July 23rd, 2012, 11:01 pm

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153-Two hours for a house warming?!

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daviddoesntgetit July 21st, 2012, 4:35 pm

So starts the long line of Brad questions. Luckily he's up north here with me and Miriam, Amy lives in the area too. In any case, that means he can respond to comments.

Our vacation plans fell through with our great-grandma so all we've been doing is relaxing.

Is Brad a normal level of sociable? Because this all seems like a pain in the ass to me.

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beldon123 July 23rd, 2012, 11:17 pm

As disturbing as it is to you, he's pretty average on the sociability level. lol

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roxjey July 24th, 2012, 1:21 am

and then
David went XD

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Jump July 24th, 2012, 4:01 am

I'm not sure what the normal sociable level is..

I myself am not a very sociable person. I'm the kind of person who has a few close friends, and forgets names easily. That's pretty much it.

Somehow I manage to be outgoing when I need to be though... I guess that's alright.

Anyhow, despite not really caring to remember people, I get dragged into a lot of things. Since it's summer, I've been doing things practically nonstop. I'm mostly disappointed in the fact that I can't laze around and watch anime all day -.-

I know a few people who are at the same sociable level as brad... Surprisingly, I actually know quite a few people who are at a higher level than brad.. but they're in the entertainment industry, so it makes sense I guess

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Mavi (Guest) July 24th, 2012, 5:00 pm

Judging from this comic, it looks like my mom has more of a social life than I do! O___o; The way you describe Brad's schedule and friendships sounds much like my mom's! =A=;; I don't have as much friends, but I hope to be like my mom or Brad when I'm older. Maybe it's because I'm not mature enough yet, but it's still encouraging to see adults that are my mom's and Brad's age (?) that still make time for their friendships. They're sort of life my role models, I guess???
I certainly don't want to be one of those workaholic, married adults with no lives of their own! T___T;

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daviddoesntgetit July 29th, 2012, 5:17 pm

@beldon123: Haha, I know. Our mom's like him it's just... I can't imagine why you'd want to.

@roxjey: Haha, sadly I have agreed. At least Brad's letting me leave the party early so it's not the worst.

@Jump: Hahaha, our summers sound amazingly similar. I know this season as the season where I drive everyone around for vacation.

I just want to sit at home and rewatch Parks & Rec. Or Breaking Bad.

@Mavi: Haha. I suppose when you're an adult and you have to take care of a family, social life with friends have to be scheduled so I can see that.

Oh, your role models? That's good, Brad here's flattered.

Haha. This reminds me of stories I like to read about repressed house wives.

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jonasfx August 7th, 2012, 5:50 pm

I... don't know if that is a normal level? haha it does seem good to be friends with lots of people and keep them but... meh, not for me. though I give more of an effort nowadays.

but "he remembers you"?? that ain't a reason!!! hahaha I can't dislike brad for that though. he's so LIKEABLE!! dammit

edit: and amy seems cute! looking forward to seeing more of her in the comic. we've got a bit of a peek in on what you and brad did during those school years but the three of you. and let me ask, how often did you meet up with amy yourself? I'm wondering because I've some friends that I see as friends but that I never seem to meet if not person X is there too. so they seem more like a friend of a friend in that way. maybe I think that's sad, but I don't do much about it. I have easier getting to know people that don't know any of my friends already, I guess that might be because depending on who I'm with I adapt so much that my personality might seem to change, and I don't want to confuse people. haha.. I can confuse my girlfriend a lot when talking with friends on the phone when she's around. she says I'm like a different person! I blame my parents and them switching dialects depending on who they're talking to :P

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Such and Such November 19th, 2012, 9:24 pm

Well, I'd say there are different levels of being social. For me, I'd be around the bottom that says: I DON"T CARE ABOUT PEOPLE MUCH. But sometimes, when I HAVE to be socialable, I have no choice. You know high school. Bleh. And maybe Brad's more sociable because he's white? *shrugs