Ariadneowl
I love to read. I'm American, and I live(d) in the Boston area.
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Ariadneowl
June 16th, 2017
Awkward Handshake was how I started (and ended) my first relationship. Good times, fond memories.
@riverside: Eddie Izzard has a great reply. "It's not women's clothes - I bought it, it's mine."
Just a heads up; someone posted your webcomic on mangahere. http://www.mangahere.co/manga/reversion/
Ariadneowl
May 10th, 2017
This was amazing! I'm just sad I didn't find it sooner. The art, the story, everything.
@b3nc0: if you're referring to the white lines as signs of leaking, those represent movement, not staining.
@Quadrant: I'm pretty sure nothing ever got started with Luke, Gannet just wanted something to happen. (Hence the let-me-wrestle-him plot arc).
Ariadneowl
April 24th, 2017
@catharsis.jpg: The doctor just examined his lungs because of his asthma; that hopefully would have caught any signs of cancer. If he didn't, then the other fancy medical test he's having soon will catch signs of cancer, if he has any. But I think asthma can be severe enough to cause major health issues without throwing cancer into the mix.
Ariadneowl
April 17th, 2017
@sstogner1: 1. His picture is still up, so he probably wasn't disowned. 2. Even if he was disowned, rebel Ian would probably still consider him a brother, but he clearly states he doesn't have one anymore. 3.The picture itself, if you look closely, is draped in black ribbon, which is a symbol of mourning.
@uhheythere: If you really wanted, you could even buy your own! https://mcphee.com/products/horse-head-mask
I love the shading on the hands - they're very three-dimensional.
@M-24: It was built 1892-1894, so it's Historic. And my room's pretty close to the door, it has a smoke detector/fire alarm, and 4 sprinkler heads.
@M-24: @akitary: Personally, I'm not bothered by the weed, but I think smoking in dorms is majorly disrespectful of everyone else. Some smoke is always go and stink up the hallway, and some people have asthma or allergies that could be triggered by it. Most importantly however (and I don't know about their fictional dorm, but) my dorm, at least, is insulated with hay. It has a burn-time of less than 2 minutes. I don't care if people smoke, but doing it inside where other people live is a major fire hazard and safety risk.
@kwippo: I know that at my college, smoking in the dorms gets you in a fuck-ton of trouble. No smoking (of any kind) within a 25-foot radius of the buildings. The dorms are insulated with hay, so the burn-time is less than 2 minutes. Not even mentioning the danger to people with asthma, it's a major safety risk, and a shit thing to do.
Ariadneowl
February 27th, 2017
wow, I feel slow. I juuusst figured out that they probably aren't talking about smoking cigarettes.
@Eslee: I was more thinking about how on the last page, he said he needed to sit down. I know I get dizzy when I'm hungry, so I wondered if that was the case for him as well.
Is he getting lightheaded from blood loss? It would suck to get hungry after you cry.
@M-24: Gannet is very childish, though, so it is completely in character.
Ariadneowl
January 30th, 2017
I just reread this from the beginning. I was reminded of just how awesome and amazing the art is, and also I had completely forgotten the whole "and in a year and a half I will kill a man". Now the suspense is killing me!
Ariadneowl
January 29th, 2017
@yasha.queen: Then it would be fine. Apparently superstition says it's bad luck to break the string before the end of Red Week, but it wouldn't cause any problems.
Ariadneowl
January 28th, 2017
@yasha.queen: From what I remember, the string binds two people together so they can get to know each other. Once you are confident that the relationship will work out, you kiss to break the string (usually at the end of Red Week). It doesn't ruin the connection. It just means that you aren't physically tied together anymore. Ex. Doug's parents