Could someone please help Adrian dislodge the salmon square from between her molars? Jill's fist pump is not going to achieve that.I cannot wait to see what alternative bridal store they'll walk into next. And how much longer will Mary be able to keep her cool?
I think Adrian is feeling the spot where Jill just punched a tooth out.Jill is not a type A personality. If she were, she'd be at the hospital administrating, rather than hanging out for hours in a bridal salon laughing goofily. She's just socially inept, which pretty much makes her a perfect fit in Mary's world.
birdie: Right on. This is not what a Type A personality is. Although it's a cute attempt. It's like Ms. Moy has heard that Type A personalities can get on people's nerves, but she doesn't know why. "Probably because they're childish and bitter people," she thinks to herself as she pens the narrative. "There's nothing Wikipedia could possibly have to offer me on the subject."
I like these three hanging out together, like some kind of highly dysfunctional Charlie's Angels.
They sure spent a lot of time in the bridal salon. While they were inside, the Santa Royale Deverlopment Company constructed a large handful of 100 story skyscrapers!
I don't know, gang. Call me a blasphemer, but it looks like Mary's getting her world rocked a little bit, a little wind knocked out of the old sails.She's effectively saying "I know you are, but what am I?" here, which for here is like D-minus meddling.catfight?
Memo to Mary -- the bridal salon OWNER called. She wants to know where you put all the mannequins and did you remember to turn off the lights and lock up before you left?
Boy, Mary is steaming! Poor Jeff is going to get his ear talked off over dinner at the Bum Boat.And no kidding about the weak attempt at Jill's Type-A personality. Jill should have been texting while ordering the missing bridal shop employee to bring more gowns and where is the champagne? Hop to it, shopgirl!
Have we ever seen Mary express her rage with an exclamation mark and a set of ellipses? Or is this a first?!...( she inspires me grammatically).Note Jill ruthlessly pulling at Adrian's collar, attempting to strangle her from behind. If she can't make the right choice, she won't be making any choice from now.Ah, murder. Totes Typa-A, right? Right!...
I'm still flummoxed by the fact that after all of that drama and mincing in front of the mirror, Adrian only tried on one dress. I hope one of the Bossy Duo untied the saleslady before leaving. Where WILL they stride off to next? Please, oh, please, not a week back on the couch while Mary gives a blow by blow account to Jeff, with views of Santa Royale's varied landscape out the window...And: the three dysfunctional Charlie's Angels - ha ha ha ha!
I laughed out loud at today's donkey/Jill comparison.
I agree, Jill isn't really Type A, but she is an ass.
"Highly dysfunctional Charlie's Angels"- LOL That's the perfect description! I'm going to look at future strips with that insight.
@djangosmom 6:49: LOLOLOLOLOLOLOL!
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