Is anyone else creeped out by Kevin and Kell?

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what's the opposite of a vegan? I try to eat only things that have a face.

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Noise Monkey wrote:what's the opposite of a vegan? I try to eat only things that have a face.
Carnivore. A vegan is a herbivore. In Kevin and Kell's world, you'd be a predator or a scavenger.
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I was a vegetarian once by accident because I was just on a big tofu kick. But once I realized I hadn't had any meat for a month, I went out and got a big-ass hamburger. It was orgasmic.
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rkolter wrote:It's like devouring a steak with great gusto, sighing with pleasure as the savory flavor of each bite bursts in your mouth, throughly enjoying your unquestioned right to partake in the steak's meaty excellence, while sitting at a table surrounded by vegans, and wondering why they're not looking happy about your good time.
OK, that one is brilliant. :lol:

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rkolter wrote:
legostargalactica wrote:
rkolter wrote: Actually, Paul's correction is valid. A better example would have been:

It's like devouring a steak with great gusto, sighing with pleasure as the savory flavor of each bite bursts in your mouth, throughly enjoying your unquestioned right to partake in the steak's meaty excellence, while sitting at a table surrounded by vegans, and wondering why they're not looking happy about your good time.
god i love doing things like that.

i mean.. i have the utmost respect for the vegan lifesty..... ::bursts out laughing:: sorry, couldn't keep a straight face.
Ask Phact0rri how much I bug him about his vegan lifestyle. I almost feel bad sometimes, but he manages to get even.
yeah, cause i don't give him a hard time. dude.. he won't eat HONEY!
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Thanks to the nastiness of it's origin, the only reason I eat honey is that it's good.

Then again, I don't purposefully eat much that I find nasty... :shifty:
rkolter wrote:Carnivore. A vegan is a herbivore. In Kevin and Kell's world, you'd be a predator or a scavenger.
That doesn't sound like it might be from outer space the way vegan does. I want something with some zip to it! Let's get the ad guys in here and work on that.

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The UK is planning on using industrial exhaust to grow plants as it's apparently good for the environment.

Nothing is "non-nasty!"
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plants already grow in poop. I don't know how you can out-nasty that.

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Haggis.
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It's made from animal parts...that can't be worse than poop.




You know...until it BECOMES poop.

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Reconstituted haggis can't be beat.
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Black pudding.
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Noise Monkey wrote:It's made from animal parts...that can't be worse than poop.




You know...until it BECOMES poop.
it's got oatmeal, oats are a plant, that grow in poop, and then get mixed with all that other stuff.
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Komiyan wrote:Black pudding.
My sister loves that stuff.
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It's like eating a big scab.
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She lives in Dublin, so she eats all sorts of things like that now.
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theSuburbanLetdown wrote:Reconstituted haggis can't be beat.
Haggis in a can for the win?

And blood products are great. Reminds me why my pulse rate is so awful.
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Kisai wrote:It just so happens that the people who colour K&K also do or did comics I read for a while too.
This is not true. Majority of people who are discussing about K&K are forum regulars who have never persecuted any comic actively.
Look, if K&K is a lighthearted comic, then this is a lighthearted discussion about it. STOP TAKING OUR DISCUSSION SO SERIOUSLY.

Off the subject, Rkolter's point about Moslem cartoons wasn't about whether anyone was hurt or whatnot, it was about being aware of possible consequences of what you create. Hard or Ghastly were probably aware that if you make a shock comic and, well, some people are going to be shocked by it. Making a comic that relates to many offensive subjects is bound to offend some people, isn't it? Making a comic with extreme graphic display of violence and sexual deviation and not expecting to get a lot of angry letters - that's would be not just hypocritical, it would be out of touch with reality. You usually don't start that kind of comic if you don't like that kind of attention. You shouldn't start that kind of comic if you can't take that kind of attention.
The only thing that bugs me about this discussion is that if the comic was a relatively lighthearted joke comic about some human serial killers (cant remember the name of the one I'm thinking about, pretty bad tbh), no one would be complaining worth a damn.
We might have, if the comic was affirmative of murdering.
Like if author tried to convince us that all victims actually deserved it, cause they're all pillars of rotten society or something like that. I guess I just described "Natural born killers".

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theSuburbanLetdown wrote:
Komiyan wrote:Black pudding.
My sister loves that stuff.
Black pudding is great. My boyfriend can't even stand to see me eat it though, as he thinks it is revolting :)
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bustertheclown wrote:When I first read the title to this post, I thought to myself, "why would anyone be creeped out by that Nickelodeon show Keenan and Kell? It took reading through several posts on this thread to read the title correctly as Kevin. Until that point, I was perplexed that someone would do a fan comic about the show, and that it somehow contained furry murders.
I thought I was the only one :P

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