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Haven, you may have a point there. I hadn't thought of the whole "loose inhibitions" thing, but it's possible, and would cause great drama.
Yes, Sven. You're screwed in more ways than one
Also, why can't I consentrate on anything but how bishie his face in the last panel?
[Ed.] Speculation ahoy:
Sven feels really guilty about the event, and finally confesses to Faye, who first flips out and wants to have nothing to do with him. Then either:
edited Fri, 06 Feb 2009 01:52:16 by JethroQWalrustitty
Jethro, do you have to use that avatar when talking about the comic in question?
edited Fri, 06 Feb 2009 10:23:52 by JethroQWalrustitty
Hanners! I would give you a hug but I know it wouldn't help for I am covered in germs! Also you are fictional.
But...so woobie! One of the woobiests woobies that ever woobed! I hope her friends help her get out of that mindset, or she does it herself, or something!
(...so, yeah, I kind of feel that same way sometimes.)
Aw man, how Woobie can one get?
2. Watch the hands, mister. :p
Dang. If only Steve really was that awesome.
He got some Perma-Stubble for his alleged troubles.
You know, the way the stuff that happens in the background of QC works, I wouldn't be too surprised if that actually happened (remember Agent Turing? And how they recruited the VespAvenger?).
Dora's back to form.
(And in yesterday's)
edited 16th Mar '09 7:49:27 PM by Haven
God bless Hanners.
I only recently noticed she had piercings (when she was seeing what her smile looked like in the mirror). Now that the question has been raised, I'm intrigued.
I can't decide if I like Questionable Content or not.
The thing that gets me is that it pretends to be story based. It's really not, or at least, the story progression is so abysmally slow that it only really works when doing an Archive Binge.
The real point of the comic is the gag-a-day sassiness of the main characters. And that's all fine, I read it for that and will continue to do so, but there is a significant underlying storyline that I hope Jeph will develop on, preferrably some time this year.
Also, hehe, antennae.
edited 14th May '09 5:36:59 AM by Weimann
For some reason, I tend to find the ones with Pintsize or Hannelore funnier than the ones without (and ones where the two characters interact, or where Pintsize interacts with Winslow are the funniest).
Sometimes this comic appeals to my sense of humour. Sometimes it doesn't.
I knew it! It was real! And Steve continues to be totally blase about it. Awesome.
edited 18th May '09 12:32:33 AM by Haven
AND he gets her lipstick on his lips!
I must admit I like the idea of a work in one genre (slice of life romantic comedy) in which another genre (or genres - remember Pizza Girl) co-exists, and sort of passes by as strangers in the night. It doesn't worry me at all.
Sock puppetry ftw. :3
edited 19th May '09 2:41:44 AM by ErikS
I loved this one. He should do this instead of yelling bird comics every time.
Oh man, if this actually existed I would basically be forced to spend all my time in it. :(
For some reason it's amusing that Hannelore's in charge of it. :P
Actually, what's amusing is that she pushed someone into it. I'd've thought her OCD wouldn't let her. :/
Looks like Henelore is getting better. I hope so.
I rarely feel sorry for comic book characters, but she seems so sweet and troubled :P
Not relevant to the punchline: An anthro-PC which looks like a little person. Aaaaand it has a "Japanese" style. Who'd a thunk, huh?
That Anthro's been in the comic before. Don't ask me to recall when though.
In other news, it looks like the Anthro PCs are going to have a multi-page plot for the first time in ages.
He's showed up off and on. The little one with the round head belongs to Marten.The i-pod-looking one is Hannelore's, and I don't recall who the other two belong to.
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