How sarcastically flattering.
Here is Gawker’s featured shirt of the day:
And here is the very first Human Resources comic strip, number 1 of 41, from September 2004:
Here’s how it works. The HR comics were popular with my fellow grunts at the job that inspired them, and were widely circulated on MySpace. (They still get a few dozen hits a month.) Someone saw the strip, liked the punchline, and submitted it to Gawker. They couldn’t spell children.
I guess I should be a little flattered that it was voted highly enough to get a shirt made.
But at least when design firm Pylit liked my Tape Case Bike Light, they were decent enough to pay me to rewrite the article for them.