#304 – Float

That’s something that we will hopefully be able to do soon. Get a new kitchen floor. It seems like the hardest part about doing projects like that can be choosing the colors. I think maybe we should get tile that perfectly matches a dropped peanut butter and jelly sandwich. That would surely save some time in the future.

The guest strip I did for Silent Kimbly goes up today. Check it out!

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  1. P. Reaper says:

    His kitchen is like my family room… a floor of tiles.

  2. Drake94 says:

    I hope we don’t have to renovate any time soon, since this house is under a year old…

    Food stain colored tile would definitely save time, though…

  3. Chuck says:

    Did Biff confuse kitchen tiles and pool tiles again?

  4. Ah, I recently changed my kitchen tiles. They used to be white and now they’re light brown. Now it doesn’t LOOK as dirty as it used to.

    Biff should get some waterproof kitchen tile.. Stuff.

  5. Micah says:

    His street is still flooded from yesterday’s comic?

  6. Brett says:

    Nah, his kitchen’s still flooded from when he decided to unclog the sink with flour..

    I wonder how Biff’s going to avoid getting smacked in the face when he tries to replace the spring loaded tiles..

  7. ratboy says:

    u guys have all the luck. all the houses i have lived in except this townhouse i am currently living in. have had carpet in the bathrooms and kitchen. if the floor ever got wet it stayed that way for like 2 days. stains all over the kitchen floor. mom finally got a carpet shampooer thingy and that took care of most of em tho.

    1. Rik says:

      We have carpet in our bathroom. It’s mouldy and slimy in places. Completely disgusting.

  8. It also would be easier to breathe that way… although I suppose Biff has developed branchia already.

  9. Andrew says:

    How…, On second thought I don’t want to know haw his kitchen got flooded.

  10. Eleanor says:

    Good thing he can breathe underwater. Those springloaded tiles are gonna be a pain.

  11. When I was little I always had a dream that my house flooded and I went swimming through the halls and rooms. And then I had dreams where the house was upside down and I was walking on the ceiling looking up at my dad/brother.. I dont get those dreams anymore.

  12. trueblaze says:

    I was wondering how Biff was able to breath considering he was under water, but then it occured to me that one of the previous comics mentioned something about him having anphybian DNA.

  13. LordRetard says:

    I have to say, all of the times that I’ve helped put tile down, it’s *still* pretty tough regardless. I hate home renovation. It’s one of those things that makes *everyone* angry.

  14. dragonbrad says:

    the tile in my kitchen is awful, its like the cheap stick-on-tile, and the people in the house before me used to smoke so we found an old cigarete but, on the tile.

  15. Green says:

    It’s a good thing Biff has amphibious blood in him…

  16. A Captain says:

    Heh, when I read Chris’ little monologue under the comic, I had only scrolled down far enough to see the first line; “That’s something that we will hopefully be able to do soon.”

    I thought he was going to speculate on how awesome the future would be when we–humanity as a whole–could tile our kitchens underwater or something like that. But no, it was just mundane chit-chat about renovations.

    Speaking of mundane home improvements, I just got some really sweet wooden venetian blinds. Hopefully they’re not water-tight, so if I flood my apartment the water will flow out the windows. I don’t think my landlady would be please, otherwise.

  17. AwesomeAud says:

    I guess he didn’t pay his oxygen bill again!

  18. Synchro593 says:

    The amphibian genes come in handy yet again~!

  19. Kozo the Kid says:

    … has anyone else but me noticed that Biff coulda just opened the window!?

  20. Lord 13 says:

    Biff is too good too open the windows. I’d like to see his water bill.
    Anywho, when I read Chris’s little blurb I thought he meant he hoped he could drain out his kitchen soon.
    Does anyone besides me get the feeling Biff flooded his kitchen for the express purpose of changing the tiles? Like maybe it cause the spring loaded ones to go off so he could dismantle them without getting hit.

  21. Ela says:

    I know that feeling…

  22. Craig Cam says:

    i have a theory that biff is actualy just a stupider version of god, i mean all the things he does that would kill anyone else is amazing. Plus if he moved to scotland he could flood his kitchen and not get a bill, for here in bonnie ol scotland we dont have water bills.

  23. soulofaqua says:

    Have you guys seen the description of the book of biff on topwebcomics.com? the small one says Weird crap 5 days a week! I find it an outrage that they use the word crap to describe biff our lucky charm that sucks up bad luck so that we don’t get it

  24. Garrett says:

    Our kitchen sometimes gets a tiny stream of water underneath the stove from the washing machine. It goes right across the path to the bathroom, so I try not to wear socks whenever walking to the bathroom. We keep old towels ready for things like that.
    Our bathroom used to have carpet, which made no sense. Thankfully, our landlord decided to remodel the kitchen and bathroom a few years back, and we threw in a request for linoleum in the bathroom, so we can now safely drip water on the bathroom floor without it soaking in, staying, and molding. The linoleum was laid haphazardly, as the remodelers weren’t professionals(the kitchen is tilted and the silverware drawer could never close), but it serves the purpose.
    I hope we can afford to get out of this house soon…

  25. Garrett says:

    Oh, and I love your Silent Kimbly guest comic. I saw it before this, since my rss feeds are in alphabetical order(“Silent” before “The”). The art style seems a little different than the Biff comics. Maybe it’s just the change of characters that makes it look so different, though.

  26. Chris says:

    soulofaqua – Actually, I wrote that description. 🙂 I was short on time and just typed the first thing that popped into my head. Do you have a suggestion for a better description?

  27. Jabberwocky says:

    I just read the whole comic from beginning to end, & in only one sitting. Well worth my time, I might add. =) Very funny and clever.

    Anyway, it would be fun to try and sit on the spring-loaded tiles with the kitchen in It’s aquatic state. You’d be just like a flying fish, if you could avoid slamming into walls and ceilings.

  28. soul of aqua says:

    there you pose a good question Chris… not really, maybe working out what I said about him being our good luck charm

  29. Bryce says:

    thanks for the silent kimbly link.

    i’ve just found myself another webcomic to watch.

    keep up the great work!

  30. Radical Edward says:

    In my new house, we have hardwood floor. It’s easier to clean, but it also has a interesting look.

    Note to self: Drain, then tile.

  31. Elkian says:

    BACK to the amphibious heritage.

  32. chrome says:

    wow, biff really chooses the right times to do things

  33. Humbart says:

    Don’t forget every 27th green one is spring-loaded!

  34. Nikko says:

    I have a kitchen floor that looks like the linloeum company just took all the scrap material they could find, swirled it all together, and rolled it out in sheets. It’s mostly brown from a distance, but if you look close enough you can find just about anything. When dealing with small objects in the kitchen you must watch them at all times. If you drop one and don’t either see or hear approximately where it fell there is a good chance you may never see it again.

  35. Dzelda says:

    How in the hell did Biff flood the kitchen. This time?!!?!?

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