Warning: the following scene contains nudity

I’ve drawn cartoons inspired by the Washington Posts Mensa Invitational before. Check out the site and maybe enter the 2013 competition at the same time


14 Comments on “Warning: the following scene contains nudity”

  1. seeker says:

    I covered my eyes with both hands peering between my fingers. Thanks for the link. That is hilarious.

  2. Ziya Tamesis says:

    But the gal isn’t naked. She’s wearing shoes!

    • Marti says:

      But a gal has to still look good, doesn’t she?

      • Ziya Tamesis says:

        No, she doesn’t *have* to look good.
        And if she really *wants* to look good, she doesn’t need high heels.
        She can be just as naked as everyone else.
        Besides, I think her hair is fabulous enough for all 3 of them.

      • Marti says:

        I was just having a bit of fun and thought you wanted to banter based on your comment… Anyway, being female I know what discrimination is like, having worked for many years in male dominated industries… but I digress. The heels were actually based on a true story a friend told me about at a European nudist resort. I thought it was funny.

      • Ziya Tamesis says:

        I initially wanted to banter, but the idea that female people *have* to look good is something I’ve been struggling against lately; when I read your reply to my comment I kind of lost my sense of humor. Thanks for clarifying your perspective. To be honest I’m kind of curious about this true story – if you’re at liberty to elaborate, of course.

      • Marti says:

        Sorry, no details as it was a sighting by a friend and she didn’t speak to the person. Makes you wonder though.

  3. Grumpy says:

    Where do they put their loose change?

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  5. zookyworld says:

    Be careful next to the grill!!

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