Evy and Ed have finally reconnected. In fact, they have literally fused together, forcing them to squeeze onto the same poolside deck chair, which is really straining under the extra load.
Today's Full Strip
Tee hee, oh Eddie. Please let's go back to the bedroom so we don't subject Olive (or the audience) to this torture.Webster's has changed their definition of Cringeworthy. It just shows this panel with the reclining Second Honeymoon couple.What's next. At the next Charterstone pool party, will they start a key exchange with the other swinging couples? Ewww.
"Tee Hee" ---really?!? Has anyone EVER heard someone say that in real life?!? Second, how old are these 2 anyway?? They act like they're still in high school. I hope the book Olive is reading is a manual on how to get revenge on your stinking parents and get away with it... As for the second panel, I'm thinking mom is eager for Olive to get into the pool so she can drown and leave them child-free which is what they should've been in the first place.
"Tee hee! Oh, Eddie!"?! Get a room, people!It's disturbing that Edy, well aware that her daughter is afraid of water and can't swim, is smirking, "Olive, are you SURE you don't want to try the pool?" Tomorrow, will Edy suggest, "Olive, would you like to take a nice hike onto the interstate?"
I guess the theme isn't "imagination is bad"' but "neglectful, detached parenting is bad". OK, we can get behind the second premise, mainly because Evy and Eddie are so repellent.
Considering the dry and humorless author, I bet Tee-Hee is literally how Karen Moy laughs... and that's on a good day.
Not that Moy had anyone's respect at this point, but "Tee Hee" is the last straw. I really need to slap her.
Less than a month ago, Olive appeared to be a pre-schooler. Now she's a sulky teenager with a sarcastic thought bubble. Next week she'll be going to classes with Dawn and after that she'll be attending events at the SR Senior Center. Tee-hee! What fun!
Please tell me she's reading the manual for small arms handling.
The book is "Swimming for Dummies". It's obvious her parents aren't going to come out of their self indulgent stupor anytime soon, so Olive went to the library. Hey, this plot is starting to sound like "Matilda"...Do you think she'll levitate someone soon?
I understand now why the angel told Olive to stay away from the pool. The danger isn't the pool itself, but sitting near the pool, having to listen to her parents giggle and coo like they're in jr. high. This could drive poor Olive to violence. Moy has cleverly manipulated the situation so that even a walk with Mary sounds good, compared with what that poor child was enduring- and what we were enduring along with her.I hope Olive meets some interesting characters on her walk. A leprechaun would be nice, or maybe a small dragon.
Oh, please, yes, birdie. A small dragon. Olive Danyeris, Mother of Dragons.
I'm on board for the small dragon, too. ANY interesting characters would be a nice change from the usual annoying personages in the Worthiverse.
I vote for the dragon also. I'd like to see Olive drag a leash back to the pool and exclaim, "Mom! Dad! Look at what I found!"Mary's "..." conveys a ton of disapproval for Olive's parents.
Is this going to be a time-loop plot? Are we going back to the rose garden to revisit flower fairies (dragons would be better)? Mary needs to step up her meddling into overdrive to get this plot moving somewhere. Anywhere.Has mop-wielding Tommy redeemed himself yet?
This is the worst Pillsbury doughboy roll playing I've ever seen, which isn't saying a lot because I haven't seen too much if any of that, but I'm still pretty sure this is the wost
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