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I kinda wanna know how this started.

Andy was clearly drunk. Lauren wanted to get drunk...

Was that all it took? Alcohol?
People did call it on the last page...

Some things are rather predictable
@Rose: Personally, it looks like there's tongue involved. I can understand affectionate relatively chaste kisses between friends and even family.

That just looked like frenching to me which seemed beyond friends... at least not without the benefits.

Tongue seems like crossing that line. The invisible boundary that separates this person from naked intimacies.
This is why humans are so complicated.

Even if it could be stated that they used to fuck and now they don't fuck anymore which would make being like a brother make more sense...

It's still a little weird. Part of it is the kiss which looks like tongue is involved.

Like when a person kisses a person and they say it was like "kissing my brother." Like what does that mean? That there was no chemistry?

Questions! Humans are so complicated!
*sighs* I forgot that this used to leave a bad taste in my mouth.

Good thing he's not a main character otherwise I'd have to stop reading all together
Le Gasp!
Could... could they be working this out?

One can only hope! *crosses fingers*
Thank you for pointing that out, Ky!

Because this guy is being a stupid ass. There was plenty of time to stop, mister Kim! Plenty!
I knew it. Stupid, predictable man.
March 27th, 2018
Is that so...?
*cracks knuckles* Let's box. *makes bring it on gesture*
*snorts and smirks*
Yeah... this was cute.
@Summer Wine: See, it was my impression that was finger work. Which would make sense because Kim had the lotion last after he snatched it from Kylee again. (Because Kylee took it back the first time it was snatched away)

In fact, that's one of the reasons I was disappointed. Because I didn't consider actual sex had happened before the time skip. Not to say Kim couldn't have been rough with his fingers but I don't imagine he went crazy on Ky when it was all said and done.
OK... so I'm weak.
Damn you for such likeable characters! No matter how much last page disappointed me, I can't let it go. *sighs* I especially want more Kimrick.

Aaaaaah! Now the waiting is gonna be torture! I'll just cross my fingers we'll get more completion next sexy time go around.
The webcomic equivalent of fading to black...

If there was actually a place to review this, a star would be taken off by default. Just a rule I have...

Don't know what your reasons but I'm a little mopey so I'm just gonna leave this comic for a while until the plot progresses enough that I can forget my disappointment.

Guess maybe a year? *counts down the weeks*
This makes me want to read some classics. That's from Fall of the House of Usher, right?

Best get hunting.
So he was tricked into committing murder...

Because he thought the victim had betrayed him?

Did it summon other ducks or is that like its killing intent?
September 13th, 2017
So it all started because the other Gods jumped the gun.

Well, that's the nature of things, am I right?
July 20th, 2017
@plasticwrap: I didn't take your comment as an argument. But rather just a considerably long question.

"Why should it do something to her worth as a woman?"

That was my way of answering that specific question. What I said was explaining exactly why.

Keeping with your analogy, the fruit in this case would probably equate to a certain genitalia. Now you are right that someone not liking the taste of bananas says nothing about the quality. But I would imagine the person who probably has been serving you bananas forever, thinking you enjoy their work because they love to cook for you would be right cross if you suddenly decided that you never liked the bananas they made. How whenever they weren't looking, they either threw them away or perhaps vomited up the meal of bananas when they had a spare moment.

Now if that's narcissistic and whatever, so be it. I'm not arguing what it says about the woman. Or even the man. I'm simply stating about the possible negative consequences that could result from such things.

For the other question: Like I said earlier, it's a bigger blow if he cheated vs just up and leaving. For one, it implies he didn't even come out. Not willingly. Rather he was yanked out of the closet when she found him inside. And ultimately, if he didn't just dump her, that means he would have content to use her as a beard without her knowledge or permission for who knows how long. Keeping her from maybe having pursued something with an actual straight male. Of course, this is all just speculation on my part. We have no way of knowing what the situation is.

Lastly, even with your clarification, it still sounds like a critical and non sympathetic statement. Especially the last bit. Like you only have yourself to blame.
July 18th, 2017
You know... my original comment was like 4 years old...
@plasticwrap: But sure, I'll bite.

Contrary to what you're theorizing, I was not alluding to the fact that she'd think she turned him gay. But as a woman, I do think it'd do things to her worth.

Because there's no way she can compete. At least with another woman in the picture, she could imagine doing so. Like if she got desperate enough to chase him, she could try and demand comparisons. Because both being women, they could basically do the same things to him.

"Oh, so she let you do this to her boobs, huh? I can do that too and better."

But the fact that he prefers a man... she can't compete with that. Because unlike with a woman, you can't argue with the simple fact that he simply has to give him something that she never could. By virtue of him being a guy. So while she knows at least that it's not her fault, in a bittersweet way, she also knows that there was nothing she could have done to keep him.

And hell, maybe it's more of a blow because she just wasted all this time on him. Time she can never get back. If he cheated on her.

That's not to say I disagree with you. Often, it's not about the ex at all when a person moves on. But humans are emotional and often illogical creatures. And we're talking about a relationship ending after a significant amount of time that we're pretty sure wasn't mutual.

And I think it's rather unfair and a little high and mighty to declare a person should just be mad at themselves if they get dumped for a new person. It's just all kinds of blameshifty.
Now I wanna know what's a more extreme reaction than Anna's. So very, very curious