Yes Girl, it sucks but suicide by cop out doesn’t burden your friends and family as much and sometimes you get little joys like calling “FIRST” on web comic comment threads.
I would wear “Only the Inappropriately Valorized Die Young” on a t-shirt.
Only the appropriately vaporized die young.
Oh, it’s fairly easy to find friends, harder to find good ones, and much harder to keep them as life goes on. The internet really isn’t the best place to look, though.
Turning 28 sucks. That’s when you realize you’ve officially missed the boat.
Just being alive is strange and amazing, unless you like to compete and then spend a lot of time complaining about the stupid rules when you don’t win. Do something good.
In these dialogues (or simultaneous monologues) I always love Cat’s lines the most.
Today is Girl’s birthday (observed). Happy observed birthday, Girl!
re: birthday, see http://catandgirl.com/?p=1379
@Charlie – listen you young whippersnapper! Back in my day, we didn’t have a boat. We had to tread water – and we LOVED it!
That waiting in line for the medulla thing explains the need for a morning cup of coffee to sort the confusion.
And as Eliza told Professor Higgins, “We’ll muddle through, without you”. Life is a lot of muddling with a few high spots. And the muddling can in retrospect contain some of the better parts. I have a work mate whose liver is giving out from seeking too much fun. It seems the emotional high from fun doesn’t have much lasting effect, but the damage from seeking it does.