Vacuous Truth

Vacuous Truth - by C-Section Comics

Members of an empty set in math (and logic) have it all.
They fulfill just any statement. That’s because, as you recall
an empty set just has no members, they don’t exist like me or you,
so anything you say about them, we’ll consider to be true.

Cats with wings can also sing, eight-legged dogs have a third eye,
humans that were born outside the milky-way can easily fly.
Listen, my fourth wife is nine feet tall and also she’s called Ruth.
This is not a lie my friend, in math it’s called a vacuous truth.


There ya go.

Now that you learned what’s a vacuous truth, you can read more comics about math, like this one featuring a wiseguy mathematician in the city.


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Urinals with Ice

Urinals with Ice - by C-Section Comics

Urinals with ice,
stronger than hot spice.
Makes me feel like I’m a wizard;
Pee which melts is nice.Urinals with ice,
Here is some advice:
You don’t need to flushe’m, no.
Just pee, it’s suffice.

Urinals with ice,
what a great device!
I feel naughty using you,
it’s sort of a vice.

Urinals with ice,
am I in paradise?
I love you like Trump loves himself,
like cheese is loved by mice.


So yeah, ladies, some urinals have ice in them. The reason? Some men don’t flush. Putting ice in urinals is a flushing alternative, as it slowly melts and flushes the urine away. It forms a cheaper, eco-friendlier alternative to electronic automatic flushing mechanisms with sensors. It’s ideal for places which already store large amounts of ice, such as restaurants, clubs, pubs and bars.

“Melt meeeee with your urineeeee!”. Photo by Robert M. Reyes (used under creative commons license)



“Urine” for more comics? Here are some additional comics taking place in urinals:

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What about you? Do you enjoy using urinals that have ice in them, or do they annoy you? Do you prefer urinals that have that fly sticker on them? Or just clean urinals? Tell me in the comments.

Sad Kid

Sad Kid - C-Section Comics

Existential Nihilism
it’s a quite depressing prism
through which we might understand
where exactly humans stand.

Life has no intrinsic meaning
even though we are all leaning
towards thinking that it has one.
It is a grim truth to face, son.

The universe is quite chaotic,
people can be quite neurotic
once they realize this fact,
heads are blown and minds are cracked.

Life is meaningless my friend
it is sort of a dead end.
No real purpose to mankind,
our own purpose we must find.

Where we go from here? Don’t know.
But as humans we must grow.
We must find why we’re alive.
We must find our inner drive.

What’s our purpose? Soon we’ll find.
Maybe it’s just to be kind
to our fellow guys and gals
Come on peeps, let’s all be pals.

Help a stranger, be a friend,
charity, your hand extend.
If it’s too much, you can start easy:
Just don’t be unkind or sleazy.

Eventually we’ll carve our way,
it won’t be easy, no child’s play,
but we shall find our purpose, and
each other better understand.


The sad kid knew what he was talking about.
Here’s another comic about a kid facing the sad truth about our existence.


This comic is loosely based on a true story. I was walking in the park beneath my house, when I saw this apparently sad kid sitting on the bench, head down, shoulders sloped. Subsequently, I started running scenarios in my head about why he’s sad. Only when I got closer did I realize he was just playing on his phone.

When I started drawing this comic, I wanted to focus the comic around that notion of “screen zombies”, much like this old comic of mine about phone users losing eye contact. However, as I started to write the comic, it took a slightly different direction and became a comic about sadness, futility, and existential nihilism. It’s one of those rather rare occasions when a comic “gets a life of its own”, and takes a different direction than the one I originally planned.


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The Newborn Baby Guide

If any of you wondered why I haven’t published new cartoons lately, it’s because I’ve been busy with the new little addition who joined our family two weeks ago.

She is my second child, a little sister to my older boy.

Like all parents, I spent the last couple of weeks going around telling people “She’s the cutest thing you’ve ever seen”, which is really a parent’s way of saying “She inherited my genes ergo she is superior to any other living creature”.

I’m still getting used to having a newborn again, especially the joy of changing diapers and not sleeping at nights. If coffee prices rise in your vicinity, you now know who to blame.

Anyway, C-Section Comics is officially back, with fresh new cartoons, published regularly. We’re going full speed ahead!

Right after I take a short nap.