October 4th, 2013, 12:29 am

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250-Ngoc Part 3

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daviddoesntgetit October 4th, 2013, 12:32 am

This was supposed to be purplish-red. Jesus.

I never want to have to draw our dad being handsome again. Also, I don't know how to hit on girls. Sorry.

Uh... Shit that's been going on. Nothing. I'm ordered a pizza and I asked they cut it into squares, that was my first time.

Somehow it feels like it has had very little impact on my life.

Banh xeo party this weekend with some cousins. Our dad still makes this the best. His secret? He mixes oil into the batter so it's crunchy as hell. I could go for some.


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BurstThrough October 4th, 2013, 1:49 pm

Too bad it had to end like that.
Hmm wow computer programing as soon as she got there never though of her as smart.
What is a bac ky?Some sort of mobster?

If you want to make people less atractive draw more signs of aging some skin marks help too.
And it's of if things aren't purple why should they be exatly?


daviddoesntgetit October 7th, 2013, 1:18 am

@BurstThrough: Bac ky is north Vietnamese people, nam ky is south.

Nguoi hue are people from middle Vietnam and I can't remember the name of the indigenous people in the mountains. That's about all the regions.

I wasn't trying to make our dad unattractive, I was trying to make him handsome.

Also, I don't really understand the last question? I ask Brad for the colors of every comic and this one he said purplish-red which ended up giving me an ass hard time and I was just complaining for the sake of complaining.


BurstThrough October 7th, 2013, 1:46 am

@daviddoesntgetit: Ahh the rich people that own everything now I get it...

Hmm intersting...

Ahhh cause you said last comic you didn't know if your characters were good looking and I though you didn't like that, now I see it's just the case with your dad.

I meant "And it's ok if things aren't purple why should they be exatly?"(funny only a letter wrong and the whole sentence went to hell haha)


Sir October 7th, 2013, 4:59 pm

Knowing the history of the one who abused you makes it hard to hate them, right? I don't know if that's so for you but it is for me. Especially if they suffered a lot or they know what they did was wrong.

But I can't let it go; especially because they never showed true remorse. Or maybe that's my excuse to keep my hatred of them justified. And to not feel obligated or gratitude when they occasionally do something decent.

Did she ever apologize or show remorse? I can't recall if you mentioned.


daviddoesntgetit October 7th, 2013, 6:42 pm

@Sir: Yes! You got exactly the point I was trying to put across. Thank you.

It's hard to keep feeling justified in your anger when you realize the other party is a person just like you.

Ah, well, I guess that kinda ties into my comic where I forgave my stepmom. She never apologized or felt bad, in fact, to this day, she still tells her family members how I was such a brat as a kid for crying all the time and even now her family kinda hates me. I'm pretty sure they think I'm part of the reason she and our dad got divorced.

But y'know. When you set yourself above them, their opinions of you don't really mean jackshit and you can focus on the more meaningful parts of your life.