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* FourTwentyBlazeIt: Speedy and Darby

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* {{Asexuality}}: Both Speedy and Darby
* CooldownHug: Darby asks Speedy for one during the Consumption arc.

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* %%* {{Asexuality}}: Both Speedy and Darby
* %%* CooldownHug: Darby asks Speedy for one during the Consumption arc.



* FunctionalAddict: Speedy and Darby [[spoiler:Depending on your definition of functional.]]
* HardcorePunk: At least one gag strip references the scene.

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* %%* FunctionalAddict: Speedy and Darby [[spoiler:Depending on your definition of functional.]]
* %%* HardcorePunk: At least one gag strip references the scene.



* MagicMushroom: Referenced in a few splash pages.
* MinimalistCast

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* %%* MagicMushroom: Referenced in a few splash pages.
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The webcomic can be read here. [[http://linesuncrossed.cfw.me/]]


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The webcomic can be read here. [[http://linesuncrossed.cfw.me/]]

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!! Lines Uncrossed contains examples of:

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!! Lines !!Lines Uncrossed contains examples of:




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* TheAllegedCar: Speedy's car is held together with duct tape and zip ties.













* HardcorePunk: At least one gag strip references the scene

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\n* HardcorePunk: At least one gag strip references the scene
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* TheAllegedCar: Speedy's car is held together with duct tape and zip ties.

* WhatDidIDoLastNight?: [[spoiler:The Xanax arc starts with Speedy waking up on the floor of his living room with a cut on his head, unable to remember anything.]]

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\n* TheAllegedCar: Speedy's car is held together with duct tape and zip ties.

* WhatDidIDoLastNight?:
WhatDidIDoLastNight: [[spoiler:The Xanax arc starts with Speedy waking up on the floor of his living room with a cut on his head, unable to remember anything.]]
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Lines Uncrossed is a webcomic that follows Speedy and Darby, two punks in their early 20's, getting by in their run-down town by doing drugs. The comic's format is split between gag strips and more serious arcs.

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Lines Uncrossed is a webcomic that follows Speedy and Darby, two punks in their early 20's, getting by in their run-down town by doing with the help of drugs. The comic's comic touches on substance abuse, mental health, and past trauma, and its format is split between gag strips and more serious arcs.


Lines Uncrossed is a webcomic that follows Speedy and Darby, two punks in their early 20's, getting by in their run-down town. The comic's format is split between gag strips and more serious arcs.

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Lines Uncrossed is a webcomic that follows Speedy and Darby, two punks in their early 20's, getting by in their run-down town.town by doing drugs. The comic's format is split between gag strips and more serious arcs.


* TheAllegedCar: Speedy's car is partially held together with duct tape and zip ties.

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* TheAllegedCar: Speedy's car is partially held together with duct tape and zip ties.


* EmotionSuppression: [[spoiler:When Speedy and Darby are visiting a lake, Speedy lets it slip that that's why he takes Xanax.]]

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* EmotionSuppression: [[spoiler:When Speedy and Darby are visiting a lake, Speedy lets it slip implies that that's why he takes Xanax.uses Xanax to stop feeling everything.]]


* CooldownHug: Speedy gives one to Darby when asked during the Consumption arc.

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* CooldownHug: Darby asks Speedy gives for one to Darby when asked during the Consumption arc.


* CooldownHug: Speedy does this to Darby when asked during the Consumption arc.

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* CooldownHug: Speedy does this gives one to Darby when asked during the Consumption arc.


Lines Uncrossed is a webcomic that follows Speedy and Darby, two punks in their early 20's, getting by in their run-down town. The story touches on substance abuse, mental health, past trauma, and existential dread. The format is split between gag strips and more serious arcs.

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[[quoteright:350:https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/lines_uncrossed_speedy_darby.jpg]]
[[caption-width-right:350:Left: Speedy, Right: Darby]]

Lines Uncrossed is a webcomic that follows Speedy and Darby, two punks in their early 20's, getting by in their run-down town. The story touches on substance abuse, mental health, past trauma, and existential dread. The comic's format is split between gag strips and more serious arcs.



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* {{Asexuality}}: Both Speedy and Darby.

* CooldownHug: Speedy does to Darby during the Consumption arc.

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*FourTwentyBlazeIt: Speedy and Darby

* {{Asexuality}}: Both Speedy and Darby.

Darby

* CooldownHug: Speedy does this to Darby when asked during the Consumption arc.


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*MinimalistCast

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Lines Uncrossed is a webcomic that follows Speedy and Darby, two punks in their early 20's, getting by in their run-down town. The story touches on substance abuse, mental health, past trauma, and existential dread. The format is split between gag strips and more serious arcs.

The webcomic can be read here. [[http://linesuncrossed.cfw.me/]]

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!! Lines Uncrossed contains examples of:

*{{Asexuality}}: Both Speedy and Darby.

*CooldownHug: Speedy does to Darby during the Consumption arc.

*EmotionSuppression: [[spoiler:When Speedy and Darby are visiting a lake, Speedy lets it slip that that's why he takes Xanax.]]

*FunctionalAddict: Speedy and Darby [[spoiler:Depending on your definition of functional.]]

*HardcorePunk: At least one gag strip references the scene

*JunkieParent: [[spoiler:Darby's father used to shoot up.]]

*KidsAreCruel: [[spoiler:In a flashback, a kid at school beats up Darby because of his father's drug habits.]]

*MagicMushroom: Referenced in a few splash pages.

*RomanticAsexual: Confirmed in an AMA. Speedy is gay, and Darby is bi.

*TheAllegedCar: Speedy's car is partially held together with duct tape and zip ties.

*WhatDidIDoLastNight?: [[spoiler:The Xanax arc starts with Speedy waking up on the floor of his living room with a cut on his head, unable to remember anything.]]

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