Episode 3 of my Arsenal sitcom, and Mr Usmanov is still looking for more . . .
Imaginary Arsenal is entirely fictional. I think.
(If you’re not in the UK, you probably won’t get the joke about Jimmy Savile. There’s some background here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jim%27ll_Fix_It.)
Catch up with episodes 1 and 2 of Imaginary Arsenal here:
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7 thoughts on “Imaginary Arsenal: Episode 3”
Sorry mate, but that isn’t the slightest bit funny, fair play for taking time to entertain people, but seriously it’s not remotely funny.
Can’t please everyone, can I.
Why don’t you tell us a joke then.
Haha I don’t have any, that’s why I don’t have my own website to share my ‘comic genius’….
What’s the point of having a comment section if you just insult anyone for sharing a different view to yourself?
I haven’t started the insults yet mate, I was just inviting you to do better, which shouldn’t be too hard should it?
Mate, I’m all saying is the point of the comments section is for people to ‘comment’ on the article
I’ve made my comment, and don’t see why I being baited to tell a joke or make a better comic strip
Your a Gooner, I’m a Gooner, I have absolutely nothing against you mate, and I admire that you are trying to make fellow fans laugh, all I’m saying is that I personally didnt find it that funny.
Harsh. I thought it was original and quite funny myself.
I think it’s great that you’ve put the time into an original idea like this. Makes for a far more interesting read than simply -another- blog about Arsenal.
As for the nay-sayers, if you can’t say something nice don’t say anything at all. Yes, the comments section is for commenting but how about providing some legitimate criticism, or saying something constructive. Providing such a knee-jerk, basic and spiteful comment really does nobody any favours. You seriously input your e-mail address and name to say that? Little bit sad.
Anyway back to the blog post, I didn’t get the Jimmy Savile bit but as I’ve said I think it’s an original idea and a novel approach to new Gooner-fanzine-esque Arsenal humour. Next time perhaps you could try a smaller font. I think that would go some way to neatening up the panels. Just my opinion though.