On A Claire Day by Carla Ventresca and Henry Beckett

On A Claire Day

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  1. Logan Sackett

    Logan Sackett GoComics PRO Member said, almost 2 years ago

    Amen, brother!

  2. R Pyle`

    R Pyle` said, almost 2 years ago

    Ingredients? Right. Because everyone will be flocking to the restaurant for overpriced oregano and tomatoes. When do they get to the strip where they just jar and sell the damn pesto?

  3. LadyChel

    LadyChel said, almost 2 years ago

    @Logan Sackett

    Hehe! I’m not sure I would defend a bowl of cocoa pebbles with my life, but fruity pebbles…

  4. LadyChel

    LadyChel said, almost 2 years ago

    Dang, I have a craving now.

  5. Crandlemire

    Crandlemire said, almost 2 years ago

    Actually this is the idea that turns the restaurant around — way to go Claire

  6. comicsssfan

    comicsssfan said, almost 2 years ago

    They don’t seem to be on the same wavelength. Paul has done this in the past, too. Claire says something and Paul replies with a non sequitur. It’s like they are living two completely seperate lives. Paul seems to know about as much about Claire as we the audience know about Paul.

  7. comicsssfan

    comicsssfan said, almost 2 years ago

    With the relationship between Claire and Paul so distant you can’t help but imagine that Paul is sometimes afflicted with raging sleep difficulties. There probably are episodes of Paul waking in a start, painfully turgid from the frustration of long unfulfulled needs and desires. In such a disquieted state it’s impossible to sleep so Paul would simply listen to Claire’s even, contented breaths and wonder if she will ever show proof of her love. Meanwhile street lights piercing the shades would illuminate a faint smile forming on Claire’s delicate lips as giddy dreams of a languid afternoon clothes shopping with Mila – and how ripe with possibility it would be – flow in a sensual parade.

  8. bevgreyjones

    bevgreyjones said, almost 2 years ago

    And here I thought that Paul was a man with an offbeat sense of humor. Silly me.

  9. chefsven

    chefsven said, almost 2 years ago

    This is not a good idea unless the brand is so popular that it’s hard to even get reservations. Otherwise you’re just shooting yourself in the foot (and your service staff) because once you’re selling the ingredients for home use, why bother to actually go to the restaurant but to pick up the ingredients for use at home? May as well open a grocery store in that case. and or a grocery/deli would do, however losing the ambiance of the original cafe feel that initially brought guests to the tables.

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