C'est la Vie by Jennifer Babcock

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  1. Night-Gaunt49

    Night-Gaunt49 said, 7 months ago

    She’s feeling lost.

  2. Sisyphos

    Sisyphos said, 7 months ago

    Not used to shopping in the mall of variety, Mlle. Mona?

  3. The missing M. Smokey

    The missing M. Smokey said, 7 months ago

    Go without pants, like me.

  4. AlnicoV

    AlnicoV said, 7 months ago

    Try just finding a pair of plain black shoes for work some time. Ain’t easy when the sales clerk look like you have two heads when you ask.

  5. bawana

    bawana said, 7 months ago

    @The missing M. Smokey

    I know I appreciate any girl that goes cammando!

  6. pschearer

    pschearer GoComics PRO Member said, 7 months ago

    Mona shops like a man.

  7. jimmyh43105

    jimmyh43105 GoComics PRO Member said, 7 months ago

    That’s what the fitting room is for Mona; get one of each and buy the pair that makes you most comfortable! :)

  8. MacQueen

    MacQueen GoComics PRO Member said, 7 months ago

    What does alright mean? Is it something like all right?

  9. paha_siga

    paha_siga said, 7 months ago

    @AlnicoV

    I tried finding a classic cut woman’s blouse this summer – ended up going to a sewmistress.

  10. Comic Minister

    Comic Minister said, 7 months ago

    Go with the Spilt Skirt. I think it’s a pants-style clothing.

  11. Tantor

    Tantor said, 7 months ago

    GET G STRINGS! G STRINGS!

  12. gardenwitch347

    gardenwitch347 said, 7 months ago

    Too many choices.

  13. Night-Gaunt49

    Night-Gaunt49 said, 7 months ago

    @MacQueen

    Alright is a contraction of all right. Both are acceptable.

  14. pschearer

    pschearer GoComics PRO Member said, 7 months ago

    @Night-Gaunt49

    From the Amer. Herit. Dict. 4th Ed.:


    Usage Note: Despite the appearance of the form alright in works of such well-known writers as Langston Hughes and James Joyce, the single word spelling has never been accepted as standard. This is peculiar, since similar fusions such as already and altogether have never raised any objections. The difference may lie in the fact that already and altogether became single words back in the Middle Ages, whereas alright has only been around for a little more than a century and was called out by language critics as a misspelling. Consequently, one who uses alright, especially in formal writing, runs the risk that readers may view it as an error or as the willful breaking of convention.

  15. Lonnie Cavenee

    Lonnie Cavenee GoComics PRO Member said, 7 months ago

    @pschearer

    Thanks for the english lesson. Seriously, I’ve always wondered about that and I’m getting ready to do some serious reports for school. Although I doubt that word will come up.

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