Girl Illustrates Her Everyday Struggles In 61 Funny Comics (New Pics)
Meg Quinn is the artist behind the Art By Moga comics. She calls herself a "cocoa drinking, cat snuggling, comics artist and illustrator based out of sunny Seattle, WA" and draws funny relatable stories based on her day to day experiences.
The artist draws comics about her cute and funny quirks, relationship with now husband and the adventures with their puppy Boedy.
The artist started sharing her art online in 2013 and over the years developed a distinct, colorful style. Meg is inspired by other artists, such as Brittney Lee, Emily Carroll, Britt Meyers, Loish, and HamletMachine.
Take a look at her newest comics below and if you want more, you can find two other posts we already did about Moga here and here.
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Simon and Garfunkel will forever highlight moments of misery
This is why we have internet pirates...not that I ever use stuff like that, coz, its bad.
Your dog is trying to tell you something. A: Stop ignoring him by wearing headphones. B: Stop hugging that pillow instead of him. C: Stop putting potentially tasty things in the recycling. D: Okay, I'm not touching that one.
That's EXACTLY what I was thinking! That's a lie. I was actually excited that she might be listening to the same podcasts I do!
Have you tried sitting on the toilet for hours? Butt cramp is real. Why are the taps tiny stegosaurs? - You can't unsee it now. Those lit candles above the waste paper basket worry me. I pity a plant that has to live its life in a toilet. Okay I'm done now.
These simply must be read in the voice of Sir David Frederick Attenborough
Hahaha my poor son was traumatised by a friends dog doing this (this story is grim just a heads up). We were potty training my son and he was doing really well. My husband took him round to see a friend and my son needed to poop, my husband bought the potty and my son successfully completed his business. He was giving a celebratory cheer for a well performed poop... when the dog spotted the potty, dived towards it and ate the contents before any of the horrified onlookers could stop it. My poor son was just horrified, and also a little sad that he was not now able to say 'bye bye' to his poop in the toilet.
Such a polite way and unassuming way to handle the situation
Idk about dogs, but cats don't eat/drink anything cold, probably because they can't smell it. I thought it would be awesome to give my cats cat milk directly from the fridge in the summer since it's a warm country, but they wouldn't even sniff it. When it was room temp they slurped it down as always.