December 09, 2018
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Well I mean, some people become memes on accident.
Well you are a role model on what not to do.
Where’s Chad? :(
i think it would be better if the kid admires nate for his pranks or smth like that and upon meeting nate he does smth stupid which killed gregory’s admiration. instead of the twist we got which was unnecessary
4/10 pretty lame comic
Nate has some really supporting friends….
Nate needs to either learn that he doesn’t really have anything to be a role model or become absolutely self-absorbed while still being likeable, because the latter would be funnier than what we have right now.
5.5/10 Well, that’s a rating for the arc in general. It was almost exactly what I expected it would be, Nate doing something stupid on camera and gets laughed at by someone.
Good question.Script Rating: 7/10 Arc Rating: 6.5/10
Everything has been done before by now.
Darn, THAT was easy………
Remember when this comment section had a million polls?
well this is a letdown
I’m going to say something ugly Nate, but yes you are a role model, but of things you shouldn’t do!
he should’ve just been a creepy stalker. that would be better than this. THINK ABOUT THE READERS, LINCOLN
Another ‘legend in their own mind’.
Nate’s got a point. The way Gregory wrote the letter, I can see how Nate got the idea of Gregory thinking Nate’s a role model.
I can’t think of anything to say, so I’ll just say this: Have a good weekend and stay safe.
Negative examples are examples also….
This arc was good up until now.
Well, fine ending. 7.5/10. this week get’s a 8/10. better then some other arcs
It is 12:25 and I just checked the strip and my notifications. I don’t know why I even had my hopes high for this arc tbh1.4/10 hopefully next week will have a better arc*My favorite arc ever is probably “Mold!”
Nate is a good bad example.
I changed my pfp and name. Instead of broccoli gerald, it is iloccorb dlareg, which is “broccoli” and “gerald” spelled backwards.
2:40. little under 100 comments. shocking. I thought there would be more
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