This is the most baffling thing I’ve seen all week. Among other questions I could ask….why does she store sandwiches and coffee in there?
What the hell kind of accent is that? Franco-Asia-Appalachian?
These days comics are much more likely to show the full frontal propeller and not just a coy amount of cross-section.
“Jin-Jay show how everything work. Work hard, blow water. You ride sea bicycle long time.”
Oh, man, I’ll bet she could blow the water out of a sea bicycle… wait, er…
They make those machines nowadays too, but they’re even smaller, about the size of an end table. You can see them in action at kink.com.
Even still, I refuse to believe Jin-Jay is not a mermaid.
Is it me or is this post is very Boing-Boingesque?
To be truly Boing-Boingesque, you’d have to have Cory Doctorow in there prattling about Disneyland and DRM.
I am equal parts offended and titillated. And I also want coffee and sandwiches.
“Jin-Jay not catch anything — except perhaps ze sailormen!”
Hate to be the one to tell you this, sweetheart, but some of the sailormen, they’re saying that they might have caught a little something, if you know what I mean.
I’m going to start using “your propeller is showing” as a euphemism for…everything.
Jin-Jay love you long time!
Coffee? Extra comb? Batteries? It’s like an underwater Baxter Building. (And I’m glad the artist pointed out the “water line”; otherwise, I’d be totally confused.)
Tom, the interesting thing about the water line is that it appears to be part of her explanation of how the contraption works.
One time at a club in Bangkok, I asked a girl to blow water out of her sea bicycle, and they threw me out.