I think my childhood was littered with these types of “object lessons” in understanding physics.
I’ve always equated fireworks with war, not sure why. Writing this strip was a fun twist on that thought for me.
Which is why, of course, that motivation is so important.
Then, of course, what I’ve also learned, for some people: so is the rampage.
As a child (and as an adult) I sometimes find it a better idea to ask AFTER the fact, it avoids people having to say no.
I may have tried too hard to make this one work. Ha! Still cracks me up. :)
It’s a satisfying feeling to be the most hard-core last-standing of a group. But you also need to like solitude.
The few times I HAVE tried to enjoy sunbathing, I recall clouds being a real bummer.
This reminds me of childhood games where you pretend time is goooiinnng verrrrryyy sloowwwwww.
Heck, I still play it sometimes.
Ah, I think I wrote this when I was saying “I reckon” a lot. Glad I stopped doing that.
This strip was inspired by my friends Naomi and Kyle, sunbathing gurus. I still don’t really get it, I get bored.
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