If he’s more interested in his career than her, she should know that. How many ’great actors" are still with their HS (or early college) girlfriends, no matter HOW supportive? She should be concentrating on her own self-development.
That’s not Clem. It’s Cartman from South Park in disguise.
oh, for pity’s sakes, knock it off.
They sorta remind me of Jimbo, Kearney and the other guy from the Simpsons.
with names like that no wonder they’re bullies.
I think that character is perfect, just as she is. Haven’t you ever known any young children who had downy fluff you couldn’t hardly see, and then when they grew up it became a magnificent head of hair? Doesn’t anyone remember?
But it IS adapting. Look at the recent trends: Kids use verbs as nouns, make up portmanteau words, and even D’Oh has a dictionary entry. Rules of grammar change, the homonyms of my youth are now homophones, i mean, get with the program or you’ll be left behind.
Does no one use colloquial English in this strip? Must it always be painfully correct? Split an infinitive, already!
They both look happy.