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  1. andygup commented on Luann 2 months ago

    There’s my boy, congratulations to Greg Evans for succesfully developing a good solid character from a boy into a man.

  2. andygup commented on Luann 3 months ago

    His frustration is actually the first step to getting himself the courage to be a little more spontaneous.

    For many, frustration over being the good guy, always being over cautious is very frustrating, because it causes one to hesitate and experience setbacks in many aspects of life. The frustration at being the nice guy finishing last, leads to a sense of abandon, which loosens inhibitions – hopefully it works out for him.

    This sort of character development is a common theme in many narratives – the most obvious, and extreme, is the show ‘Breaking bad’

  3. andygup commented on Luann 3 months ago

    His frustration is actually the first step to getting himself the courage to be a little more spontaneous.

    For many, frustration over being the good guy, always being over cautious is very frustrating, because it causes one to hesitate and experience setbacks in many aspects of life. The frustration at being the nice guy finishing last, leads to a sense of abandon, which loosens inhibitions – hopefully it works out for him.

    This sort of character development is a common theme in many narratives – the most obvious, and extreme, is the show ‘Breaking bad’

  4. andygup commented on Endtown 4 months ago

    The 396 definitions of “I’m fine” have yet to be documented by the male of our species.

  5. andygup commented on Zen Pencils 6 months ago

    Amazing – a species of human that evolved with no foreheads!

    Sorry, I couldn’t help myself, this strip is amazing, keep up the good work!

  6. andygup commented on Luann 7 months ago

    Never understood the ‘senior’ thing, it wasn’t a thing in my high school. A senior is stilll a student, I didn’t enjoy any special treatment or any sort of sense of seniority over the others.
    Of course, I spent very little attention to anything when I was a student.

  7. andygup commented on Zen Pencils 8 months ago

    You can work for 12 hours a day for a lot of money, or you can work for 8 hours for less, and see your family at the end of the day. Back when I was single, I quit my job, and travelled west living out of my car for the better part of a year while looking for work, chasing my dreams. The rewarding sense of adventure, and incredible sense of self that it gave me stays with me as one of my most positive experiences in my adult life, despite being unsucessful at the end.
    Now, I have a career – I’m not doing what I love, and my career progression has completely stagnated, but I get home by 4 every day, and spend the last 6 hours of the day with the people I love most in my life.

  8. andygup commented on Zen Pencils 8 months ago

    this is beautiful, the best illustrator to come along in a very long time.

  9. andygup commented on Doonesbury 8 months ago

    Careful, you might catch her gay if she sneezes, especially in the car, roll down the window!

  10. andygup commented on For Better or For Worse 8 months ago

    FBOFW and it’s character’s have been a part of my life for as long as I can remember. I haven’t been following much since Lynn Johnston returned to the beginning, but suddenly to come back and see Grandma and Grampa, alive, well, and quite a bit younger is, well, like seeing old friends who I thought had been lost forever.

    I’m sorry she decided to wrap up their stories, because these characters have become so real. if only..

    Lynn, maybe it’s time to hire some writers to get things going again. Well managed, these stories could go on for another long long time.