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Gay Times With Ryan and Jay

Gay Times With Ryan and Jay

by AdmiralBetas
One day in the ripe year of 2005, two isolated 11-year-olds, a geeky loser and an apathetic loner, met and became friends.

Hijinks quickly ensued.

Several years later, amateur cook Jay Ambrose discovers an interesting fact about himself and shares it with his friend, chronically depressed Ryan Laytey.

Hijinks quickly ensue.


These are Gay Times With Ryan and Jay--come on in and we'll have a gay old time!~
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*Updates Weekly. Now in Chapter 4, where Ryan and Jay discuss the latter's newly found identity. Illustrated Q & A answers are also ongoing. Page 89 will be up June 3rd.*

**Now with new, snazzier description!**
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Gay Times With Ryan and Jay

One day in the ripe year of 2005, two isolated 11-year-olds, a geeky loser and an apathetic loner, met and became friends.

Hijinks quickly ensued.

Several years later, amateur cook Jay Ambrose discovers an interesting fact about himself and shares it with his friend, chronically depressed Ryan Laytey.

Hijinks quickly ensue.


These are Gay Times With Ryan and Jay--come on in and we'll have a gay old time!~
________________________________________________________________________________________________________

*Updates Weekly. Now in Chapter 4, where Ryan and Jay discuss the latter's newly found identity. Illustrated Q & A answers are also ongoing. Page 89 will be up June 3rd.*

**Now with new, snazzier description!**

Recent Comments

@AdmiralBetas: Hmm okay, 'll keep that in mind~
@larrythefairy98: Nah, you're probably right in that there've been small signs before, but, for various reasons, Ryan pretty much gradually acclimated to Jay's quirks and vice versa.


Since you're wondering, though, there was at least one time not long after Ryan and Jay met where they learned a lot about each other, just not the aspects discussed here.
@AdmiralBetas: I guess thats true, but still, its been years, right? You'd think something would have happened that brought it up just a little... I dunno maybe you're right. I shouldn't over think it x)
@larrythefairy98: Lol, that would solve a lot of problems, yeah.

But, up till now, Ryan hasn't had a pressing reason to figure out how apathetic Jay is about most things, and why. And of course, Jay's never really cared enough to ask about other people's takes on things (besides his food).
Jay is so... They've been friends for so long you'd think they would have talked about their philosophies at some point.
He'll be coming out
In an ideal world...
I feel an uncomfortable amount of people would intentionally give up the lives of their loved ones for a lifelong dream, Berserk-style.

Next time in Q & A, bonus questions for Ryan from the Associate???

[EDIT: Fixed a typo.]
@IronDog: Stevie will return in Avengers 4: This Time It'll Work
Poor Stevie. We will miss you.
*Cough*
Next time, Jay elaborates about Therise's cooking skills, as he and Ryan continue to do not-homework.
@AdmiralBetas:

Another webcomic artist has a page where she explains the entire process of producing her comix, emphasizing the order of steps.

The script is Step One before anything else. Clearly you pay close attention to planning.

What I like about the map, for me at least, is that it reminds me that other readers are real people in real places; not merely Avatars and text.

Okay, that's enough of my run-on sentences. ;-)
@Kevin_Redcrow: Thanks much for the compliments! About ~60% of the conscious effort I put into this comic goes towards making each character at least understandable, if not likeable, so it's always nice to hear someone appreciates it. I hope you continue to enjoy the comic.

There's a lot of ways you can take the notion that a comic started years ago can remind someone of the world as it is now. I think for now, I'll go with funny, ha. At the moment, I work for a mid-sized business and I agree, the atmosphere is at least pleasant, despite us all knowing what happens elsewhere.


Oh, and speaking of which, I almost forgot I had that map and counter up. I'm glad you like 'em, haha!
New Reader - First Comment
I've been binge-reading this since yesterday. The dialog during this dinner scene is so blowing me away.

Everybody is expressing a point of view that makes sense from their perspective, and even globally to some extent.

For me, this story underscores how each of us lives in a reality-tunnel and how hard it is to connect to others all of the time.

Like how it is in Amerika right now--we've become so polarized by our points of view that it's become risky to have one. The only good thing about this is you don't have to listen to too much toxic stuff in the workplace anymore.

Unless you work for a very small business.

P.S. I love the revolvermap and flag-counter.
Nearly Done
The next part of this Q & A installment will be up later this weekend.
@IronDog: Yeah, but it looks like Ryan's still not fully understanding what Therise said earlier about Jay...
I have a feeling that, given Jay's personality, if he simply said "Please don't die." Jay might say "Okay." XD
I volunteer as tribute!
Lol not really, just always wanted to say that~

Next time in Q & A, the Messenger's last question???
Yep
Next time in the main comic, Jay elaborates how his investors' futures will be secured in the event of his untimely death.
@IronDog: Yes, and I've caught up with your comments as well! I'll just say a collective thanks for all of your compliments and words of encouragement in this reply. I've tried to answer any direct questions on the relevant pages, though. Hope you continue to enjoy the comic!
AdmiralBetas
April 30th, 2018
@IronDog: That's a good probability for it