You all realise that we are going to be seeing another week or so of strips parroting words to cheezy love songs, don't you?
"I'm expecially partial to walking ON water" is a much better line to use on a first date.
I assume that the food in whatever Santa Royale restaurant they're in must be so bad (or the portions so small) that Jenna is reduced to eating her fingers (in the second panel). Or, perhaps, she's biting her nails to the quick, which I understand is not recommended on first dates.
The guy in the 4th panel down looks like Ian's hippie brother. This date is getting tedious. It's about as romantic as one of those old school ''A Teenager's Guides to Dating'' from the 50's.
Something about that one sad lonely candle in the middle of the table bothers me. Wouldn't a nice hurricane lamp have brightened it up a little? Is that too much to ask???? One hurricane lamp????
It is quite evident why Jenna and Mike found it difficult to find love with people with normal social skills. They are a perfect match. Thank you Mary Worth.
I have a sinking feeling that both Jenna and Mike are hopeless bores.
@TeacherPatti--I noticed the candle, too, with it's dripping wax so poetic looking! Unless it's one of those faux candles with the rubber-tipped bulbs, a hurricane lamp would be a much safer bet from an insurance standpoint! @Chester --- oh, yeah, I've known a coupla' doctors who acted like they could walk ON water, Lol!
I like to take walks along the water because I find it most convenient for disposing of the bodies of women I meet online.
I guess the landscape varies by just how many trees are in the background?!
In panels 8 and 9, we see that while Jenna is partial to a varied landscape and Mike likes to walk along the water, the butterscotch jacket prefers to walk arm-in-arm on a sidewalk.
What water does Mike like to walk along? The swimming pool at Charterstone? It's the only body of water I think we've ever seen in this strip...oh, wait, we've never actually seen the water in the so-called "pool" have we?At least this phenomenally boring couple are upholding the Santa Royale tradition of changing tables after every two sentences of conversation.
So those are, what, butter pays in that rectangular box on the table? At first I though they were Ritz crackers, but at the Golden Corridor? NahhhAnd, as always, the visual perspective on the "water" glass is entirely skewed. Whatever happened to Art College? - Seanman
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