Funny Main Webcomic YMMV
"Comedy. Drama. Furries."
Started in August of 2009,
follows the lives of Dawn, Ronnie, and Cat, three college age girls who share an apartment. According to
author Ellen Natalie
, most of the hijinks the girls get into are
Based on a True Story
from her own life or on a "what if" scenario in the area she lives in.
The story is a
Slice of Life
style that revolves around the girls' interactions at home, at college, and at work, alternating between showing them together and giving each
A Day In The Lime Light
The comic is hosted
Furry Experience contains the following tropes: A Dog Named Dog: Subverted; Cat is actually short for Catherine. Ronnie and Dawn thought for a moment her parents were just uncreative. Allergic to Love: Whenever Hunter, a husky, attempts to asks Cat out, she runs off in a panic. The fact that he's the sketch class' nude model and she's seen him naked certainly doesn't help matters. Art Evolution: For comparison, Exhibit A and Exhibit B. Art Shift: Lampshaded when colors were first used. Amazingly Embarrassing Parents: When she first moved in Cat's mother told her that she would have to come home if her roommates were sexually active. Author Avatar: Natalie has stated she most closely identifies with Cat, but that all three girls contain aspects of her personality. Be Careful What You Wish For: Dawn doesn't want to work for a "wasteful, arrogant, indecisive pig." She gets her wish. BFS: One of Dawn's coworkers carries one. Well, it's technically a knife. Big Eater: Cat. Brick Joke: The Drama Llama makes his appearance at last. Burger Fool: Ronnie's workplace, Gulp-N-Go. Butt Monkey: When Brian is around Dawn the world seems to conspire against him and cause him to get into all sorts of accidents. Carnivore Confusion: Lampshaded. Cannot Spit It Out: Brian just can't work up the nerve to ask Dawn out on a date. Cerebus Syndrome: The arc where Ronnie tries to go to church. Chekhov's Gun: This tree. Cluster F-Bomb: Hilariously used in this arc. Contrived Coincidence: Jane Doe wants to introduce her daughter to Brian. Brian tells her he's already interested in someone. Readers know that both are talking about the same doe, Dawn. Cute Little Fangs: Cat has these, but these only show when she smiles or when she is angry. Day in the Limelight: Three of the comic's secondary characters have had an arc dedicated to them Brian, Dawn's classmate, as he volunteers at the hospital and tries to ask Dawn out on a date Vikki, Ronnie's friend, as she and Ronnie get roped into shenanigans with Vikki's uber-Mormon roommates. Hunter, Kat's sketch class model (and Love Interest), as he tries to find a new job The Ditz: Cat. Cat: ...I just realized something. I have living, fully functional skull in my head. Right. Now. Dressed to Plunder: Hunter's friend Luke has to dress up as a pirate for an interview at a pirate themed restaurant. Here's the whole crew. Ears as Hair: Ronnie styles her long rabbit ears as if they were long hair. However, she also has four sets of piercings. Dawn keeps her ears down, most of the time, as she typically wears more formal clothes. Everyone Is Single: Dawn only just recently started dating Brian, a buck. The other girls don't have boyfriends. Hunter, Cat's sketch class' nude model, has asked her out at least three times. Each time, she's run off in a panic. Gosh Dang It to Heck!: Despite the Cluster F-Bomb mentioned earlier, Ronnie drops "heck" here. The Alt Text lampshades it:
Everyone says "heck". Even those with a wider range of profanity in their vocabularies.
Hotter and Sexier: Lampshaded and subverted. Ronnie is very secretive about her job, leading the others to think she's a stripper. I Read It for the Articles: Cat's Goals, where she wants to buy a Playboy magazine to see what the articles are like, since everyone's reading them. The Alt Text comments: "Every time you find out someone has a Playboy magazine, they protest they have it for the articles." Imperial Stormtrooper Marksmanship Academy: Cat can't hit Ronnie with snowballs even when she's three feet in front of her. The Internet Is for Porn: Cat finds this out the hard way. Lampshade Hanging: What would a furry zoo look like? Medium Awareness: An odd example. Cat is studying to draw furry comics, despite being a furry. Moral Guardians: Cat's friend Courtney manages to find immoral messages in nursery rhymes. Mormonism: Cat and Dawn attend the church. Hunter is also evidently a member. Slightly subverted in that Dawn isn't an official baptized member. Pass the Popcorn: Cat and Ronnie have a discussion here. Punny Name: Dawn's mother's name is Jane Doe. I'll give you a moment. Cat's parents are named Tom and Kitty. Running Gag: Cat running from Hunter whenever she gets embarrassed. Employees dropping dead at the call center. Shout-Out: Shrinking Violet: Cat. She hates meeting new people, but is very friendly around her friends. Snow Means Cold: Cat is excited over the first snowfall of the year, for all of five seconds. Species Surname: Cat's last name is Feline. Squick: In-Universe example. Dawn's reaction to Cat giving herself a tongue bath. Swapped Roles: Cat and Ronnie for a week (Dawn's idea), needless to say it was disastrous. Symbol Swearing: A black box instead. The Talk: Cat never actually had one, her dad bailed on her, and her mom's explanation left her thinking kissing would get her pregnant. Ronnie takes it upon herself to educate the poor girl. The Three Faces of Eve: Cat is the child, innocent, naive, idealistic, and virginal. Dawn is the wife, the calm responsible one, serious about her life, and the one who winds up looking after Cat much of the time. Ronnie is the seductress, attractive and she knows it, as seen here. Viewers Are Morons: And so are a lot of people coming into Ronnie's workplace. Virginity Makes You Stupid: One arc focused on Cat's complete ignorance of anything related to sex. Yiff: none seen onscreen, but Cat doesn't understand what she's seeing until Dawn explains it.