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Jul 15, 2011
If the dork has a rigid personality and begins to learn the Zen of Wally he may need the Cialis of Carol to maintain his position in the company....double entendre anyone?
 
 
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Jul 15, 2011
@Ensoh If you read the comments, you would see there are a plenty who "don't get it". I'm not the one posting the idiotic comments about the character's sexuality. The fact that you were able to master a simple cartoon may be just as underwhelming as my explanation. But the magnitude of your "jerktitude" speaks volume.
 
 
Jul 15, 2011
I dun no, to me Carol is in character: cleverly insulting those who have no influnence over her caree prospects - she just called Dilbert a Dork then distracted him with the unplesent prospect of a meeting. Dilbert is PC and answers cleverly, but Carol then murdered his smart answer.
 
 
Jul 14, 2011
@Sweetnsilly

Can't agree more on the shared romantic preference. ;)

And that's totally right. I can set up a "date" with a friend, but no one's going to suggest that the reason I like to hang out with that friend is because of my "romantic preference of a good sense of humor." For example, of course. There's really no other application of the word romantic..
 
 
Jul 14, 2011
@zpike
Thank you for the completely unnecessary explanation.

I think, perhaps, the references being made with regard to sexuality are based on the use of the word "romantic" as opposed to the word "date."
 
 
 
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