Thursday, May 31, 2012

Power of Imaginary Punch

At a young age my brother mastered the art of playing by himself. As he would any other day, he was in a room playing fighting against his powerful enemy with weapons he made out of cardboard boxes. Thinking he might want a company, I went to see how he was doing and found him like so.

Sometimes his imaginary enemies are a lot  stronger than he can handle.

(But don't worry, in the end he won by throwing the Holy Mackerel at his enemy.)


  1. hahahahahha!!!! your brother sounds like a champion!

    that quote "well...I just got punched."

    1. He totally is. One time I was expressing how impressed I was at his ability to fight with an imaginary competition and do a commentary on what he was doing at the same time. When I asked how he does it, he simply replied, "Years of practice." And when I asked how he keeps the fight quite fair, he said, "It's hard. When I was younger I never got punched!" Then he added, "But I still always win." He's awesome.

  2. Haha, this comic is so true! Our brother does the same thing. :)