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Comic: In Dying Order
cap, captain miss america
teaberryblue



Mirrored from Antagonia.net.



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Hee, I love this one, Tea.

If you add in a couple of "Did you realize your cat is shedding?" comments, that's my grandma too.

That last expression on your grandma's face is perfect.

Edited at 2009-12-03 11:48 pm (UTC)

Hahaha I was so happy with that last expression! Thank you!

And my grandma doesn't notice the cat hair. Maybe because no one is in the middle of using it.

I can verify the accuracy of this comic.

Especially the disappearing pots. And spoons. And ingredients.

It is like there are brownies. Except they are grandma.

IT IS NOT LOL WHEN YOU NEED THE SPATULA.

that's the best yet!
XD;;;

Thanks! I really liked this one.

Oh, this is great! I've become a big fan of your comics---this one really struck home, though it was my mother, not my grandmother ---the last panel abou tkilled me!

There was this one point where I seriously forcibly kept her from getting down on her hands and knees to pick lint up off the floor. It is crazy!

Oh and thank you very much! it tickles me to death when people start reading my journal for the comics!

Edited at 2009-12-04 12:00 am (UTC)

haaaha this one actually made me LOL, a rare feat! so much fuzzzzzz

YOU DO NOT KNOW HOW MUCH FUZZ THERE WAS ON THE FLOOR, MY GOD.

Haha! My mom is the same way! Growing up, I'd take a glass from the cabinet to get a drink, go to the fridge, turn around and my glass is now in the sink getting scrubbed. And when I had sleepovers she'd make me and my friend make up my bed the next morning!

Well, bed-making is a good habit! I know I suck at it! But the glass thing oh god! It is so annoying!

My dad and your grandma should have a cleaning party, except my dad would break stuff.

Oh it is okay, my grandma breaks things too.

I think my favorite thing about this comment is that the noise that the pot makes when you set it down is "put" and the noise the rag makes when your grandma is dusting is "dust".

Hahahaha thanks! Sometimes I feel like the action of the thing is more important to illustrate than the noise it is making!

*giggles* This is perfect. I am guilty of the putting away of things other people are using... though my house will never be in "dying" order.

I don't even know what dying order means! Seriously, that is the last thing I want to be spending time doing if I'm worried I might die in the night.

Isn't it a bit like when they warn you to always wear clean underwear in case you end up in an accident? seriously, if I was in an accident and had to be picked up by ambulance, I kinda doubt my underwear would be clean by then, even if they were from the start.

Hahahaha, exactly. And I doubt the EMTs are going to decide how much to try saving my life based on my undies.

*snickers* awww my grandparents were the normal ones, for some reason all the cleaning genes ended up in my mother. Possibly from being one out of eight siblings in a tiny house...

And that almost zen-like expression kills me, it is then you get the feeling that cleaning really almost is a comfort for people like this, a shaked fist against the chaos of the world.

Your comics really do get better and better.

Thank you so much! And yeah, she totally is like that, she gets nervous and freaked out if she can't clean. And she was one of seven! So!

That...is creepy! And if I don't really care what people think of my mess while I'm alive, why would I if I'm dead? (The sad thing is I'm more uncomfortable with how I feel about my mess, other people can think whatever they want!)

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