This Week in Milford

June 3, 2017

What It Is Ain’t Exactly Clear

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Ladies and gentlemen, today’s strip offers classic laissez-faire Thorp coaching at its finest.  Ryan “Hurricane” Van Auken is getting rocked like a, uh, well, you know, while Gil leaves him in there to twist in the wind.  This prompts random Milford guy – is it the same one who answered the phone in the Journalism Office? – to run and tell Dafne, who’s at softball practice. (Interesting that there are ads on the practice field outfield fence; must be a lot of marketing money to spare floating around in Milford.)

The now elfin Dafne, looking a bit the daughter of Namor, suddenly finds herself incontinent drops everything and runs off to see what’s going down.  Does Mimi even acknowledge Dafne’s defection?  Hell no!  She doesn’t even look so much Dafne’s way! Mimi needs to grow a pair like that Coach Dawes and tell Dafne to go do what she loves but never darken a softball field again.

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4 Comments »

  1. I’m guessing Dafne is in the middle of practice, but I’m really hoping she’s skipping out on an in-progress game. This story is already ridiculous, so go all out.

    Comment by billytheskink — June 3, 2017 @ 7:37 pm

  2. This will bee remembered as the day Dafne, Queen of the Elfs, remembered her True Name.

    Comment by Downpuppy (@Downpuppy) — June 3, 2017 @ 8:41 pm

  3. FWIW, high school athletics having local sponsorship really is a thing, usually from a parent of one of the students conveniently enough…

    The real question is why a softball coach is clearly holding a WOODEN bat…

    Comment by hitorque — June 5, 2017 @ 5:19 am

  4. […] and softball ever appear in the same sentence in this strip to date? Did the fact that, in Milford, you can ditch softball practice for “journalism” with no ill effects influence her decision? Or is it her understanding that softball and soccer are the only coaching […]

    Pingback by Not-so-fast Times at Milf High | This Week in Milford — August 31, 2017 @ 6:52 am


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