Socially Awkward Situations And Funny Random Cartoons by RandoWis – Design You Trust — Design Daily Since 2007

Socially Awkward Situations And Funny Random Cartoons by RandoWis

The man behind these comics is RandoWis from Singapore. He bases all of his characters on real people and gathers the inspiration for the comics from his daily life and funny situations. Take a look at some of his best comics below.

“Thank you for watching my art and comics, I’m really grateful for that! If you like them comics, then stick around and tell your friends to share the love!”

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