Hah, Cat’s not usually so nasty.
“Yeah, but I mean, I would never give up my electric blanket, Andre.”
I thought, “I gotta read the comments!” and there were only two.
Well, here’s another. “Girl, we Love You! Don’t let that cat get you down.”
Awww… it’s so rare that Girl blushes and it gets wiped away so quickly.
New reader, went through the archives. I usually don’t comment on comics but just in case you don’t hear it often enough, you are great and the things you make are great.
Hmm, the sweet smell of instant classic around midday…
That was really really touching, the twists you take with your comics are always so refreshing.
Please don’t ever stop.
I love to crack open an ice cold bed in the summer.
i like that the titles are footnotes, which i often skip until the end. (sometimes i need them!)
It goes without saying that I’ve been a follower for a long long time, but this comic made me laugh out loud in public and I’m generally opposed to such outbursts.
Now I know why I keep my comic book collection!
I always thought the pursuit of success was simply the civilized expression of the urge to sustain one’s self after one has already secured a healthy and comfortable existance.
I dunno. Maybe we’re on different pages here?
huh, what can I say but, yup that’s about right.
Yes! The Love to Burden cycle is part of life’s beautifully ironic parade. … Whoo …
I suspect that cat is Dorothy’s cat + Mr. Shen.
Of course, if each of us had one friend who was less successful and one friend who was more successful, the extremes of wealth and poverty would both extend into infinity, and that wouldn’t be good.
I do think we each need a cotton candy machine, though.
“Of course, if each of us had one friend who was less successful and one friend who was more successful, the extremes of wealth and poverty would both extend into infinity, and that wouldn’t be good.”
Well not necessarily, success isn’t determined solely by wealth, someone might work in a self-serving job they hate but earn more money than somebody who works in a job they love which helps people etc. etc. doesn’t make them more successful.
Money isn’t everything… theoretically.
It’s not often that Cat and Girl makes me laugh out loud.
I should have found panels 7 and 8 cheesy, but I was too busy finding them heartwarming. I hate using that phrase given it’s almost only ever said to describe particularly crappy children’s movies, but it’s so apt here. Every once in awhile Cat&Girl’s regular seas of cynicism part enough for me to see that they’re full of doubts, not depression. Keep up the good work.
Ooh, balloon! Must pop it! He knows the buttons to push, I think that was a dynamite plunger.