Thursday, September 13, 2012

Girls' Day Out - Part 2

Lacy and Diane continue their day out together to patch things up between them...










































14 comments:

  1. lmao! you're slightly off with your stick figures and your fake european accents, but i like it!

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    1. My inconsistencies are intentional so as to not blow everyone's minds with my sheer awesomeness. That & I'm really lazy.

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  2. Hooray butt-chin! And butt for that matter. Lots of butts. This was my favorite installment. What was not to like, there were car crashes, strippers, action, nads-a-flying, clam bake talk, and fist bumps. A triumphant tale indeed.

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    1. I thought about putting in a unicorn eating bacon in the story somewhere, but I don't think the internet could take all that in one place.

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  3. This is great. I especially like the special effects when Stud-io jumped through the air. Did Industrial Light and Magic do them?

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    1. I may have outsourced a little bit.

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  4. LOVE! And love the butt crack on Stud-IO

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    1. You know me. I'm a stickler for detail.

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  5. This was great! I loved the dialogue and the expressions! LOL! Stud-io's accent was funny. I was reading his lines to The Mrs. and she was frowning up in confusion and had to come read both parts for herself to understand why I was talking like that.

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    1. Actually, it turns out the accent is fake. His name too. His real name is Orville & he was born & grew up in that city. Stud-Io's his stage persona.

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  6. Holy crap! I was mentioned in another blogger's post -- I feel like I won an Emmy or something :-) Your comics are great stuff man; Stud-IO for the win!

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    1. I just always wanted an excuse to use "clam bake". As for Stud-Io, I'm sure he'll recover. He may be more of a soprano from now on but, he'll live.

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  7. I love how you spend your time off work very wisely. Very very wisely indeed. I assume you had to spend numerous hours in strip clubs researching. Right? Who needs work when ya got research for honest to goodness writing stuff.

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    1. Now that you mention it, I have to admit I am pretty dedicated to my craft.

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