saw this a few times on FB pages.
This cartoon doesn't make any sense.
Q:Why would she go home with him?
A: Because she wants to have sex, you idiot.
Q:Fine, but if he's just going surfing anyway, why does he want her there?
A: Because he wants her to get naked and watch him surf, duh.
Q:Sounds strange, but fair enough. So why is he naked?
A: You got me there.
In related news:
fuck it. looks good to me :)
The cartoon makes sense, it highlights the difference in mindset between surfers and non-surfer that surfing good waves is better then have sex with a beautiful women. We also don't know the dynamic of the relationship if they have been dating for awhile or married then surfing is a no brainer.
Maybe he is trunking it? It's an alien concept for us northerners.
Q: "So why is he naked?"
A: He's not "naked." Look at the boardshorts outline below the board.
Timing is everything. A day when I can have both (regardless of the order) is a day of double goodness. Add in a nap and a good micro brew and we're talking paradise.
I interpreted those as butt cheek cleavage. Fleshcolored, daisyduke board shorts it is!
Ah, what's throwing me is the "Nooner" title. If the artist intended for the comic to be titled that, I maintain my line of questioning (Feel free to continue debating nakedness - it's fun!). However if that was editorial on @fin's part, @yahguy makes fair points - could be a married couple of 15 years who just arrived to a seedy motel by the beach. Most married couples of 15 years would want to deflower the room upon arrival. Not our hero! Tasty waves in front, offshore winds and D-cups at his back.
@sandcastle. completely agree. although I would throw in a joint, a bottle of zin and a nice dinner after the nap. oh, and a rainstorm while I'm going to sleep. with Salma Hayek.
Nooner is not the title ( it had none) ? please make your own-
nice, @sandcastle; my perfect day has gotta have 'the trifecta':
- a little sump'n sump'n with the wife
- a good, stoke-inducing sesh
- some kickass music (either catching a show, or making some)
If you look real close at the back of their vehicle, it says "Just Married." So a "Nooner" is not necessarily what the title should read because having just gotten married, I doubt very much they'ed be arriving at the Hotel around noon(ish).
Brings an entire new meaning to the word bored/board on her honeymoon.
Wave Glider, It's obvious you've read a lot of Penthouse (cartoons) and study these things very carefully :D