There’s not much for a fish do but drink.
And all that…
I can work with that. Not saying the reaction to the reaction is day by day.
Greg has a drawing style for human props that let’s you know they’ll never really be central players. I think Bets might have a permanent place. But then, I’m amazed that he’s kept Jack around so long. My guess: crowdsourcing modified the original plan. You don’t throwaway a character that the readers like.
I’m thinking this through from Greg’s point of view, so fiction, not real life. While he flirts with the complexities of real life, ultimately his characters tend to make predictable choices. It may take years, but the strip will probably end with the marriage of Luann and Gunther.
However chaste their relationship, the intimacy and latency of Luann/Gunther could, perhaps should constitute a deal-breaker for Bets. Long history casts a long shadow, and they’ve never worked out where they stand. Add someone new, instant crisis. Who would want to play the someone-new role and wind up in the crossfire.
Very like a whale!!
So, he’s attracted because she looks like him.
Tremors — for those (like me) not into that sort of movie.
>I read a few years ago Americans and Europeans have admitted, and I would assume most western or industrial nations, to viewing their phones while engaged in coitus. The article didn’t say what demographic or age group admitted to this revelation, just that fact that someone or a group of people would say so I find disturbing.
I’ve heard it said that some folks watch porn simply for the pleasure of seeing people not holding phones. (This could already be out of date…I wouldn’t know.)