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Your Life is Complete: The "Our Valued Customers" Collection Has Shipped [VIDEO]

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Your Life is Complete: The “Our Valued Customers” Collection Has Shipped [VIDEO]

If you’re reading this, you’re probably a terrible person. But it’s okay, we all are! Tim Chamberlain discovered that while working in a comic store, where nerds and jerks of all stripes converge to out-prick each other, and over the years, he’s captured our worst moments in comic strip format for somber reflection. And hilarity.

Your Life is Complete: The "Our Valued Customers" Collection Has Shipped [VIDEO]

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Thanks to Kickstarter, Chamberlain was able to compile every Our Valued Customers strip (almost *1,600* of them) in one massive, pleasing volume. Share my joy upon opening it for the first time. Oh s--t, I enjoyed something — please don’t kick me out of the club!!!


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