#443 – Adhesion

I had a lot of fun with glue back in grade school. I liked to spread it thin on my hand or arm and then peel it off later… “Look I’m peeling my skin off!” I also liked to make different colored glues. We would pull the felt out of a felt tip marker and put it down into the center of the bottle. A few days later… blue glue!

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0 thoughts on “#443 – Adhesion”

  1. PsychoDuck says:

    Biff is quite the connoisseur! A 1942 Elmer’s Original with a dash of malt powder is surely the epitome of class!

    The Duck Has Spoken.

  2. Merserve says:

    We used to pour glue into the indent in our pencil cases, take the back out of the felt market, pour water into the felt and blow on it. then it would spray super cool colours into the glue and in about a day, Voila! A fancy pants bookmark!
    We got into a LOT of trouble for wrecking felts that way 😛

  3. megatracker says:

    haha! I’ve been reading this for a while now and this is my first comment!

    anyway I also loved putting glue on my had and peeling it off later 🙂

  4. Kitch says:

    Mmm… Malt

  5. MOD says:

    i too used to do the glue thing, i think at one point i lost my friends because they thought i had a weird skin disease…….

  6. MaskedMan says:

    Glue wasn’t really my thing. And I could never understand the paste-eaters, either.

  7. RFPT says:

    sometimes it seems that Biff is just Ethan with long eyebrows…

  8. trueblaze says:

    …I have nothing to say about this one……

  9. GK says:

    I wonder how Biff discovered the taste of glue…On second thought, I don’t think I want to know.

  10. AwesomeAud says:

    I don’t think we’ve ever seen Biff’s mouth like that!

  11. Address says:

    It says “433” not “443”

  12. Chris says:

    @Address – Fixed!

  13. Eternal Darkness says:

    Wow… 0_o Biff just continues to amaze me again and again…
    I seriously think I’ll try that…just to see.

  14. Seraphine says:

    I’ve tasted glue, but it isn’t my favorite industrial food.

  15. ZenKai says:

    Favorite Industrial Food would be a good name for a band.

  16. PsychoDuck says:

    @ ZenKai:

    With band member names like Glue, Surplus Meat Product and Government Approved Genetically-Altered Vegetables.

    The Duck Has Spoken.

  17. roy_vf1s says:

    Dang, the duck spoke twice in one day; time to adjust my meds. O_o

    I never messed with glue in school, but I’ve seen some pretty good glue stories happen. This girl who sat across the room from me my whole school life decided one day in fourth grade that she would like to glue her fingers together to avoid classwork.

    Well, she tried, and tried, and tried to glue her fingers together with some strange glue that would not stick to her fingers no matter what. She got out of class because of it, though – the glue ran down her arm in such quanitity that it stuck to her desk and her shirt had to be cut off at the sleeve to get her out of her chair.

  18. Andrew says:

    Since nobody’s mentioned it, HAPPY VALENTINES DAY TO ALL!

  19. PsychoDuck says:

    My my, roy_vf1s. That sounds like it was quite the sticky situation 😉

    The Duck Has Now Spoken THREE Times. Remind roy_vf1s To Get His Prescription Increased.

  20. Trevor says:

    Yes, I do believe we have a theme week!

  21. Jackson says:

    What exactly is malt powder? Not familiar with it.

  22. some kid says:

    it’s gooood

    thats all you need to know Jackson

  23. roy_vf1s says:

    Are you just that young, Jackson? Malt powder is just that – powder made from malted barley (the same stuff that’s the base for beer). It’s the stuff you add to milk to make the stuff in the center of malted milk balls, or more famously to ice cream shakes to make malts. It adds a very distinctive tastes. Google for more info.

    That duck is talking again? I must’ve eaten a strange pizza and fallen asleep watching Howard the Duck again. 😛

  24. Laughingfox says:

    Whoa, without Biff’s over hanging large squiggly line for a mouth he looks a lot younger. =]

  25. Chezetoats says:

    Just don’t try putting Gorilla Glue on your hand. You will rip the skin off your hand before you get that stuff off.

  26. FriskyF says:

    I used to do the exact same thing Chris….EXACT…>.>….Creepy.

  27. Caitlin says:

    Not knowing malt powder has nothing to do with being young – I’ve only just turned seventeen and was madly in love with the tin of malt powder in our pantry until we ran out (I mourn for thee, malt powder). Malt flavour is only the tastiest ever invented. I would eat malt-anything, even glue. Biff has the right idea. I used to put it on ice cream instead of milo (… is it weird to put milo on ice cream? I don’t know…) and also to make malt flavoured milk (you can buy vanilla malt flavoured milk, and it is tasty and my favourite).
    … I think I have a malt problem. *hangs head in shame*
    (Hi, I’m Caitlin.
    Hi Caitlin.
    And I have a problem.)

  28. Jackson says:

    I figured it had something to do with malt balls and milkshake-style malts. I just wasn’t sure exactly what. I guess it wouldn’t have been too hard to figure out.

  29. kiwi dragon says:

    mmm, glue, my friend brout crazy glue to school and stuck his hanfd to his pencil, then he got freaked out and yanked it off, then his hand started to bleed, what a fun last day of school that was

  30. Gaara1357 says:

    LOL kiwi! I wish that could happen to a kid named Chase Blackshear. He’s the class turd.

  31. the asian says:

    what about play-doh

  32. KZero says:

    I was confused until I saw you mention glue below the comic. I thought it was a milk bottle. A label would have been good.

  33. Chelsey-Wa says:

    I used to pull it off my skin too =3

  34. mg10n says:

    I loved peeling glue off my skin! My friends always wondered why I was pouring glue on my hands during art, but later in the middle of class, I’d get to slowly peel it off, and, much to my amusement, it’d look just like my fingerprint or thumbprint or whatever I’d put the glue on. 🙂

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