It’s another Smoo comic, folks. It’s such a lovely summery day here, so I thought, well, why not?
So confessions of bisexuality may cause onlookers to spontaneously sprout arms?
Smoo – your sense of humour. I approve of it
I like this comment. Sven thank you for commenting. My life, and I feel this comic, has been enriched.
The comic itself is also great of course. It’s great because it illustrates a truth, and I like truth.
Oh hello! I forget that you read this. I haven’t spoken to you for a long time. I was starting to wonder if I had imagined you.
my thanks to lotte for giving my musings an airing
# warning; stick figures may sprout limbs/appendages sponteneously #
And as you’ve pointed out with regards to similar reactions to poly folk in the past, Lotte, they’re both unhealthy.
I haven’t been this excited about stick figures since the invention of the walk-in closet. (I probably should see somebody about that…)
Why are there no more!? My heart…it has a sad D:
My heart has a sad too. Lack of internet at the new co-op house means no comics. Here is a more full explanation: http://www.polyinpictures.com/2012/06/29/epic-delays/
Is this really true? Maybe I’ve been hanging out with anime/manga fans for too long… most of the people I know would be happy if a guy they knew was into guys.
And in a poly situation, at least in my experience, it can lead to less jealousy issues. (We’re less likely to be scared of losing a significant other to someone we’re both in love with.)
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