adults are lampooned from the opposite perspective.
4th Oct '14 9:29:11 AM MathsAngelicVersion
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* WereStillRelevantDammit: Averted. Despite the fact that the comic began in 1997, and the creators haven't raised a teenager in ''quite'' a while, they're still able to perfectly capture teenage and parent life without feeling like you're watching [[{{ComicStrip/Blondie}} a rerun from a really old sitcom.]]
** Your mileage is definitely going to vary on that one. Another, less charitable take might be that the strip is a printed slurry of lazy, decades-old stereotypes and a 60-something man's Oedipal Complex.

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* WereStillRelevantDammit: Averted. Despite the fact Some think that the comic began in 1997, and the creators haven't raised a teenager in ''quite'' a while, they're are still able to perfectly capture teenage and parent life without feeling like you're watching [[{{ComicStrip/Blondie}} a rerun from a really old sitcom.]]
** Your mileage is definitely going to vary on
sitcom, despite the fact that one. Another, less charitable take might be the comic began in 1997 and that the creators haven't raised a teenager in ''quite'' a while. Others think the strip is a printed slurry of lazy, decades-old stereotypes and a 60-something man's Oedipal Complex.
20th Jan '14 7:28:01 PM Bobchillingworth
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* IAmNotShazam: Jeremy is never called "Zits" in the comic.
* WereStillRelevantDammit: Averted. Despite the fact that the comic began in 1997, and the creators haven't raised a teenager in ''quite'' a while, they're still able to perfectly capture teenage and parent life without feeling like you're watching [[{{ComicStrip/Blondie}} a rerun from a really old sitcom.]]

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* IAmNotShazam: Jeremy is never called "Zits" in the comic.
* WereStillRelevantDammit: Averted. Despite the fact that the comic began in 1997, and the creators haven't raised a teenager in ''quite'' a while, they're still able to perfectly capture teenage and parent life without feeling like you're watching [[{{ComicStrip/Blondie}} a rerun from a really old sitcom.]]]]
** Your mileage is definitely going to vary on that one. Another, less charitable take might be that the strip is a printed slurry of lazy, decades-old stereotypes and a 60-something man's Oedipal Complex.
7th Oct '13 7:32:01 AM M3
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* UnfortunateImplications: The infamous "Signs of the Apocalypse" strip. The strip has [[HiddenDepths Walt waxing eloquently]] on his opinion of Music/FiftyCent 's career arc. Connie, by contrast, stands there with a [[StepfordSmiler glazed, hollow look in her eyes]] and an unsettling smile and only says "Ditto!" That's right, guys, women not only should [[ValuesDissonance unquestioningly agree with their husbands]], but they shouldn't even elaborate on their feelings, am I right?
** Given that Connie is unquestionably the dominant partner in their relationship, that's reading a hell of a lot into a facial expression.
*** Besides, the point is they ''are'' out of character. It's a ''sign of the apocalypse'', after all.
4th Sep '13 9:27:13 PM Tuckerscreator
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* UnfortunateImplications: The infamous "Signs of the Apocalypse" strip. The strip has [[HiddenDepths Walt waxing eloquently]] on his opinion of FiftyCent 's career arc. Connie, by contrast, stands there with a [[StepfordSmiler glazed, hollow look in her eyes]] and an unsettling smile and only says "Ditto!" That's right, guys, women not only should [[ValuesDissonance unquestioningly agree with their husbands]], but they shouldn't even elaborate on their feelings, am I right?

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* UnfortunateImplications: The infamous "Signs of the Apocalypse" strip. The strip has [[HiddenDepths Walt waxing eloquently]] on his opinion of FiftyCent Music/FiftyCent 's career arc. Connie, by contrast, stands there with a [[StepfordSmiler glazed, hollow look in her eyes]] and an unsettling smile and only says "Ditto!" That's right, guys, women not only should [[ValuesDissonance unquestioningly agree with their husbands]], but they shouldn't even elaborate on their feelings, am I right?



* WereStillRelevantDammit: Averted. Despite the fact that the comic began in 1997, and the creators haven't raised a teenager in ''quite'' a while, they're still able to perfectly capture teenage and parent life without feeling like you're watching [[{{Blondie}} a rerun from a really old sitcom.]]

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* WereStillRelevantDammit: Averted. Despite the fact that the comic began in 1997, and the creators haven't raised a teenager in ''quite'' a while, they're still able to perfectly capture teenage and parent life without feeling like you're watching [[{{Blondie}} [[{{ComicStrip/Blondie}} a rerun from a really old sitcom.]]
6th Jan '13 2:08:04 AM kazokuhouou
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*** Besides, the point is they ''are'' out of character. It's a ''sign of the apocalypse'', after all.
4th Jan '13 8:04:39 PM ImpudentInfidel
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** Given that Connie is unquestionably the dominant partner in their relationship, that's reading a hell of a lot into a facial expression.
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