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  1. andygup commented on Zen Pencils about 1 month ago

    Well done!

  2. andygup commented on Zen Pencils about 1 month ago

    Competition? There’s always, ALWAYS, someone better at anything.
    Knowing that, and knowing yourself, ironically leads to the most happiness. That is where the virtue of humility and the fallacy, the sin, of pride.

  3. andygup commented on For Better or For Worse about 1 month ago

    Our game as kids was using the house as a net, each player on opposite sides of the house

  4. andygup commented on Luann about 1 month ago

    these kids have been in school a looooong time ;) i think it’s time they really get out into the world!

  5. andygup commented on Luann about 1 month ago

    when I was 19, dropping out of university, my own Mother gave me a similiar kick in the ass – ie. “you’ve always wanted to.. why aim for anything less?” I had got it in my mind that being an adult meant just that.

  6. andygup commented on Luann 6 months ago

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

  7. andygup commented on Luann 7 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’

  8. andygup commented on Luann 7 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’

  9. andygup commented on Endtown 8 months ago

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

  10. andygup commented on Zen Pencils 10 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!