#80: the “foot in mouth” syndrome

Soooo…. How’ve you been? UPDATE: You may have noticed the lack of updates lately. I don’t like how often I’ve made excuses, because it starts sounding false after a while. The simple truth is that the pages keep getting pushed aside to leave room for Other Things That Need Doing. It’s not ideal, I wish there was more I could do… but the only thing you get from stressing over your failures is, well, stress. So, let’s call a spider …

#67: that’s one way to silence a classroom

Teaching is hard, man. Closest I got to teaching was showing my friends how to do math… it was terrible. I’d talk. They’d stare. I’d repeat myself. They’d continue staring. Blood and guts everywhere… On a more serious note: for the past sixteen minutes, my flatmate has been listening to the sound of a gaggle of geese on their phone. I have so many questions right now.

#46: spanish class – bringing people together

Why are they all saying random Spanish sentences out loud in unison, you ask? Because their Spanish teacher thinks it’s funny. Plus, they’ll learn quicker if they let go of their notion of dignity and start getting comfortable with saying random Spanish sentences out loud in unison. I feel like there are a dozen things I want to say right now, but it might just be the feeling of coffee running through my veins.

#28: biology for lunch

In this town we call home… la lalala, lala la anyway – hey! Halloween! And this one has no decent plans again! …because that’s what happens when you wait until the last minute to think about it. Well, at least the mandatory pumpkin and music have been arranged. Man, Halloween is awesome. I should get better at organising elaborate fun stuff.

#27: it’s nice to have blow-off classes

Some super-exciting trivia about Dana’s shirt-dress? She bought it a long while back because she needed a shirt-dress, and it was dirt cheap. Later she would come to realise that she hated the damn thing, but the store took no returns for ugly shirts (or anything else). Fast-forward to today, when this was the best available option to wear (that jerk Ronnie threw up in her closet). Oh well, it’s like Paula said, ‘dignity is a lie’.

#23: how can you discuss food after feeding?

At any given moment in a conversation with a friend: Me: Cheese is pretty damn awesome and delicious. Everyone should enjoy it. Other Person: I’m lactose intolerant/something else. Me: Ah… Well that’s okay, cheese is not that big of a deal anyway. It’s pretty boring, actually. Food intolerance/allergies suck. To everyone having to live with that shit… well done. You are doing a fantastic job at keeping it together. Here’s to you. *applauds*

#19: Dana would not refuse lamb pasanda

I sit here, wallowing in my post-Saturday-shift exhaustion, thinking deep stuff and enjoying my cheesy cracker-bread sandwich, thinking I want more ch–OH WHAT THE HELL!?!? A fly just landed on the cheese!! I am going to find that little shit and have a few words. That is Not okay, fly. NOT OKAY. In other news, if you have a problem with foul language then you might not enjoy this comic. There will be foul language. Among other things. Hmm, I …

#18: even teachers have a life

The teachers have souls too! Sort of. Again – many Apologies if letters are too small, I think I ate too much coffee that week. I’ll likely go back and fix it someday. Right now… I am too sleepy -_- In other news, I recently finished some KotOR comics that came out a while ago – okay so, everyone probably says this but I really am such a Zayne Carrick.

#09: reign of Paula

Trololololo, lololo, lololo, tro lolololooooolooooooo…. That song just never leaves you. Especially if your brain hates you. Anyway, art is getting better! Sort of… stay tuned. (Still not on the internets, this was a scheduled post. Did it work?!)   Points to you if you recognize Paula’s reference.

#05: Lee’s “icebreaker” question

Okay, a few notes to my imaginary audience out there: – This is my first webcomic. Can you tell? So yeah, I’m still figuring out what works and what’s extremely stupid… also improving art as I go. – One thing I would really be interested in hearing is how the colors are working – the people-colors in particular. I know everyone’s got their own speyshul screen color calibration so if a character looks too green or purple, please let me …

#01: calm before the school

Round Fifty-five… again! ↓ TranscriptPage 1: Two girls are sitting on the grass, on top of a remote hill. One has ginger hair, the other has dark brown hair. Brown-haired girl: "Do you think ants have social pariahs?" Ginger-haired girl: "Hmm… They're probably too busy to care." Brown-haired girl: "Probably…" Ginger-haired girl: "Hey, Joe?" Jo (brown-haired girl): "Yes, Dana?" Dana (ginger-haired girl): "Stop staring at the school. It's time to go." Jo: "What?! No. It's too soon!" Dana: "Thought you …