Central Character Dead
Before we start I should let you know that I don't really hate Fred Basset.
Hate is much too strong a word, all too often used these days to express dislike of everything from pop songs to electrical gadgets. Hatred should be reserved for all that is genuinely awful in our world, such as war, pestilence and pain.
And besides, Fred Basset is so excruciatingly bland that hating it would be akin to hating kitchen chairs.
This one was way too easy
Cartoon dog molestation is funnier than Fred Bassett
Thesaurus + Fred Bassett + MS Paint = a funnier, more intelligent strip
Homophobia is funnier than Fred Bassett
Cereal commercials are funnier than Fred Bassett
Stating the bleeding obvious is funnier than Fred Bassett
Boring Bloody Bastard Bassett Boredom in Binary
The punchline is number 4
Sarcasm, the lowest form of wit, is funnier than Fred Basset
It's amazing, no matter what I do, however crude, offensive or low brow it may be, it always turns out funnier than the original strip.
The first in a series of beastiality gags, which are all funnier than the original strip
This one will be put on a T-shirt and sold as merchandise
Sprite comics are funnier than Fred Basset
Here is some more cartoon violence for our genuinely violent world
Online translation service + Fred Basset + MS paint = a funnier, more intellegent strip
I sometimes wonder if I have a little too much free time
A good example of less sometimes being more
Mild racism is funnier than a Fred Bassett strip
Note: I am not a racist - I hate all humans in equal measure.
Fred Bassett + Dictionary + MS Paint = a better, more intelligent strip
Cunt hammers are said to be three times stonger than even the most powerful bastard sword.
Copy + Paste + IMDB = a funnier, more intelligent comic strip
Vicar Killer, Sequel to Priest Killer VI
Toddler style vandalism is funnier than Fred Basset
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Modern Day Re-imaging of the Fred Basset Franchise - a Cartoon Strip You've Likely Never Heard of
All Original artwork by Alex Graham/Michael Martin