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Merry Christmas Nekolytes! Blessed Yule, Kwazy Kwanza, Happy Hanukkah and all those winter celebration things baby.
"Quite a bit of discomfort"??? Try in so much pain he couldn't walk. Cue floods of tears as I drove him to the vet for emergency surgery!

That said, I'm happy to report that after a small operation and two nights in hospital our Big Guy is home again and delighted that he's getting tuna or wet cat food twice a day.
Irish Bacon
@Guest 333: It's back bacon, a different type to American style bacon, which is called streaky rashers here.
@NtKGar: Don't forget Luna's superpowers. I know it's more than a fart, but it never fails to amaze me that she turns the high quality food we give them into pure, burned-tire scented evil.
Thank you so much to everyone who has contributed to my campaign, I really appreciate it. Like I keep telling Gar, you guys are the best!
'Cause we're a team, dammit!
The rash analogy isn't the best I think. I tend to think of our depression as being more like boils. It's not an everyday thing but on occasion it swells and gets gross and horrible and interferes with our lives, but we wait and see if it goes away again. If it doesn't, it gets lanced. This is why I provoke you when I think your current bout has gone on long enough. I challenge you, I drive you and I make you angry, and suddenly the boil is lanced. You talk at me. I talk at you. Then it stops being "at" and becomes "to". The boil's been lanced and now it's starting the healing process. We talk it out together. We remind each other we're a team and that this isn't just "together while it's convenient and fun".

It sucks and it's horrible but it's maintenance. Every relationship needs care and maintenance, this is what it looks like in ours. Depression is a disease and just because the manifestations of it aren't always physically visible, they're no less ugly. Things like this may not be what we pictured when we first got together, but we're here now and what we have is worth maintaining.

It sucks, you being out of a job, beyond even that things are so hard financially. Keep in mind though, I still have a few months on you. I was out of work for 18 months, 15 of them straight, before I got my lucky break and landed in the best job I've ever had.

I'm not saying the same thing will happen for you, I'm saying it might, and in the meantime, we'll keep going, you'll keep searching and we'll lance those boils together.

I love ya, ya big dork. Now get out of bed and make more comics! Also, will you make me pancakes for breakfast? <3
@ Connors: Dooo eeeeeeet. You know you want to. Give in. Submit to your dark desires. Trope the night away.
This is actually my next tattoo.
You're welcome world.
Everyone knows, the worse the latin the more magictacular the spell.
I love the artwork in this one :)
Further to the below post from NekoPoeGurl
A warning first, the video in her link is extremely upsetting. I was in tears within seconds hearing that family's pain, and Gar asked me to turn the video off.

I looked into it though, and this is a genuine problem. This product is not only harmful to cats and dogs, but pets are having to be put down. Please, before using any insecticide or parasiticide on your pet, do your research.
@ ColdFusion: Well played, you magnificent bastard :)
@ Juan and VictorB: The whole "four servings" thing is strictly to fluff the nutrition information. One box is one serving, maybe two if you aren't really hungry. Look at the nutrition information per serving though. Multiply it by four. Pretty horrific eh? The product would never sell unless they made it look "okay" from a nutrition point of view.

Also, home made is the best, and this comic is inspired by real life events :P
Man on Neko's tie
@VictorB: That would be George R.R. Martin
It's true. I was really impressed. Until the smell hit. Then I turned the fan on and made it point at him so it would blow away from me.

But it is very good chicken, and loaded with fiber, hence all the farting.

Paige's Farty Chicken

1 tbsp butter
1 tbsp olive oil
2 large shallots
1 garlic clove, crushed and chopped
2 sticks celery
3 skinless chicken breasts
300g pearl barley
250ml white wine
400g mushrooms (I like either button or chestnut mushrooms)
1 tbsp thyme
1 ltr hot chicken stock
3 tbsp grated parmesan
chopped chives to garnish
100g spinach

1. In a large, heavy saucepan heat the butter and oil. Saute the shallot with the celery and garlic until softened. Add the chicken and cook until white on the outside.

2. Add the barley and cook for 1 minute. Pour in the wine and stir until it is absorbed. Add the mushrooms and thyme, then pour over the stock. Cook for 40 minutes, stirring occasionally.

3. Remove from the heat and stir in the spinach and parmesan until the spinach is just wilted. Top with chopped chives and serve immediately.
I laughed for a frighteningly long time at "C. Section". I need new drugs.
GT: I have to grudgingly admit that it never fails to amuse me that not only do you accept your role as the Official Neko the Kitty Troll, but you positively revel in it. Respek dude.

Also, totally flattered you remembered my birthday is coming up, thank you!

And as an aside regarding your comment, luckily with Gar around there's no need for me to do so :)

February 14th, 2014
We're crazy romantic fools like that.
GT: Firstly, props for bringing me to the point of doing what heretofore I would have sworn impossible.

Secondly, jeebus dude, some things are not meant to be shared.