Comic 194 - Emergency Temporal Shift

28th Jan 2011, 5:04 AM in Wibbly Wobbly, Timey Wimey
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Emergency Temporal Shift

I believe that hyperbolising my degree of positive reaction to your performance is a difficult activity!

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Author Notes:

As far as I can tell, the word "nyoro" doesn't mean anything, even in actual Japanese. According to EDICT, it doesn't even exist as a word. It's an excellent verbal tic, though.

The song in the last panel should be really, really obvious evident. I'm not even offering a reward this time.



28th Jan 2011, 11:41 PM
My levels of satisfaction are sufficiently high that exaggerating them is difficult simply because it is a challenge to conceive of a state of higher satisfaction.
The motto of the Aperture Science research organisation states that we do only what is necessary but that it is necessary for us to do anything within our capabilities, which incidentally is an apt description of "The Way of the Metagamer".
We operate for the benefit of every one of us, where the subject referred to by "us" is left intentionally ambiguous but probably means "the general public and the human race".
Except the ones who are dead.

5th Feb 2011, 3:10 PM
but there's no use crying over every mistake

19th Jul 2012, 9:09 AM
You or some unspecified third party only have to keep attempting whatever it was that you were trying to do until the amount of large chocolate pastry with candles on top is no longer sufficient to meet your needs.



Fred: I think it's working!
Trope-tan: Kawaii desu!
Fred: I can't see anything particularly adorable in the vicinity!

Jane: Excellent! The plot holes have been sealed!

Jane: Wait, what's happening now?
Trope-tan: Guided temporal relocation at trajectory toward comparatively lower coordinates detected, meaningless nihongo term!

Whuuuuuuum bzzzzzzzoam!
Bob: Cut the technobabble.
Trope-tan: We're being dragged backwards in time, nyoro!
Bob: Thank you.

Trope-tan: Chronality stabilised! We've arrived.
Unable to ascertain current chronological locale, due to unaltered comic title line!

Bob: So, what the hell just happened?
Fred: The song, as well as sealing those plot holes, pulled us back in time for some reason. Probably as a convenient plot device.
Bob: Oh. Now what?

Trope-tan: Thanks to that temporal shift, we've got some hitotoki before the kyoudan event.

Jane: The events previous to this musical performance may best be described as triumphant!
Fred: I am currently producing a record noting this, prominently featuring the twelve-character string "HUGE SUCCESS"!
Bob: I hate you guys so much.


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