Comic 41 - Wakatonka lays it on the line

3rd Aug 2012, 4:30 AM in Emea's problem
Wakatonka lays it on the line
Wakatonka: I couldn't help but overhear one of the questions you were going to ask, and I can tell you it's going to take me some work to answer it. So... here's my proposal for each of your questions. If I can't come up with useful answers, you won't owe me anything.... but if I do have answers, and you find they get you out of trouble, you will do what I asked you and bring me men of breeding age.
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Gallstone 3rd Aug 2012, 8:46 AM edit delete reply
Either Wakatonka really likes to bargain... or he really does have a permanent erection. ^^; *cough* No wonder he doesn't wear any clothing, apart from being a deity.
The Spun Off Artist 3rd Aug 2012, 7:21 PM edit delete reply
The Spun Off Artist
He's a phallic deity, so I'm afraid he's stuck with that thing.
Gallstone 3rd Aug 2012, 9:36 PM edit delete reply
Does he ever wake up and go: "*sigh* Two thousand years old and it's still raring to go all the time. Yay..." :-(
The Spun Off Artist 3rd Aug 2012, 10:14 PM edit delete reply
The Spun Off Artist
That question, or one very like it, will be asked later on in the comic.
CyberSkull 4th Aug 2012, 5:53 PM edit delete reply
If your still raring to go after 2,000 years, YOU DON'T HAVE A PROBLEM! Rather, you should be celebrated instead.
Gallstone 5th Aug 2012, 9:21 AM edit delete reply
If it still works after two thousand years and you have the energy and physical strength to enjoy it, fine and dandy. If it won't stop rearing even when you don't want it to for TWO THOUSAND YEARS... you might like a moment of rest sometime.
Gallstone 4th Aug 2012, 8:45 AM edit delete reply
Ah, the many trials and tribulations of being ityphallic...
CyberSkull 4th Aug 2012, 5:55 PM edit delete reply
I have been wondering, what if all gods are crazy? Wouldn't that make their quest to answer their query moot? Or do they just want to find out to what degree (relative to the gods and relative to faeries?)?
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