These five Singaporean comics will chase your Monday blues away
If you need a pick-me-up for those miserable Monday blues, look no further.
These Singaporean comics, which were featured on MustShareNews, will make you laugh (or at least chuckle) with their hilarious, uniquely Singaporean take on life.
Despite its name, we don't think the comics are badly drawn at all.
Angie, the cartoonist behind Badly Drawn Comics, should have a look at my doodles to know exactly what is bad.
She claims to have drawn these comics under 15 minutes. That's just awesome.
Here, she perfectly encapsulates the feeling when you open the door and see your neighbours. The dilemma: Should I talk to them or come out when they are not there anymore? Angie advises you to suck it up and say hi.
We absolutely love Andimoo's absolutely Singaporean take on the most Singaporean of issues. I mean come on, has anyone else had a heart attack over the possibility of going over your data limit?
3. Adrian Teo and Kenfoo's Date King 1: Singapore Dating
Trust me when I say that dating in Singapore makes a thick, detailed user guide absolutely essential. Date King 1 is not exactly a manual but it does make us feel less alone with out #datingfails.
This comic book is available at Epigram for $9.90.
These meme-like comics are hilarious because where else can you see a manga character (with blue hair no less) complaining about MRT disruptions and a lot more. (We do complain a lot after all).
Uneventful Saturday? Think again.
Evangeline Neo, who has studied in the US and Japan, constantly makes apt comparisons between the different cultures.
Her book Eva, Kopi and Matcha is available on Amazon.
Source: MustShareNews, Epigram