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Webcomic / Whatever Whenever Wherever

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A young man living with his sarcastic girlfriend’s family, an emotionally unstable tech support agent, a booze and sex obsessed doctor, a single mother who has terrible things happen to her, and a domesticated prehistoric man. These are but a few of the residents of the little coastal town of Rudville, Texas. Welcome to Whatever, Whenever, Wherever.

The comic ranges from a G to PG-13 rating.

You can read the comic here.


Whatever, Whenever, Wherever provides examples of:

  • All Girls Want Bad Boys: Shana meets Micheal in a bar. The following exchange takes place:
    Shana: [Sitting down] Well hello there. I've never seen you here before.
    Micheal: [Sullen] I've never had a reason to come here before.
    Shana: Aw, what's wrong darling?
    Micheal: I was denied my chance to kill a waste of life today.
    Shana: Mein Gott, tell me you're single.
  • As Long as It Sounds Foreign: Shana Dokter Weinhousen
  • Awesome Mc Coolname: Jam's middle name, Alex, means "Protector of Mankind"
  • Butt-Monkey: Beth, who even has a special calendar to tell her what bad luck she'll have from day to day.
  • Cuddle Bug: Alice takes the cake, hugging almost everyone in sight and sometimes attempting to hug abstract concepts.
  • Curse Escape Clause: Jam can take his jacket off in the winter, because the bats it attracts are hibernating.
    • He can also use the buttons as earrings.
    Jam : Curses are weird.
  • Deadpan Snarker: Kate.
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  • Fun with Foreign Languages: In one strip, Rachel asks how Mary is doing. Mary replies that she had to clean the toilets. In Irish.
  • Genki Girl: Alice Clarken, a tech-support worker who hugs everything in sight. Mary, too.
  • Hard-Drinking Party Girl: Shana, when she's not on call.
  • It Is Pronounced "Tro-PAY": Mike Ceasar (KAY-zar), Alice's co-worker.
  • Made of Explodium: On either the third Tuesday or the last Monday of each month, Beth's tea will spontaneously explode.
  • Mafia Princess: Rachel, whose father is a mob boss in New York.
  • Nice Hat: Jam wears a real nice one.
  • Noodle Incident: What did Shana do to that laptop? [1]
  • Playboy Bunny: Kate dresses up in a bunny-girl costume for Jam on his 18th birthday.
  • There Are No Girls on the Internet: Alice is playing a game online and tries to suggest a strategy.
    Whoa! A girl?!
    Hey! No girls on the internet!
    Shouldn't you be at the mall?
    Or in the kitchen?
    You sound hot.
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  • Tsundere: How Kate acts towards Jam.
  • The Unintelligible: In one strip, Jam sees that Alice has her head down and asks what's wrong. She replies with "Mmf mmmfmm mm ffmmfm."
    • And he understood her.
  • Un Sound Effect
  • Where the Hell Is Springfield?: Rudville isn't a real place.


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