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diesel sweeties : webcomic by rstevens

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"Office Sweets"



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Comic dialogue and data: lil sis : TV : television : on the next episode of spreadsheets and bedsheets... : frank uses illegal excel macros to get closer to julie... : susan corrupts ed's sql tables after catching him calculating dianne's payroll charts... : anna is embarrassed in front of the whole company when her third quarter budget is discovered to be in comic sans... : and michael starts seeing a google doc on the side, unbeknownst to his I.T. manager : soap operas never change, we just invent lamer infidelities.


Who and What:

Diesel Sweeties is a pixelated webcomic by Richard Stevens 3 that has been continuously updated since April 2000. Sometimes the people kiss the robots. Be warned.

You may know me from "Bacon is a Vegetable," "I'm a Rocker. I Rock Out." or "Music I Like. Music You Like. Music I Used to Like" elitism t-shirts.

All content (c) 2000-2013 Richard Stevens 3

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