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An Artist Who Just Wanted to Make a Girl Laugh Now Has Millions of Fans

An Artist Who Just Wanted to Make a Girl Laugh Now Has Millions of Fans

Jason and Ymei are a young couple from Pinang, better known as “The Potato Couple”. 5 years ago, Jason started drawing funny pictures and posting them on Facebook and Ymei helped him promote them on social media sites like Instagram.

By 2016, they grew to be J&Y Productions and published their first book of comics about “The Potato Couple”. It was incredibly popular in Malaysia and Singapore in addition to their homeland. In 2017, they released a new book which was geared toward western readers.

Bright Side invites you to take a look at the work of this funny couple and see if their humor speaks to you.

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80% of the stories in the illustrations are based on true events. And these artists’ worldwide popularity tells us one thing: the language of love and humor is the same for all the people, no matter where they live in the world. What do you think? Do these situations look familiar to you?

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