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  1. masnadies commented on For Better or For Worse 1 day ago

    Elly is smart here, refusing to be part of this. She and the kids will be on time and much less smelly than whatever happens with this trash, and John can deal with the consequences of his bad behavior.

  2. masnadies commented on Baldo 14 days ago

    I am attempting to teach all of my children to learn all the useful life skills that we know- basic cooking (as a child, I tried not to learn it), cleaning, lawn-mowing, basic car care, small home repair, etc. My husband somehow managed to live 12 years without knowing how to cook more than 3 or 4 things, but I don’t think that’s a good way to live. His family is very, very gender-role oriented, and I don’t want those limitations for my kids (I found them very uncomfortable, myself, in even a much less intense situation)

  3. masnadies commented on For Better or For Worse 21 days ago

    I’m pretty sure any or all of my children, the youngest most of all, but maybe they learned from her!- would do that. When it comes to hanging out outside, with their friends or playing alone, I don’t mind that so much. Although the fear that comes when they don’t show immediately isn’t fun.

  4. masnadies commented on For Better or For Worse 23 days ago

    My kids are 7, 9, and 11. And yes. I try to fix it, but I’m an only child (and a very non-confrontational one) and simply don’t understand it- or anything about siblings, really, for all i read about it.

  5. masnadies commented on Baldo 23 days ago

    I am terrified of talking on the phone socially. Have been for decades (business is stil icky, but it’s scripted and there are things business people can’t ask you, like “BTW, we have no sitter this summer and I see you are off school and can watch our child”). Usually, I just let the phone ring. If I do make the attempt, I often mess up hysterically, saying things that make no sense (“This summer the Y won’t let me, I can’t because the Y rules, goodbye”), as my stomach churns. If I need to talk to someone, I attempt to find them in person, where I can read their conversational cues and know when to soften what I’m saying, take a different tack, or run away. Or I use email or text, which allow me to think, process, and respond in edited politeness, without the terror in my voice inherent to a phone call. (I also got the ability to text about a year ago. But I like it. Before, I’d lug my computer around to email)

  6. masnadies commented on For Better or For Worse 29 days ago

    If they were bored, any of my 3 kids would have done it.

  7. masnadies commented on For Better or For Worse about 1 month ago

    Elly is spot on here. What a perfect friend, at a time when sorely needed!

    This would be a horrible time of adjustment for everyone. I’ve seen step-parents become “Dad”, but it did take years of love and proof of stability. People in this strip have not been together long, and have hit several terribly stressful milestones: divorce, move, new jobs, marriage- so issues are very believable. The father should definitely be helping, but it is a huge change for kids going through huge enough changes already in their lives, and it is going to be rocky! Doesn’t mean it can’t end well, but it’s tough for everyone.

  8. masnadies commented on Baldo about 1 month ago

    My kids have also learned that the radio being turned down is a bad sign! Funny how we all do it, and yet we all do it without realising it or why it helps

  9. masnadies commented on For Better or For Worse about 1 month ago

    This doesn’t really seem that far off my oldest’s behaviour, and he is about Michael’s age. As for the sweating, it is summer (even in Canada), and I do like the artwork, too.

  10. masnadies commented on For Better or For Worse about 1 month ago

    Sweet. And real.