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Chat Icons

Can’t seem to find the right image to hide behind when you meet your friends and lovers on the astral plane of chat? Try these on for size!

Journal Icons

These were so popular, we were asked to stop. But we didn't stop!

Podcast

David and Dale have recorded themselves jabbering on about nothing in particular! After answering a bit of reader mail, they interview the popular character "Paul" and listen to a song from Swedish band The Silhouette Sines, inspired by the comic.

Right-click and Save: M4A version RECOMMENDED
(enhanced for iTunes and iPods, it includes graphics and chapter bookmarks)

~ or ~

Right-click and Save: MP3 version
(just a plain old mp3, it's got none of that extra stuff AND it's a bigger file)

Join the conversation about it here. We'd love to get your feedback.

Wallpapers

What better way to advertise your desperation than with one (or more!) of these fashionable wallpaper files? Friends visiting your filthy nest will ask about it when they are searching for a way to hide their discomfort.

The yet-unnamed girlfriend waiting in an Italian sports car pouts provocatively.

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Overeducated Jampot's boss has sought professional counceling for his inexplicable ennui.

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The psychiatrist's weight problem makes him appear an even more sympathetic listener.

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Dale and David take to the skies! But David flies too high and the humbling might of the sun burns his wings.

Based on a popular story.

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David lies in the snow, waiting for his date. He's starting to get cold.

This scene is from the popular episode, GETTING OVER WOMEN.

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The reverse Big Bang (as depicted in episode 31) makes an ideal desktop for those of us who need a little reminder to get busy.

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Cyber Pets

If you don’t take these adorable creatures home they will have to be put to sleep!

 
(c) David Hellman and Dale Beran 2005