June 11th, 2013, 11:08 pm

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daviddoesntgetit June 11th, 2013, 11:11 pm

I know some people worry about the strange comments I get about Brad and me... But I have Stephanie to put things in perspective. Haha.

So many scenarios I did not want to hear. Miriam had to help me write out the things Stephanie said, haha.

Jesus, that girl.


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RadicalTrain June 12th, 2013, 12:12 am

Pretty sure fujoshis are the only ones who have fun in life.



Titi (Guest) June 12th, 2013, 5:38 am

Please Dave i want to hear Brads bi stories(concetrating on the love part,not sex).I am a bi girl and Brad is the first bi person who is....well lets call him my rolemodel.I really admire him!Lastly you freaking rock. Love from Greece


Twinkel13 June 12th, 2013, 6:05 am

I would probably get along with Stephanie and Miriam, I am such a fujoshi XD


Crystaldragon June 12th, 2013, 7:22 am

You know, I find it very interesting how people who are not heterosexual tend to attract more people of, well, for lack of a better term "unusual" sexuality. (Not that I'm saying anything other than hetero is bad.) For instance, I myself am a bisexual and while I do have a lot of hetero friends I do have some who are asexual, bisexual, homosexual, and even hetero with the occasional attraction to the opposite sex (Not quite bi, but not quite straight either).

As I read your comic, I see that you and your family (siblings) know a lot of people like that, and I realized that this seemed to be the case with pretty much anyone of "unusual" sexuality. I guess it may be because they're more open, knowing that you won't mind, but I'm also thinking that, since we're kind of the minority, we have to stick together.

Sorry that was really long. XD I talk/write way too much.


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Sunset* June 12th, 2013, 9:30 am

Stephanie is almost like Miriam's older sister in way which really cool for most people do not always have a friendship to such an awesome level!


daviddoesntgetit June 12th, 2013, 9:28 pm

@RadicalTrain: Haha. I guess fujoshis can have fun anywhere. As long as there's more than one guy... that are compatible or something.

@Titi: Hey there! Sure thing, I don't mind drawing one, I'll ask him the next time I see him.

Haha, wait, really? BRAD'S your role model?! Why?! Brad is the worst person in the world. Absolute worst.

And thank you, haha. Oh, hello there, Greece.

@Twinkel13: Haha. A bonds only fujoshis share, huh?

@Crystaldragon: Yeah, I wonder about that myself. Actually, I have a theory as for why I, myself, seem to make friends with a vast array of sexuality. My friend, Bryce, remember that guy? He was the one that likes to drink.

Anyways, he told me once, he did some research, that creative types tend to be more fluid in their sexuality than non-creative types because being creative means forcing yourself to look at life at many different angles. So creative types, the men tend to be a bit more feminine, the women a bit more manly.

Haha, he did this research when he started to realize he was legitimately attracted to men that walked into his workplace. I'm not saying it's true, I'm unsure myself, but thinking back on it, college did have a lot more girls that didn't like to wear skirts or dresses and would cut their hair shorter. Also, more gay guys in the school of the Arts than any other department, haha.

AGAIN. Not sure if it's true, but seems to be true in my case.

Though I also like your idea that those who also have a similar situation can relate to each other better, haha. Going back into the idea of the us vs. them mentality...

Haha, hey, don't worry. I rambled too. Also, actually, my favorite comments are the incredibly long ones. Gives me more to work off of, haha.

@Sunset*: Haha, saying Stephanie is like an older sister to Miriam might be stretching it... as Stephanie is younger.

Haha, I kid. I'm not really sure I really demonstrated how strong their friendship is in this comic and more that Stephanie is kinda nuts but it's great that you got that impression! Because it's true, haha.


RadicalTrain June 13th, 2013, 12:21 am

@daviddoesntgetit: Nah if the two don't get along, one's a tsundere.
If there's only one, he's longing for someone.


Knightly June 13th, 2013, 2:49 am

You are totally a fun bunch. Maybe you should re-name the comic "Life never gets dull with David". :D

Like it or not everyone of you are role-models to people who are feeling alone because of their sexuality. So being okay with what you are, even making fun of the situation that freely inspire people. Thanks for making this comic... again.


Crystaldragon June 13th, 2013, 7:01 am

@daviddoesntgetit: That does seem to make sense, actually. I like to think of myself as creative, I'm an aspiring artist myself for example, and I've never been the "girly-girly" stereotype that everyone seems to want out of you. It's the same with my other bi friend (though less so with the girly-girly stuff), so I think that theory might be at least a little bit true.

Maybe I'll have a different opinion when I finally get into college, but this is certainly something to consider. Thank you for your input. ^^


daviddoesntgetit June 14th, 2013, 1:46 am

@RadicalTrain: Hahaha. I asked Miriam to look this comment over. Her response:

"Pretty good, pretty good. I like the way you think."

@Knightly: Haha, nah. We have plenty of slow days, those are the times I ask the readers to give me questions to answer. Actually, it might start up soon.

Ah, I see, wow. I guess I never thought about it that way. I kinda feel bad for making light of it so much now. I was lucky enough to meet people who didn't give a rat's ass about my sexuality so... I dunno. Wow. I'm just I could comfort people in a way even if I wasn't aware of it.

Haha, aw, shucks. Thanks.

@Crystaldragon: Yeah? Well, there's another theory to throw into your well of knowledge.

Haha, glad I managed to say something interesting. Tell me if you learn anything new about life in college!


roxjey June 15th, 2013, 7:54 pm

i like her she is kind of epic


Sir June 18th, 2013, 7:07 pm

I'm actually surprised that most people just don't use the kinsey scale. But rather than a number, I guess a self-given title makes one feel more secure or accurate in their sexuality? But then again, the kinsey scale doesn't really work for asexuals. :/ More research to be done!


daviddoesntgetit June 19th, 2013, 11:16 pm

@roxjey: Haha, she's epic? Sure.

@Sir: Well, I talked about it with someone before, but I think if someone is pretty fluid, they use a title first and then later kinda shed it. But some people really are just that title.

And I think in other cases, for Stephanie here, and probably for me, it's just easier to talk about it if you have a title. If people don't know what it is, at least they can look it up, but if you're too fluid to describe yourself as a specific one, then people will ask, "Wait, how can you be like that? I thought you were gay."

It's a fucking pain in the ass, y'know?

It's like, yeah. I'm asexual but when I tell people about crushes I had as a kid or whatever, they get really confused and they keep asking questions. I think just labeling yourself as an identity really just makes it easier on you and everyone else. People like it 'cause they know what to expect from you. It's, y'know. It is what it is, haha.