The Baby Boobie Cycle

This has got to be the least sexy comic about boobs ever. Although I bet somehow, someone gets turned on by this. Hey, whatever floats your boat.

Really though, I was explaining some of this to a single friend of mine recently, and he was in shock. He imagined it as being the most frustrating thing ever—giant perfect boobs that are mostly not for the touching. But, you know, babies change everything in that arena, at least in the earlier stages. So it’s not quite that bad. But it is kind of annoying to see this little person come along and steal your boobs away.

By the way, I would also like to say that in the grand scheme of things, us men can’t really complain about anything related to pregnancy and babies, since we pretty much do nothing the entire time. Just wanted to put that out there before some angry mom flames me.

Oh wait — one more thing. Yes, I hate stick figures in comics. So why stick figures in this one? Well, for one, I think it can be argued that these are not stick figures. But regardless, I wanted to draw a comic about boobs that was PC enough for most people to be able to read it wherever they are. I also wanted to rid the comic of the added element of sex that pops up whenever a boob is drawn in even the slightest realistic manner. So tahdah: stick figures with boobs. Good times.

5 responses to “The Baby Boobie Cycle

  1. Revolting

  2. A long time ago, I read an article in Psychology Today with the theory that when a breastfeeding woman starts foreplay, her breasts start to secrete, the baby smells the milk and starts to cry, ruining the mood. Supposedly this is the baby’s way of telling dad, “Leave my mother alone!”

    I doubt there’s anything to this…it’s probably just more of the evo-psych bullshit that Psychology Today specializes in. Still, it fits with your babies-ruin-boobies motif.

  3. I found this comic difficult to masturbate to, but then I took an arrow in the knee.

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