The personal blog of author Kelly Sedinger, chronicling the adventures of one overalls-clad wanderer.
I love that font.
Oh boy.I wouldn't quite go "pure evil," but...I just gonna sit this one out.
whimsy. unless Doctor Doom is using it.
We've been told that the cool kids on the interwebs hate it, so we should hate it too. But I never saw the big deal. No, I wouldn't want to use it for serious communication and I wouldn't enjoy reading a text-heavy website in Comic Sans, but I can say that about a lot of fonts. Y'know, people get excited about the oddest little things.
Evil, pure and simple from the 8th dimension! Especially in the wrong hands. Why I've seen otherwise serious businesses wreck themselves on the shoals of irrelevancy with their obsession over this harmless looking font.It has its place. But outside of that place it is a menace to all mankind!
It's just a font. Don't understand what the big deal is.
Pleasant whimsical font. I can think of a dozen fonts that are more evil without even breathing hard.Of course, I am required to sit through a lot of undergraduate PowerPoint presentations.
All I know is I will NEVER again write an improvisational piece ( set on an amtrak train to boston) based on Titanic the Musical in this font and then hold it up to a mirror in a candlelit bathroom
Pleasant whimsical font. I wouldn't have much opinion of it one way or the other but all the hatred makes me love it.
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