Ah yes, to be ten years old and playing tug-of-war over a deflated basketball while the seagulls fly overhead. Wait, what?
Get to the point! Get to the point! Get to the point! I'm losing my mind!!! sigh...I wonder what the girls in apartment 3-G are doing today?
I don't think a fly-by attack by a seagull is mundane in any way.
@Karen -- yeah, isn't life strange? :-)
The interesting thing about this story line and the accompanying art work is that Gina is, what, at the most 30 years old? If that. So, at the most, the flashbacks occur in the early 1990's. (I think she's really about 25)Well, there is no way people dressed or acted like that in the early 1990's. This particular story/art is out of the 1960's.I can't decide whether to be horrified that I'm reading this dreck every day or pleased that I can have flashbacks without the use of drugs...
I was at Coney Island two weekends ago (not kidding) Kids were fighting over drugs hidden in a deflated ball (kidding).The beach was very empty, like this, due to a sewage breakdown in a plant on the Hudson (not kidding)Ewwww.
Hmmm. When's the last time we saw that seagull? Oh yeah:http://tinyurl.com/3p9w29tAnother ponytail, another time.....
Wait, "mundane" means "ordinary", and "intense" means "extreme", and "ordinary" is the opposite of "extreme" ... so ... if something is intense, how can it also be mundane? Is this one of those crazy-logic puzzles they use, to weed out the robots posing as humans, by locking them into a loop?
"We were very close and kept hope for the future deep in our hearts... I hoped that Santa would bring me the Barbie Dream House, while Bobby hoped for a day when his dad would put a real razor blade into his pretend razor, and that he might sing tenor."
At this point, I'm really rooting for that evil Hand of Fate.
Hey fans,I am just ELATED that Giella finally, FINALLY drew a more realistic ponytail!Storyline be damned! The ponytail of our collective dreams has finally appeared!I feel so, so free!
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