Connie to the Wonnie by Connie Sun

Connie to the Wonnie

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  1. orinoco womble

    orinoco womble said, 1 day ago

    Thank you Connie. From the bottom of my mended heart.

  2. orinoco womble

    orinoco womble said, 1 day ago

    And you should sell prints of your strips.

  3. Fredcritter

    Fredcritter said, 1 day ago

    ♡ Lovely ♡

  4. katina.cooper

    katina.cooper said, about 23 hours ago

    Once broken, twice as strong.

  5. Cilliers

    Cilliers said, about 23 hours ago

    Makes me think of Nietzsche: Are you ugly (in this case from being broken!), my brothers? Then take the sublime about you – the mantle of the ugly.

  6. Carl

    Carl GoComics PRO Member said, about 22 hours ago

    Well done, Ms. Sun. There are days when your comic strip shines brighter then the sun!

  7. Happy, Happy, Happy!!! (FREE DOGSNIFF!)

    Happy, Happy, Happy!!! (FREE DOGSNIFF!) GoComics PRO Member said, about 20 hours ago

    I would like to think so.
    I guess its posable that i just haven’t been repaired yet.

  8. Three Steps Over Japan

    Three Steps Over Japan GoComics PRO Member said, about 20 hours ago

    You can find kintsukuroi repair kits on amazon.co.jp.

  9. CC Rockenbach

    CC Rockenbach GoComics PRO Member said, about 20 hours ago

    <3

  10. pop o' matic

    pop o' matic said, about 19 hours ago

    It is a known fact that when something is broken and then repaired, either by welding it back together or with stitches, that part becomes the strongest part, that even includes your heart.

  11. Melissa Lomax

    Melissa Lomax GoComics PRO Member said, about 18 hours ago

    I Love This!

  12. BlueJayRobin

    BlueJayRobin said, about 7 hours ago

    Wonderful. Yet, platypuses must only be repaired with pure platinum. It makes them so shiny in the Australian sun.

  13. Fredcritter

    Fredcritter said, about 2 hours ago

    “And you know the perforated part in the toilet paper? That never tears first, does it. Right in the middle is where it tears. So it’s the perforation that makes it stronger.”
    —David St. Hubbins

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