#628 – Plume

It’s interesting how the air currents in my house will keep some areas relatively dust free while coating others in a blizzard of gray fluffy snow. Usually the most frightening place is under one of the living room chairs. There is a very strong possibility that tiny creatures go there to die… and by die I mean explode into a fine powdery mist.

The Book of Biff #3 fun fact: The covers for all 3 books were created differently. Book #1 was drawn in Macromedia Flash, book #2 was drawn in Adobe Illustrator, book #3 was drawn in my dining room. Order your own copy today!

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29 thoughts on “#628 – Plume”

  1. barbarian1 says:

    agreed

  2. MadDavid says:

    Just one room? My entire house is like that!

    I’m responsible for vacuuming.

  3. i.half4 says:

    Theme: Cleaning up one helluva mess. Some messes clean up easy, others do take some time.

    (Biff did seem to be going the indirect route until after Tuesday)

  4. kryhavok says:

    My room is like that… finished basement with no airflow, 3 cats and a dog.

    Dust bunny extravaganza!

  5. i.half4 says:

    Hmmmm…

    Is Biff clearing away that dust, or redoing the room in gray?

  6. Drakey says:

    Heh… Biff is to dust what I am to chaos: not much of a threat.

  7. i.half4 says:

    “In a world of black and white, we meet half tone gray
    We’re different as day and night, I love you in the strangest way.”

    – Timbuk 3
    (Greetings from Timbuk 3)

  8. DracoZereul says:

    My room’s always like that. With all the statues, my dresser and desk, all cramped into a 10’x10′ space, thick layers of dust collect weekly. I can’t keep up with it.

  9. Chris says:

    Dusting? What’s that?

  10. Lethal Interjection says:

    Cool effect.

  11. RG says:

    I don’t think a feather duster would be very effective by this point…

  12. The Dustin says:

    I know how it is, the other day at work my boss told me to Dust the warehouse, and then was frightened by the black clouds stirred up when I was dusting. not looking forward to working 12-10 today though.

  13. speearr says:

    “…book #3 was drawn in my dining room…” – Chris

    What’s that supposed to mean…?

  14. Kurast says:

    My work gets dusted every so often. The TVs are the worst. The dust is so thick that when you use a duster it just gets spread like whiping up too much water with a single paper towel.

  15. MarkS says:

    It’s not dust, it’s insulation. Biff’s being green.

  16. SEA says:

    Ugh, dust. Apparently the location i live in translate to ‘dust’.

    Dust as far as the eye can see >_> (a layer on the computer, one on the desk. etc.)

  17. MaskedMan says:

    The dust bunnies under the couch and I have achieved dynamic ballance: I won’t dust under there, and they won’t leap up my nose and suffocate me; A sort of house-cleaning M.A.D.

  18. Chris says:

    @speearr – The cover for book #3 was drawn with pen and ink on paper.
    http://www.thebookofbiff.com/store/book-3-original-art-pack/

  19. William Syler says:

    @speearr
    In his dining room means that he used a fork, spoon, mac and cheese, and gravy as his tools.

  20. DTanza says:

    Meep.

    I hate dusting…..

    Guess that explains why my room needs an air filter….

  21. Seraphine says:

    eww. i’ve done that with dust too.
    if biff leaves it along long enough,
    i bet he could make a dusty snowman
    out of it. it beats cleaning every day.

  22. Heinrich says:

    i’ve been there… except with me, it was my computer, not a room.

  23. speearr says:

    @Chris & Syler: The 2 of you have to get your story straight…. hehe…

  24. Speakerblast says:

    imagine what that window looked like from the outside before biff started dusting 😛

    Also, Biff is lucky he found the window first and got some light streaming into the room

  25. reynard61 says:

    Dust bunnies? That’s nothing. My apartment has dust rhinos…

  26. Psymon says:

    Yeah…the dust is getting thick enough on top of the cupboards that I can see the lint starting to peek over the edge (Similar for the fridge, but I dust there occasionally because I can see the top). This house is horrible for cleaning–worse because once in a while the filth starts to bug me, so I either lie down until the feeling passes, or start cleaning until the obsession dies down. And then there are spaces I can’t get to that collect much more than just dust. (e.g. under the oven)
    I get the feeling that, even as relaxed as I usually am about cleaning, nobody else cares enough to actually do anything, and I won’t be the maid. I refuse to clean more than my fair share and a half. (but that portion does get done.)

  27. Ichfrei says:

    *sniffs comic* ha… ha… CHOOOO!

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