Our Most Sincere Apology

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Pesky Gremlins Comic 168 – Our Most Sincere Apology

Our Most Sincere Apology

Ok, I admit it.  I screwed up on the last cartoon (#167) and posted a cartoon with spelling errors.  It probably wasn’t the first time and it is most unlikely to be the last.  The funny thing is I checked the spelling with MS Word but I think I did one to many CTL-Z (undos) with the version that I ended up saving. I would like to thank those of you who quietly pointed out my mistake (and received a free Pesky Gremlins T-shirt for your trouble).   The good news is that it gave me the opportunity to do THIS cartoon.

8 thoughts on “Pesky Gremlins Comic 168 – Our Most Sincere Apology

  1. I’m glad you have seen fit to seek out our forgivness on this mater. I have reconsider contracting the appropriate authoritys on this issue and hope this never happen again. Athough, there is a pending lawsuit against, you and this strip dew to the fact I have been pemantlty damaged by these mispellings and blantened disreguard for my visual safetey.

    1. Oh man! I hate dealing with our legal department. Could we settle this for a T-shirt?

  2. When you work with Gremlins, stuff happens. The beauty of on-line cartooning/publishing is that when you find a mistake your just correct it and repost the comic and most likely only one of your two readers will have even seen the mistake. 🙂

    1. I wish that I could say that I planned the spelling error or that I could blame actual gremlin. But it was me. I was about to log on to the website and correct it when I thought of this cartoon. The new cartoon seemed much more fitting (and fun to draw) in a strip dealing with gremlins. I had the new strip drawn very quickly but I kept finding MORE unintentional spelling errors in the text!

  3. When life hands you misspelled words, make a comic strip!

    1. Exactly, gotta play with the cards that you are dealt. Although, in this case, I was technically the dealer…

  4. Spelling mistakes are inevitable in the world of self-editing. Since most people are visual readers, I doubt anyone would’ve noticed it. Of course, being a visual reader is exactly why we don’t see it either :/

    1. Actually, I did have several people (more than one!) point out my spelling mistake. They were also the ones who laughed the most at this cartoon 🙂

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