#588 – Comfy

It’s weird how sometimes my brain forgets how car doors work and I crack my head on the roof when I’m getting in or out. It’s bad enough having to endure the pain, but when you leave work at the same time as a bunch of other people you get the bonus effect of starring in your own one person slapstick comedy show.


24 thoughts on “#588 – Comfy”

  1. Drakey says:

    I have never had that problem, but then, I’m short, so hey.

    I do find myself marvelling at Biff’s strength.

  2. Chris says:

    I think that’s one of the biggest problem with everything being outsourced to Asia, it all comes back smaller and I’m not a small guy. I find myself constantly ducking and living in constant fear that the incredible shrinking world is going to leave me barefoot and wearing capris

  3. PsychoDuck says:

    Here’s what I thought when I saw the pic:

    “Biff realizes he accidentally sat in the ejector seat”

    I dunno, I thought it looked a bit like he was flying.

    The Duck Has Spoken.

  4. BigJoeMex says:

    I know what that is like! I remember I was so nervous at the end of driving lessons that I’d try to get off the car without taking the seatbelt off; however, I don’t think I can tear the whole seat clean off!

    Biff has to be super strong for that. He has to be, after getting savagely exploded so often.

  5. Lethal Interjection says:

    If my seatbelts were attached to my seat, I probably could’ve done that in my first car near the end. The floor underneath the seat was rusting out so bad, I was lounging considerably while driving.

  6. Just Ryan says:

    Biff must have bought a convertible. although i did have the same thought as Mr. Duck above me about the ejector seat…

  7. RG says:

    Same here with the ejector seat. Either Biff’s super strong or his car just took too much of a beating lately. I’m gonna go with the latter.

  8. The Dustin says:

    My first thought was “That’s a good Idea, having a backpack with a seat attached.

  9. LOL Once again I tried to make an alternate caption before reading the original, and mine was almost exactly the same as this one.

  10. Dave says:

    Chris: I know how that “everything comes back from Asia is much smaller” thing works. I have two motorscooters: one is Japanese, and the other is Italian. The Japanese one, I have to be sure to quickly move my knee out of the way if I’m making a sharp turn, otherwise I bash my knee with the handlebar. The Italian one suffers from no such problems, although Japanese people tend to complain bitterly about how huge their Italian bikes are.

  11. slashemp says:

    BigJoeMax: When I was taking my driver’s test, the first part was for the lady to check my brake lights and stuff, make sure they all work. So I get in the car, she walks to the back, and she goes “Let’s do left blinker first” so I turn the left blinker on, there’s this awkward silence, and she goes “You need to turn the car on first, sweetie.”

    Yeah. I was a little bit nervous.

  12. Wannabeelf says:

    that’s nothing. i’ve slammed my head in the car door before.

  13. Cuzn Jimmy says:

    My mom had one of those late 80’s model Camrys with the electric seatbelt that would automatically move when you opened or closed the door. I’m really surprised that thing didn’t take my head off a few times. I was always getting caught in it.

  14. Neo Cloudski says:

    I help out on my mother’s paper route. I often end up sleeping in the truck between some of the further apart houses on dirt roads. Being tall, I have to keep the seat as far back as possible, as well as slightly leaned back just to be comfortable enough to sit. The problem is when a sudden turn or bump happens while I am asleep, I usually end up awake as my head slams into where the shoulder strap is held next to the door.

    I’m curious if my skull or the hard plastic will win in the end.

  15. MaskedMan says:

    Yeah, I went to the James Bond place, too – For an instant, I thought Biff had suffered an Ejection Seat-related mishap.

  16. Izual Shima says:

    Another explanation…

    The seat comes off so easily when Biff gets out without taking off the seatbelt, precisely ‘cos it’s meant to unattach itself with ease, having an actual eject option.

    Boring, plain, but catering to Biff Logic®

  17. no name says:

    Wouldn’t the seatbelt rip before the seat ripped?

  18. @ Cuzn Jimmy – I don’t think it could take your head off more than once 🙂

    @ no name – quit being logical. You’re in BIFF’S WORLD now!

  19. no name says:

    Can’t argue with that. If I do, I’d be being logical.

  20. pockafwye says:

    For me it’s unlocking the door to get out of the car. Unlock, relock, pull latch. Unsuccessful sequence every time, and yet I persist in trying it when there’s someone there to notice.

  21. Colin says:

    state the obvious:


  22. Hornswaggler says:

    I just love the fact that it took him that long to realize that he was still carrying a seat with him. XDD

  23. YukiSnowflake says:

    doing stuff in the wrong order week?
    i dunno…

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