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There's nothing wrong with hsing a reference, you old bat!
I really like this so far! Do you do everything yourselves?
My question would have been "How much time do you have?"
and also:
"Do you want a very long short-list of people to ask that same question to?"
I am 150% grateful that Chanel's parents are actually sane and reasonable unlike so many adults in these kid's lives.
Everyone should just move in with Fera.

With her experiences and the experiences of her friends, I could totally see Rain running a youth shelter one day.
Tell him so that we can see Howie KICK HIS ASS. >:(
@YukixKaname1: Getting the bruises is what hurts.

I mean a little thought on the mothers part probably would have made her realize that Mars getting pushed down wouldn't have bruised him that badly though.
@Fukairi: I know they're not divorced, I was just including that in my example.

When a child's parents don't treat each other with respect or dignity, kids suffer.
Oh no baby don't do it... he was a dick but he loves his Pokemon... D:
This makes me so sad... part of being a good father to your kids is treating their mother properly, because they love her too (And vice versa, of course). Kids suffer when parents (even divorced ones) don't treat each other with dignity.
Honestly he should just say it's an old picture and that his parents don't let him have social media so he needs to use a fake name online.
October 10th, 2017
Actually, if its hot out and it's a shorter dress, like knee length, then it would be great zombie gear because it won't restrict body movement like pants might, especially things like tight jeans. I'd just be worried about it getting caught on something, at most.
Tackle him before the gun is out, break his hand, take back Dragonthing. He wants to play mean? Play mean.
Might just be me but your site appears to be broken... lots of photobucket yelling at us.
@Ari: I think Ky addressed that point pretty fairly here though, he (which I'm going to use since Ky is in boymode at this point) says that everyone would be comfortable with him, if he were in boymode that night but still wearing a dress, but Ky wouldn't himself be comfortable and that doesn't seem to occur to Drew. Ky may have passing privilege and might not get harassed, but those feelings of dysphoria don't magically go away whenever. Ky seems like he feels a lot of dysphoria, which is made worse by the lack of understanding about how it moves and shifts and changes. I think that's something particular to people like Ky- it's hard for people to understand that genderfluid people can still feel dysphoria and cognitive dissonance, even if it's not consistent, and even if their gender presentation changes. I don't think Ky wants Drew to come out for him, but I think Ky just wants Drew to understand that his being genderfluid is just as real and uncontrollable, and so are the feelings that go along with it, even if it seems like it's a choice.
Oh my god the pupface in the last panel just killed me. It's freaking great.
Idiots like this exist unfortunately. Any woman who was ever single on social media has probably gone through this. They hit you up and you say no, then they call you ugly. It's their pathetic bruised egos trying to comfort them.
@ALittleSurprise: Rudy isn't old enough to go and Ky doesn't go to their school.
I think that Todd just wanted to impose his presence on someone. I know a lot of people who do things just to get a reaction or re-affirm their existence by intimidating or attempting to validate themselves. For Todd, this was a win-win from his initial perspective:

1. If she said yes, he had a pretty girl, a girl who has said no to almost everyone else say yes to him. His fragile masculinity gets a boost and he gets bragging rights.

2. If she said no, like she did, he gets to feel like a big man by intimidating someone he sees as an easy target, who he thinks will submit to him, again, boosting his fragile masculinity as he validates himself by scaring her, verbally and possibly physically abusing her date (and thereby attacking her dates masculinity to make himself feel better) and writing off the rejection as her being a "stupid bitch".

He never wanted to really go out with Ana, what people like him want is validation, whether they get that from other people stroking their egos for them, or from feeling like they "won" a confrontation and asserting to themselves that they are in someway better than someone else (even if they're not). It's about his ego and asserting dominance over a situation and other people.