Look it up, kids!
Very smart!! hahaha so…
Jeez… so… i dunno!
Who would have thought it! :O
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omg haha thats me and my friend’s favorite word too.. aha idk how we came to know of it, but once we knew there was actually a word for that.. well we had to make it our favorite. awesome comic!
I’d only ever heard “callipygian,” which I think is way more common.
Would’ve been funnier if you’d managed to spell “definitely” correctly…
i felt kinda stupid when i had to look up the word…but knowing the definition made the comic SO much better. love it!
He has a dictionary, but spells definitely wrong?
“callipygous” it’s a perfectly cromulent word
To the folks that are criticizing the spelling…
Did any of you consider that it was misspelled on purpose?
To ‘interesting’ – did you ever consider that the writer is not using his first language?
“Callipygous” and its antonym “steatopygous” are two “words of the day” that I teach my sophomores in college.
In the comic strip, I would liked to have seen “definitely” spelled correctly. Even my eight-year-old grandniece (second grade) can spell that word appropriately! (She knows the word does not have an “a” in it.)
I KNOW I spelled definitely wrong, and being a bit of a spelling nazi myself, I would correct it right away. But this cartoon dates back 3,5 years and changing it now would feel like changing history. So I won’t.
well, callipygous is spelled right, so i wouldnt worry so much about “definately”
callipygous (adj) – pertaining to or having finely developed buttocks; “the quest for the callipygian ideal”
That’s really funny. Good use of the dictionary in the online comic world.
wow. . wattah nice drawing huh. . .hehe !! i like it !! =D
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