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Beret Guy appears to have a steady job as a bartender, shown in the comics [[328: Eggs]], [[474: Turn-On]], and [[712: Single Ladies]]. However, in later comics, he apparently quit his job and become a "business professional", according to him in [[1032: Networking]]. He also, apparently, makes a load of money off of doing this, but has no reasons other than the fact that he is "a business grown-up who makes business profits". He appears again, now with his own "real building he found" in [[1293: Job Interview]].
 
Beret Guy appears to have a steady job as a bartender, shown in the comics [[328: Eggs]], [[474: Turn-On]], and [[712: Single Ladies]]. However, in later comics, he apparently quit his job and become a "business professional", according to him in [[1032: Networking]]. He also, apparently, makes a load of money off of doing this, but has no reasons other than the fact that he is "a business grown-up who makes business profits". He appears again, now with his own "real building he found" in [[1293: Job Interview]].
  
Beret Guy also seems to be a miracle maker, causing supernatural acts in [[1099: Tuesdays]], where he grows "endless wings" and in the aforementioned 1293: Job Interview, where he seems to be pouring soup from an electrical socket. However, with both of these, Beret Guy seems to not have any doubt that the events are anormal; in fact, he just seems to accept them as they are without question.
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Beret Guy also seems to be a miracle maker, causing supernatural acts in [[1099: Tuesdays]], where he grows "endless wings" and in the aforementioned [[1293: Job Interview]], where he seems to be pouring soup from an electrical socket. However, with both of these, Beret Guy seems to not have any doubt that the events are anormal; in fact, he just seems to accept them as they are without question.
  
 
He shares several traits with Beriah from [http://www.meninhats.com/ Men in Hats], as [[Black Hat]] does with Aram from the same series, but in contrast to the latter, this doesn't appear to have been officially acknowledged.
 
He shares several traits with Beriah from [http://www.meninhats.com/ Men in Hats], as [[Black Hat]] does with Aram from the same series, but in contrast to the latter, this doesn't appear to have been officially acknowledged.

Revision as of 14:29, 30 June 2014

Beret Guy

Beret guy, as seen in 1117: My Sky
First appearance 167: Nihilism
Known appearances 98

Beret Guy is a stick figure character in xkcd. He is distinguished by his white beret.

Characteristics

Beret Guy is an optimist, and sometimes a naïve one (although he is rarely a victim in the strip). He enjoys philosophizing, often taking the role of the existentialist. He has a very surreal side to him, often thinking about or being involved in bizarre situations. He is also fascinated with bakeries, scones in particular.

Beret Guy appears to have a steady job as a bartender, shown in the comics 328: Eggs, 474: Turn-On, and 712: Single Ladies. However, in later comics, he apparently quit his job and become a "business professional", according to him in 1032: Networking. He also, apparently, makes a load of money off of doing this, but has no reasons other than the fact that he is "a business grown-up who makes business profits". He appears again, now with his own "real building he found" in 1293: Job Interview.

Beret Guy also seems to be a miracle maker, causing supernatural acts in 1099: Tuesdays, where he grows "endless wings" and in the aforementioned 1293: Job Interview, where he seems to be pouring soup from an electrical socket. However, with both of these, Beret Guy seems to not have any doubt that the events are anormal; in fact, he just seems to accept them as they are without question.

He shares several traits with Beriah from Men in Hats, as Black Hat does with Aram from the same series, but in contrast to the latter, this doesn't appear to have been officially acknowledged.