This Week in Milford

May 9, 2016

Best Friends Forever

Filed under: freak hands, Prairie Style Windows — nedryerson @ 3:38 am

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It’s Monday morning and we’re still grinding through this conversation between True and his buddy, Pete, defining True’s relationship with Boo. To sum this up, True and Boo have arrived at a mature decision to not be romantically entangled given their divergent time tables and higher education trajectories. Guys like Pete here have a hard time grasping the utility of this approach, but I think if we give True’s Socratic method another week or two’s worth of panel space, he can grasp it.

I find True’s statement “Boo wants someplace big” odd. She just wants to go to a “big” school? Strange criteria. Maybe we can see her explaining this to Leisl when True and Pete are done with their walk and talk.

 

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3 Comments »

  1. How did True suddenly morph into Homer Simpson in panel 3?

    Comment by John S. Walters — May 9, 2016 @ 4:20 am

  2. Pete De Windt with the haircut every kid named Jason had back in 1995.

    Comment by billytheskink — May 9, 2016 @ 7:21 am

  3. Everybody’s talking at me…
    P1: Backpack girl’s left scapula describes her relationship with right scapula and their host’s unavoidable demise(?) What other “couple” would concern it?
    P2: Pete’s forehead postulates a conclusion.
    P3: The Exactly. dialog has its own dialog.

    Only the echos of my mind.

    Comment by g2design — May 9, 2016 @ 8:43 am


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