Uh-oh, looks like Luann is ensnaring Jack using the D.E.N.N.I.S. System. She’s flawlessly executing Step One, though I doubt she’ll be able to bring herself to do Step Two.
She chose to go to the session knowing there was going to be a nude model, so she can’t claim it was a surprise. Then, before she even knew who the model was (and therefore the “she knew the guy” bit doesn’t apply) she elected to hang out in the hallway instead of sitting in the room. Once again, not normal activity by any means. And then even after Jack stepped out she didn’t just do the understandable thing and leave. She didn’t even tell the truth about her feelings (even Zebo would understand if she felt weird around a model she knew personally).
I doubt he will. Last we heard of him he was gonna return that fake engagement ring and get back to the girls about it; that was almost a decade ago and that story still hasn’t had its denouement.
They had a lingerie party a month ago and last week a character bragging about how much money she makes posing nude in front of strangers. Get out of here with that “family comic” stuff.
And Naomi Campbell doesn’t have anger issues. You’re aware that Luann’s behavior this past week is not normal for people her age, right? You notice that nobody else in the room seemed to have a problem carrying out the assignment?If it’s not bodily hangups, what kind of problem would you call it? Because it certainly IS a problem.
Maybe she should show him the little Lisa Frank drawing she did instead of the actual assignment so he knows to stop wasting his time with her. Someone that open with and about their body shouldn’t be trying to date someone with that amount of sexual/bodily hang-ups; it’s a recipe for frustration and resentment.
She’s a lot better than she used to be. There was one older strip where she confessed to her diary that she wanted Gunther to keep having romantic feelings for her while she would continue to see him as just a friend. Words cannot describe how despicable a thing that is (to knowingly string someone along just to boost your ego, with no interest in reciprocating their feelings), but luckily Luann was only a kid at the time and has seemingly outgrown that attitude.
Wow, Nancy, way to needlessly coddle your adult daughter. And good job on reinforcing the negative stereotype about environmentalists: that whether or not their actions actually make a difference is irrelevant to the person as long as they can pat themselves on the back for what they’re doing.
Let’s keep in mind that she only went out with him in the first place after finding out that he and Tiffany were hitting it off. Before that point she had no interest in him whatsoever. It would seem that some character flaws (in this case, her obsessive need to one-up Tiffany regardless of who gets caught in the crossfire) are not so easily fixed.