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You mean... apricorns?

(Yes I know that comes from apricot not apple but shhhh)
How often do YOU go in the sewers?
@EmilyAnnCoons: it's Alice in Wonderland, right? "Curiouser and curiouser."
I know this is supposed to be equivalent to Legacy or Vintage, but the name makes me think of Unglued/Unhinged...
Huh. I actually.. didn't really even think about it.

*questioning intensifies*
Isn't "do not spare the rod of discipline" a double negative?

I mean, not that I disagree with the message, here. Just... yknow, grammar.
I'm quite sure I've never read this comic before... and yet... I remember having deja by about this page. That's like three levels of deja vu. So.... that's weird...
Her hair is orange, but in my experience people with orange hair are referred to as redheads. Mostly because hair doesn't naturally get that red, so orange is the reddest natural hair color.

It's not confusing though so you're good.
Why would he get to remove her from co-ed teams? That doesn't make any sense.

Ofc he could probably force her to change with the boys which is the same thing effectively
The worst part of the whole Bree situation is, she's not malicious. Clearly very toxic, but (at least as far as I can tell) not malicious. Which makes it even harder to cut her out...
I couldn't even see that there WAS text there...
Your autocorrect also made a cake. (The text message has an extra cake in the first panel.)
Affront has two fs :)
What I find odd is that the world's wonkiness breaches the panel borders..
Boros does seem somehow appropriate for Jesus...
I guess she knifed it after all, huh?
I still don't see why they can't just give her Lupron, or another anti androgen? The clotting issue has to be Spiro specifically, right? Sure it won't make much difference to her actual development, but it sure world help her mental health...
I've generally subscribed to the belief that God (if they exist) is like an author. They love all of their characters, but they also put them through hell because it makes a better story.

You love Annie, right? And you are in total control of her universe (even if you sort of "let it run itself" in your mind). And yet look at all she's been through. So if you're the god of her universe, which option applies to you?
Hey, just happened to read this. Hope things have worked out well for you.

(..Do you know if you're trans or just masc-presenting? I know that's personal but, ,,)
1. Inertia is a property of matter
2. Bill! Bill! Bill! Bill! Bill! Bill! Bill!

I don't make the science rules.