XKCD: It's more than a comic:

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26 KylerThatch27th Nov 2008 04:46:32 PM , Relationship Status: Don't hug me; I'm scared
literary masochist
There was a Firefox add-on for version 2 that let you see the complete alt-text. Although I did just stumble upon it by accident...
So pure of heart, and strong of mind!
So true of aim with his marshmallow laser!
Uncle George
This love so bold goes undeclared/a joy unseen, a world unknown/a love that dare not speak its name/hidden treasure, precious stone
Math guy
There are lots of Greasemonkey scripts for that. I use the one at the top.
Pronounced "shy guy."

I have spent 4 months of my life outside my home country. Paste this into your sig with your data!
I want Kat's glasses!
Why should you do that? The Alt Text is just the name of the comic. The Title however, is funny, and doesn't need a plug-in to be displayed when hovering the picture: FF already does it automatically.
Grandma, what big teeth you have! It would be a shame if anything happened to them.
Math guy
Well, for one thing, I got that extension before Firefox 3.0 came out. For another, I do find it marginally more convenient. *shrugs*
Pronounced "shy guy."

I have spent 4 months of my life outside my home country. Paste this into your sig with your data!
Uncle George
I'm Rich, bey-otch!

edited Thu, 04 Dec 2008 10:48:33 by JethroQWalrustitty

This love so bold goes undeclared/a joy unseen, a world unknown/a love that dare not speak its name/hidden treasure, precious stone
XKCD is the only webcomic I read. It's intelligent, it's got unique humour, unlike all this Two Gamers on a Couch stuff plus it's romantic.
I want Kat's glasses!
I'm currently doing an Archive Binge, and I just happened on this page.

Unfortunately, I can't find TV Tropes on it.
Grandma, what big teeth you have! It would be a shame if anything happened to them.
34 KylerThatch12th Dec 2008 01:32:15 AM , Relationship Status: Don't hug me; I'm scared
literary masochist
I guess we'd probably be somewhere off the side of the Wikipedia cluster, if we were on the map.
So pure of heart, and strong of mind!
So true of aim with his marshmallow laser!
35 Sabbo12th Dec 2008 04:35:17 AM from Australia , Relationship Status: Coming soon to theaters
Looking at that map again, I notice that they think there are more attractice Myspace pages than users on 4chan. Weird. :/
That one strip where Randall chewed out/mocked arts majors, he was joking, right?

Just want to be sure.

<vaguely paranoid or at the very least braindead/irritable at the moment>

On a lighter note, I loved the strip proposing the idea of funny pictures as currency.
I want Kat's glasses!

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Interestingly, a two-liter bottle contains three liters...

edited Tue, 06 Jan 2009 00:33:36 by Medinoc

Grandma, what big teeth you have! It would be a shame if anything happened to them.
Uncle George
Those are actually a bit handy, because even thoguh I've only ever used metric, I tend to forget very simple stuff, like how long is 10 cm, exactly.
This love so bold goes undeclared/a joy unseen, a world unknown/a love that dare not speak its name/hidden treasure, precious stone
39 Brickman6th Jan 2009 08:01:35 AM from wherever adventure takes me , Relationship Status: My own grandpa
Gentleman Adventurer!
I like the fourth one under length. You wish!
Your funny quote here! (Maybe)
I find this one handy too, 'cos despite a firm grounding in the sciences I can never seem to remember Summer Glau's volume when I need to.
the dice are loaded, the deck is stacked, the game itself will hold you back
Uncle George
@Brickman.

Not to brag, but that one is the avarage, and bit on the low side for me :3

edited Tue, 06 Jan 2009 08:24:38 by JethroQWalrustitty

This love so bold goes undeclared/a joy unseen, a world unknown/a love that dare not speak its name/hidden treasure, precious stone
42 Oscredwin10th Mar 2009 08:51:49 PM from The Frozen East
Cold.
I love xkcd's obsession with raptors.
Sex, Drugs, and Rationality
Not Actually Indie
14 centimeters is actually the median. The mean is slightly skewed right by the Ron Jeremies of the world.
...eventually, we will reach a maximum entropy state where nobody has their own socks or underwear, or knows who to ask to get them back.
44 Sabbo10th Mar 2009 11:57:13 PM from Australia , Relationship Status: Coming soon to theaters
About the new one: What a strange haiku.

Div-Class-E-Quals-Main Span-I-D-E-Quals-Mar-Quee Blog-Slash-Span-Slash-Div

Is that right?
Math guy
Looks like it to me.
Pronounced "shy guy."

I have spent 4 months of my life outside my home country. Paste this into your sig with your data!
46 adam85015th Mar 2009 09:29:14 PM from Springfield.
Speak up!
This one is pretty good. Another addition to Tripod Terror.
The cure for boredom is curiosity. There is no cure for curiosity.
Queen of Filks
I am I, Don Quixote

The Lord of La Mancha,

My Destiny calls and I go

And the wild winds of... oh, um, sorry. Didn't see you there.
Reference to Tripod: bleh.

Reference to Don Quixote: EXTREMELY WIN.
It Just Bugs Me! - a place to discuss media, real life, and other topics.
49 Sabbo17th Mar 2009 04:12:04 AM from Australia , Relationship Status: Coming soon to theaters
Who the heck is Don Quixote? And no links to elsewhere thanks; I want something I can just read and get it over with.

...if that made any sense. ;/
50 Tangent12817th Mar 2009 04:39:46 AM from Virginia , Relationship Status: I LOVE THIS DOCTOR!
The first Spanish novel, by Miguel de Cervantes, a contemporary of Shakespeare.

A deconstruction of knight-tales.

A wealthy man reads too many books about knights-errant and goes insane, believing himself to be one.

And... don't we have a page?

Don Quixote

edited 17th Mar '09 4:41:03 AM by Tangent128

Do you highlight everything looking for secret messages?

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