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By hairpinner on The Last Sunday of the Year

Esther,

I am SO glad you are back. I have missed your comics terribly. I completely understand where you are coming from when you say that it is both easier for you and more entertaining for the reader when you tell self-pitying/nightmare dating experience stories.

However, having followed some of your dating journey via your spellbinding storytelling, I have to say that not only am I really happy for you and your BF for finding eachother, I also still think your art is unique and needs to be shared.

Sure, the phase of your life where you were rife with stories about awkward dates may be in the past. But I for one would still love to hear about your life. Life doesn't stop being funny or entertaining or crazy even if your relationship changes. I can only imagine the hilariousness you will have to share as life goes on.

Esther, you have a real gift for observing the absurdities in life and translating that into art. I will always want to hear what you have to say, no matter what stage of life you're at. I will still read your comics when you're in an old age home writing about how stingy the kitchen is with the sour cream.

Posted on February 14, 2014 at 12:26 pm 9

By swirrlygrrl on Let's Revisit All of Now That's What I Call Music! Vol. 1

@lora.bee The female singer from Bran Van 3000 is now a lawyer and is running for the NDP nomination in Bourassa!!

(I dorkily love both Big Shiny Tunes and politics - now at last they come together!)

Posted on August 20, 2013 at 8:04 pm 1

By lindackerite on Let's Revisit All of Now That's What I Call Music! Vol. 1

Oh man. A few thoughts:
I also think The Way is still super catchy, but definitely not as catchy as high school me thought.

I am not a huge Flagpole Sitta fan, but I will admit that I enjoy it more now than I did then. It is perfect for karaoke/large scale 90s dance parties/power hours.

Unabashedly all about the Tonic and Everclear singles, but then again my 90s were all about bands made up of white dudes (from Soundgarden/Nirvana to Our Lady Peace/Collective Soul/Oasis/Weezer). I'm sorry you guys, but I had a reputation to upkeep and I couldn't be liking anything that wasn't on the alternative rock station (yet I owned that Aqua album). Over that now!

Jock Jams next?

Posted on August 20, 2013 at 4:24 pm 1

By teaandcakeordeath on A Guide to Eating Very Particular Feelings, Part II

HOW CAN THESE BE SO PERFECT?!
(Clarification: I am shouting with happiness)

Posted on July 16, 2013 at 12:32 pm 3

By Scary Wollstonecraft on A Guide to Eating Very Particular Feelings, Part II

"The most ornate thing you can buy from an ice cream truck."
Oh, beautiful truth! The best truth.

Posted on July 16, 2013 at 12:27 pm 4

By RNL on A Guide to Eating Very Particular Feelings, Part II

'...or better yet just clawing your skull open and holding out your brain like a ripe fruit: "Here, take this, know me."'

Here, take this, know me.

Posted on July 16, 2013 at 12:25 pm 11

By Lily Rowan on A Guide to Eating Very Particular Feelings, Part II

@backstagebethy Yuuuup.

Posted on July 16, 2013 at 12:17 pm 1

By backstagebethy on A Guide to Eating Very Particular Feelings, Part II

These make me wanna cry, in maybe a good way but maybe a bad way too.

Posted on July 16, 2013 at 12:14 pm 13

By theharpoon on The Best Time I Accidentally Attended a Teenage Orgy

@Jaya relevant tweet from @robdelaney: "Son, this wallet is chained to my buttock for it has killed 2 other wallets & I am a taking it to leather jail. I am a federal marshall."

Posted on July 16, 2013 at 10:11 am 13

By misskaz on The Best Time I Accidentally Attended a Teenage Orgy

@leon s It's also jarring because when you think "bowling shirts and wallet chains" you think mid-late 90s. And while yeah the internet existed back then (I spent a lot of time in college in IRC channels), there sure as hell wasn't any streaming internet radio.

Posted on July 16, 2013 at 10:00 am 3