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I currently work as a cake decorator at a local super market. I love the decorating, but not so much where I work. I'd love to open my own bakery someday.

I also enjoy pretty much any other type of creative hobby. I make jewelry, I sculpt, I draw (though I suck at drawing people), I write, I sing, I sew a little. Basically, if it's considered "artsy," I've attempted it at least once (except knitting. I just don't like the look of knitted things). I just enjoy making things the way I want them, rather than buying something that came from someone else's imagination.

And of course I'm obsessed with anime and manga/manhwa, mostly yaoi (like you couldn't already tell that from my faved comics). My husband is also an otaku, and we go to our local convention every year. He's also a big gamer and wants to design them someday. I game a little, but I mostly play games like Professor Layton, Rhythm Heaven, and other thinking type games. I do endure the fighting of Kingdom Hearts (often using cheats) just for the story. I mean come on, what self respecting fujoshi can ignore AkuRoku?

So I guess that's me at this point in my life. Who knows what I'll be into come tomorrow.
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This is my question as well.
Now, by law of the sea, you two are married. XD
*Typing again since phone didn't post right*
I have the most trouble understanding Ky. I'm pan myself, so to me gender is irrelevant. I mean, ok sometimes I feel less than feminine because of my weight and midrange voice, and worry that someone will mistake me for male. So, I kind of understand their struggle. But on the other hand, certain clothes being assigned to certain genders is just a social construct. Why shouldn't Ky feel perfectly masculine in a dress? Or feminine in a hoodie and jeans. Why does Ky get so upset if their clothes don't happen to fit male or female stereotypes? Anyway, most of the time I sympathize with Drew, as I feel just as confused.
I used to read this comic years ago (I'm the one who suggested Rain Beaus for the name of your fans), but having a baby kind of put it on the sidelines. But she's 3 years old now, so a few days ago, I decided to reread it all and catch up on it. I'm so glad I did. Can't wait for the next page.
December 24th, 2018
Hey this answers my question from a few weeks ago. Thanks.
November 24th, 2018
Hmm, this page made me realize something. Is the string more like a visable force, I guess you could say? Cause other wise, how could they get dressed. I've seen plenty of sitcoms and cartoons where people were handcuffed together. Besides the cliche 'one of us has to go to the bathroom' bit, being tied to someone else introduces some challenging situations.
My husband and I have 2 twins pushed together cause we like different firmnesses and our 3 year old daughter sleeps in the crack between them.
February 15th, 2018
Howie, why do you have to make this so hard?! Also, why do you have to put Sooch in such a difficult situation? ;P
Just noticed that no one has two visible eyes at a time on this whole page.
We always hurt the ones we love?
Lucky's face says it all. O.o
I hadn't read this comic for about 15 pages. I got caught up and it's a cliffhanger. Curses!
Hmm, not sure if ghost or just clumsy.
Hmm... what eats bunnies? Foxes? Or is the new student a carrot? o.O
Gotta make sure that what Kaidou'll be coming home to is fresh in his mind.
Ha! Called it! Good job Naomi. It was probably hard, but it was the smart thing to do.
Hopefully she's feeling down 'cause she dumped that jerk of a boyfriend.
Hey! My friend just got her bachelor's and she got a job as a fifth grade teacher. I always thought that might be something I'd like to do, but now that I'm a cake decorator, I couldn't imagine doing anything else.
Whoops. Now he's got the blood of three on his hands. Anyone else squeeing a little bit over Oliver touching Lucky's chest?