Getting ripped.

Recently my self esteem is being very low. I feel my body not attractive and the urgent need to start working out.
My Roommate is a professional beach volleyball player. He is always in shape so I thought I would get some advice from him.
So I told him I wanted to get ripped like him. He was proud of my decision and he supported me right away.
He started giving me all these hardcore proteins including this one that replaces meals.
He told me to stop eating cookies. They are the ripped man's worst enemy.
Broccoli is your best friend!!! Eat the veggies and all the green stuff you can find.
Then I thought about it and came to the conclusion that being skin and bones is not so bad.
Sorry roomy but I'll stick with the cookies for now.

Comments

kirun said…
GO YOU!
Tooninator said…
your stories are friggin' hilarious. Great art as well.
Vijay B.Raibole said…
hilarious!!!!!
Kendra Melton said…
these are all wonderful! My favorite panel is the "no Cookie" one, the roommates face is hysterical, awesome stuff!
Stephan Royer said…
Wait a minute! Is this real? I can relate to the skinny lil guy and thought the same thing, so as I read I was taking notes as to what I can do. Ultimately I'd probably reach the same conclusion haha so thank you for posting!
Yeti said…
the only muscles you need are drawing muscles
Dougmian said…
Amazing! You really should eat more broccolis!
pakoto said…
so great!! nice work leo
Skim said…
Awwww so cute!! I support your decision!! :D
Randeep Katari said…
Fantastic Leo, just fantastic.

R.
RZ said…
Cookies are where it's at.
lorelay bove said…
ha ha! That's a funny little story Leo! and I like those drawings :)
G1toons said…
very fun stories, its funny since i sit in front of the computer for to long my new year routine now consists of running and push ups ha ha this is so funny
Munchanka said…
haha! I can sympathize. I have two giant vats of protein powder. Both are half-eaten, from both of my attempts to become healthy. I'm about to order a third.
Huck said…
Great linework man! Nice blog too! I'm a new fan.
Braden said…
hahahaha. awesome.
michaelamos said…
Great drawings! A story is true to my life too (although I at least do not have a professional vollyball player around the house to rub it in!) I think I will have another cookie!
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