While the comic is single-panel and doesn't have an ongoing story, there are some recurring characters, including:
- The bar guys. Depressed, grumpy, and unsociable (except with each other).
- The couch guys. The definition of arrested development.
- Bigfoot. He's on all the social networks, and he follows back.
New comics are posted every Monday, because having to go back to work/school sucks.
- Adults Are Useless: Multiple examples, including the guys on the couch and the guys at the bar.
- Arson, Murder, and Jaywalking: A demon points out the special room in Hell reserved for people who put chewing gum on the underside of tables.
- Angst: Lots and lots of this. Notably when single males are present.
- Badass in a Nice Suit: Business Shark
- Blanket Fort: Combined with wine and fancy cheese.
- Corrupt Corporate Executive: Old, bald, white men in tailored navy blue suits.
- God and Satan Are Both Jerks: And drinking buddies, apparently.
- Goth: George Gothington is seen reading a book by Edgar Allan Poe.
- Heroic Fatigue: Depression Man, who routinely stands atop buildings in order to curse the city's inhabitants and feel sorry for himself.
- Heterosexual Life-Partners: The couch guys.
- If I Were a Rich Man: One of the bar guys has a fantasy of being able to afford to see a doctor.
- Must Have Caffeine: "Have you ever drank so much coffee that your pee smells like coffee?"
- Rule of Funny
- Smoking Is Cool: Because "teenagers are right".