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Calendar Updates


Hey guys,

Happy new year! A little bit of calendar news:

The calendar is now available for digital download from Patreon and Itch.

Physical copies are still available from our store.

Thank you for your support!



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Illustrated by Jenny
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18th January 2021
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2 years ago #9853126        
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America's definitely got reason to celebrate in the new year. Last four years, had a horrible orange phlegm caught in his throat, but is finally feeling right as rain.

2 years ago #9852937        
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January Sales in England nowadays are a bit like Oktoberfest in Germany. They don't tend to start in the month you expect...


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2 years ago #9856013        
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Finland was selected again as the happiest country in the world! I want a strip showing secretly happy Finland that becomes his publicly crumpy self when he realizes others see him :)

2 years ago #9853990        
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I got the SATW calender as a Christmas present.... I have the best daughter ❤️

2 years ago #9853192        
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I'd love to get one of these but it feels pretty useless considering that my life seems to have basically been put on hold this year thanks to it that shall not be named. Oh well, there's always next year

ᴼʳ ᴵ ᶜᵒᵘˡᵈ ᵍᵉᵗ ᵒⁿᵉ ᵃⁿʸʷᵃʸ


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2 years ago #9853104        
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Oi! What about Burns' Night?


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2 years ago #9853018        
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I got mine today, and I LOVE it <3

2 years ago #9853014        
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Ofc, Tipaton Tammikuu (no drop January) can also be read as "not a single drop missed the mouth" or more commonly not celebrated at all; technically its even less popular movement than no nut November of USA

2 years ago #9853000        
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Why don't they keep distance and where are their masks? Should this symbolize the "Swedish Way"?


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2 years ago #9852992        
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Any possibility of a version where the week begins on Sunday? That's the normal calendar format in some parts of the world, which makes looking at a Monday-first calendar confusing for some of us.

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