But how blissful and luxurious do those extra few minutes feel?
c) all of the above
@olivebee Just Googled. SOLD.
@iceberg You're welcome! Everyone (well, everyone who enjoys profoundly handsome men) can benefit from a few minutes of Hoechlin-searching. =))))
I give 0 fucks about Batman, but I would give many fucks if he were Tyler Hoechlin.
(If the name is unfamiliar, do yourself a huge, HUGE favor and image search him.)
@harebell It did feel overwrought to me, but I didn't want to assign too much weight to my reactions since my overall feeling was "I don't get it."
I always enjoy Coates's writing, but I gotta say I couldn't make heads nor tails of this one. I'll try again later.
@squid v. whale And yet... still none of your business! Funny how that works.
@tulliola Oh! I gotcha. (And I make similar-sounding-word typos alllll the time.)
I dunno, I thought the point of the comic was that it bothers him when pretty women ride bikes without helmets. HOWEVER I am very bad at understanding this guy's comics, so I'm prepared to defer to the interpretations of others.
@skyslang I was actually once in a bike accident that resulted in my landing directly on my head (I was badly doored by a not-very-bright man in a huge pickup), and I sure was glad that I was wearing a helmet then! It's very weird when people try to explain helmet safety to me like I've never given it any thought before.
It's just like... shouting at me to wear a helmet seems like informing a smoker that smoking is bad for you, or telling a fat person that they really ought to consider losing some weight. Like, seriously, fuck you. (Sorry. Not you. Generic "you." People who feel the need to stick their noses into the unknown lives of strangers.)