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I drew this strip when I was supposed to be writing an essay. Enough said.
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I cut out the first and third chapel, just stick to Minecraft, TES:Oblivion and tinterwebz. Nuff said.
Haisen 8/8/12 reply
I read this strip while I was supposed to be writing an essay! Serendipitous.
Moh 4/20/12 reply
I am soo like Chapel doing homework. One minute I'm writing an essay, the next I'm daydreaming about my favorite book.
musicmania64 1/9/12 reply
Oh yesss...same here....
Emma 1/9/12 reply
At this very moment I should be doing an essay on whether David Lloyd George failed in his endeavours to secure a peace without grievances at Versailles 1919. I know your pain :)
Joseph Sheppard 1/8/12 reply
Ha ha! That sounds like a very tough essay to write...To be honest, I normally really enjoy my essay assignments, but I still procrastinate once in a while!
Emma 1/8/12 reply
Don't get me wrong, I love History as much as the next chap, but historians seem to have a knack for writing in the most complex and mind-numbing way I've ever seen! Was reading this one book about Italian Fascism and each page must have had about 20-30 '-isms', half of which I swear the writer made up!
Joseph Sheppard 1/9/12 reply
Thankfully, i am at the point in my life i am well beyond any homework what so ever. But i do remember those days when my old Nintendo (later Super Nintendo) sent out that siren call to me when i should have done my homework. Some things never change.
Dr. Taxil Necrobane 11/7/11 reply
For me it's the Internet all the way! Like right now. I should be reading Plato's "Republic," but instead I'm answering comments. I have no regrets.
Emma 11/7/11 reply
I have been known to read chapel comics while I am supposed to be doing math homework.
Ginny Weasley fan 11/4/11 reply
Ha ha ha...I have been known to reply to people's comments on my Chapel comics when I'm supposed to be writing an essay...like right now...
Emma 11/5/11 reply
a fellow person with weekend homework!
Ginny Weasley fan 11/5/11 reply
Yay, I'm not the only one to endure the pain.
Emma 11/5/11 reply
oh, I'm supposed to be doing weekend homework right now!
Ginny Weasley fan 11/5/11 reply
apologises for overuse of the word 'oh'... I do that a lot.
Ginny Weasley fan 11/22/11 reply
I didn't notice any overuse! :)
Emma 11/22/11 reply
chapel should not do her homework right next to the funny times!
Ginny Weasley fan 11/4/11 reply
I know, it's dangerous! A ticking time bomb of distraction...
Emma 11/4/11 reply
good way of putting it!
Ginny Weasley fan 11/4/11 reply
I love it! chapel is so cute
8/6/11 reply
Thanks so much! :)
Emma (admin) 10/16/11 reply
Once again we see a window into existence as a kid/preteen. ^_^
LS 8/6/11 reply
Oh, come on, I know adults do this too! Right? Right? Right...?
Emma (admin) 10/16/11 reply
Ginny Weasley fan 11/6/11 reply
I might be engaging in this activity RIGHT NOW... >.>

Ashley 8/5/11 reply
Oh, the wonders of procrastination...
Emma (admin) 10/16/11 reply
Ah, The Funny Times. Dave Barry, Matt Groening. 2 hours of laughs a month
Anne 6/9/11 reply
Definitely! My parents and I always fight over who gets to read it first.
Emma (admin) 10/16/11 reply
15 minutes HOMEWORK. Yes! Miss Productivity! scribble scribble 45 Minutes Internet Just check a few emails – ooh, Huffington post! 30 minutes GUILT Im such a horrible timewaster. I never get anything done. Repeat indefinitely Hey, is that a Funny Times?
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