#42 – Sofa

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  1. Cat L says:

    Ugh, I know that feeling.

  2. Chryssta says:

    Or up the stairs to your apartment…

  3. Calthin says:

    At least it was a free sofa when that happened to me.

  4. Fenix says:

    That means I’ll have to memorize the size of my door once I live by myself =S…

  5. Affet says:

    Douglas Adams wrote a book about this, actually.

  6. colin says:

    where’s his tv plugged in?

  7. king says:

    you can see the cord going up the porch and into the window, I belive

  8. Mikado says:

    Dirk Gently’s Holistic Detective Agency.

  9. zantarath says:

    That sucks. It’s like when I was helping friends move, and we took the couch walked all the way to his door, and realized it wouldn’t fit. He had to get a new door afterwards.

  10. Wannabeelf says:

    usually, if you take the door off the hinges you can get it to fit through the frame. but then you have to put the dor back up.

  11. techturtle says:

    So is the fact that this comic is about a topic in a Douglas Adams book and also comic number 42 intentional or just a coincidence?

  12. DemonRex says:

    So, being Biff, why didn’t he just detroy half his house trying to get it in through a window?

  13. Haz-Matt says:

    I second Techturtle’s question.

  14. Chris says:

    I was very sad when Douglas Adams died. (does that answer your question?)

  15. Radical Edward says:

    42…They say it is the meaning of life.

    Whatever, I would feel kind of screwed over if the sofa can’t fit…

  16. This happened when we bought the house I currently live in. We couldn’t get the furniture in. But then we lifted it up to the balcony and got it in through the balcony door.

  17. Rachel says:

    When I was quite young this happened to us. Our home was a split level entry, and the couch made it in the door, up the stairs, and didn’t fit through the door at the top. My father was puzzled for bit. Then he smiled broadly, got the powertools out and proceeded to cut a wider entry way.
    Mom was not pleased.

  18. AA Shades says:

    Buzz saw, liquid nails, a couple of insane freinds, a already lost security deposit, and a afternoon of free time.

    My solution to this problem. heck, *any* problem.

  19. Grexxor says:

    I’m wondering if the door was a good deal, considering he can’t seem to get Biff through the door much less the couch.

  20. Rhea Dark says:

    The meaning of life is ice. Poor people have it in winter, and rich people have it in summer.

    Badly quited kinkyFriedman.

  21. Elkian says:

    king – the window’s SHUT.

  22. EMC says:

    actually, I do remember seeing a couple on the tube getting their couch through the window…it was quite strange.

  23. Aleri Aleri says:

    CHRIS! YOU RHYMED!!!! OMEGOD!

  24. gurgi says:

    this IS a mix of douglas adams and dr. seuss is it not?

  25. Hornswaggler says:

    Radical Edward; 1: LOVE your name. xD Ed ROCKS. aand 2: 42 is the answer to life, the universe, and everything. O: Biff can just use the power of 42!!! Somehow…or the flaming hammers. -shrug-

  26. figgyleaf says:

    USE THE FLAMING HAMMERS TO BASH IT THROUGH!!!!
    GRAWHHHHHHHHHH!!!!
    Bang,Bang,Bang!!!!

  27. Lare says:

    Hahah.. This is exactly what happen to me. This problem can be solved by using a shovel and flying kicks. And not only do you get your bargain sofa inside, but for the same price it doubles as a sofa bed.

  28. spidercow says:

    I know what tool to use!
    SLEDGEHAMMMMMMEEERRRRRR!
    Seriously, you can fix anything with a sledgehammer! Houses, other sledgehammers, marriages… what can’t you fix with a sledgehammer?

    I mean windows and electronics and stuff like that, maybe, but that depends on what your definition of “fix” is.

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