January 31st, 2013, 11:43 pm

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203-Nothing but studs

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daviddoesntgetit January 31st, 2013, 11:47 pm

Brad's still here. I have to admit... pretty fun.

Y'know what's not so fun? Your cousin skimping out on paying you and saying, "Well, if I pay you less then 600 the you don't have to worry about tax so I'm doing you a favor."

I will... fucking smash everything, I'm too fucking livid to even talk about it anymore and now I'm just tired.

On another note, I tend to wake up in the middle of the night finding out I've been kicking Brad in the head and he's still sleeping peacefully.

But seriously, fuck stingy, rich family members. Fuck them.

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Knightly February 1st, 2013, 1:51 am

Let other's gossip about you and Brad. What you and Brad have is precious, true friendship to the core. Many people can't understand that kind of connection as, at least in my experience, they have superficial relationships. They tend to call people they had a drink or do something once friends.

I've said you were cute when you are angry but now I am taking it back. You are not that cute when angry, you are just... angry.

Sorry to hear you found yourself in a situation like that. My number one rule, never do business with family. :D

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Dr. Scottie February 1st, 2013, 3:48 am

Ahh, that is a pain.
And how exactly was Brad still sleeping after you were kicking his head? Ahaha, well at least he's there to take a bit of the stress away.

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brumagem February 1st, 2013, 12:42 pm

Fuck them with a pinecone.

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roxjey February 1st, 2013, 2:56 pm

HAHAHAHAHA!
im gonna ship you two now so you can get annoyed
ok that was a joke
a bad joke
*hides under a rock*

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Dumah February 2nd, 2013, 11:29 pm

I love the friendship you have with Brad. I agree with you on the whole annoying family spreading rumors... My mom says stuff about my gay friend Jake, and I'm just like....he's GAY! I'm never going to marry him and will never WANT to.

About the comic, I have a similar relationship with a close friend of mine, except we're both asexual (although I'm bi-romantic) and today we walked around the mall, and I hugged her arm most of the time cuz I was cold. And it was totally natural, no awkwardness or "omg people will think we're gay," we didn't care. It's nice to have friends who are there when you really need it and with whom you can be totally comfortable.

5-star comic, as usual ^_^

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Odd1out (Guest) February 3rd, 2013, 9:00 pm

Ah, your friend Amy is going to have her kid soon? Congratulations! If you ever do a comic about your godchild, I'm looking forward to reading it!
None of my friends have children (although one of them just got recently engaged), so I'm interested in knowing how it might feel to see one's friends growing up and having families of their own. I can't picture the feeling!

The friendship that you and Brad share is rare in my experience. It's probably annoying to have your family gossip, but you don't let that sort of silliness prevent you from making whatever friends you want! Hear, hear! I had family talk crap about my friendship choices, and that never stopped me!

On observation, some of male friendships I've observed seem ridiculous: like they always have to appear invincible or lose membership; or where it seems like they're only friends to degrade/use the other person to feel better about themselves. Or, they just hang out because they want to kill time and anybody will do.
Can one even really call it "friendship" if it's like that?

Whoops, look at me talk! Basically, what I really wanted to say is that I wish other people didn't feel like they have to settle for lesser, fake friendships and could find ones that were like yours and Brad.
(Not to say that both of you can't argue sometimes!) *Grins*

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daviddoesntgetit February 4th, 2013, 6:05 pm

@Knightly: Haha. I don't mind gossip, just when it's family you have to see all the time, the it's a pain in the ass, then everyone walks on eggshells around you and... well. That's why I like to hang out with the kids, haha.

Haha. Not so sure how to feel about your changed opinion but it's all fine.

God, they just fucking did it, man, without asking me. It's hard to refuse when they just fucking do it but I guess I'll have to see what I can do.

@Dr.Scottie: Haha, I have no idea how he does it. It's especially weird that I'm the one that wakes up.

@brumagem: Haha, no thank you.

@roxjey: Ah... I'm used to it by now.

@Dumah: Yeah, somehow people of the opposite genders just can't be friends anymore. Or in the case of me and Brad, same gender.

Sounds like you've got good friends!

@Odd1Out: Haha, hm. I'm not sure if most male friendships are like that or if you've just seem to come across those types a lot. I know plenty of others and they don't seem to have that problem.

I dunno. No reason why just hanging out with someone to kill time isn't considered friendship, Brad has plenty of friends like that. I don't really think there's a real or fake or calling it anything like that, people hang out with people that they like (or sometimes don't) and that's that, haha.

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Odd1out (Guest) February 7th, 2013, 3:31 pm

@daviddoesntgetit: Yeah, I guess I worded it wrong in a sense because you are right, David - hanging out with people to kill time isn't bad within itself. That wasn't what I meant to say. Ha, I must've sounded like a bit of a tool back in that early post. *Rubs back of neck, sheepish smile*
I suppose I was recalling times where I was hanging out with old classmates from high school, and it didn't seem like it mattered that they were hanging out with me specifically because we never got beyond knowing one another beyond basics such as our names and what each other's free time were. When I tried to initiate conversations to know them beyond that, they simply weren't interested and I respected their personal space. If you were to me about what that person's family history was like or if I ever got to help them with a problem of theirs, I would only have a question mark to offer.
Granted, I know one can't force friendships to go into a certain direction and those things best happen naturally, but... I do appreciate the times where I was able to encounter the rare friend with whom I could disclose my personal dreams, fears, values, and whatnot with. You and Brad don't have to put up a front with each other, and are able to be at your worst around each other without having it hurt your friendship. I suppose I admire friendships like that?

Gah, what am I saying. *Awkward turtle* ....

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daviddoesntgetit February 7th, 2013, 8:16 pm

@Odd1out: Nah, I don't think it's the problem with your wording. I think, in general, people just think that. I guess I tend to believe that not every moment in life has to be meaningful, haha. If it happens, it's nice! But it doesn't make any of the rest of life more meaningless.

Haha, the only reason Brad and I are so comfortable with each other is we've known each other for a while now. 17 years? Something, and we've lived together so that's that.

Haha, it's fine, it's fine.