Title text: David did this
This comic references an mid-2000s ad campaign for Geico insurance in which a character (different in each commercial) lists a series of horrible events or news, but then caps it off with "but I've got good news: I just saved a bunch of money on my car insurance by switching to Geico" – news which may be good, but is usually either trivial compared to the magnitude of the preceding bad news, or else is said to the person whom all of the preceding bad news applied to, giving them false hope that the good news was for them. It became a recognizable pop culture phrase.
In this one-panel comic, Cueball parodies the punchline by saving money on his car insurance by intimidation, instead of choosing the best provider.
It is unclear who David is that is referred to in the title text, but he's referred to again in the image text for comic 51: Malaria. It is similarly unclear what "this" is that he did, whether it is the comic, or whether Randall is suggesting that David saved money on his car insurance by threatening his insurance agent.
- Original quote from Randall: "Current mood: :( sick"
- Original comment from Randall: "No laughing, 'less you want some of this too! *hefts golf club menacingly*"
- This is the thirty-eighth comic originally posted to livejournal. The previous was 35: Sheep. The next was 38: Apple Jacks
- I just saved a bunch of money on my car insurance by threatening my agent with a golf club.