Yup, you’re right. I clearly forgot to proofread before posting the comment. I hate when that happens.
Pay attention to what? Where in the strip has it stated that this is the end of their second year? Because I’ve noticed the following facts: They’ve been attending college since 2014, and more importantly, they’ve been shown beginning the school year every autumn and ending the school year in the summer 4 times. There has been 4 Christmases shown in the strip since she started college.
Unless those seasons and that holiday all occur biannually all of a sudden, this means 4 years have passed.
I would confide much in Bernice if I were her. Remember Bernice’s snide reaction when Luann came back from the body art expo? “In case you care about what’s going on in the real world…”. There was literally no reason for her to act like that.
There’s a lot of works out there where the main character is the least interesting / entertaining of the bunch. It’s big in sitcoms but happens elsewhere too.
Wow, so at the end of her 4th year of college she finally realizes that she needs to start making goals for her future. In another 6 years perhaps she’ll figure out what some of those goals actually are.
Aren’t there deadlines for enrollment? Or can you really wait until the last minute like this? And what if Ann convinces Tiffany’s dad to stop spending money on tuition and room/board?
Fair enough. But remember: there’s a fine line between hope and self-delusion.
Handing out instructions isn’t. But the stuff she did before in her pursuit of Piro certainly was. Like when she lied to Tiffany about a room inspection just to gain unsupervised access to her room, and then tried to break into her phone to get Piro’s number out of it. Or when she removed Piro’s scarf from the scene of the TV theft and then lied to the faculty and security, claiming there had been nothing there. Or when she got upset at Tiffany letting Piro sleep in her dorm room (but ultimately not reporting it as she should have) while she herself had let Piro sleep over before.
Just because Bernice isn’t abusing her power at this exact moment doesn’t make all the times she did suddenly nonexistent.
She was looking at him with an unpleasant, single-raised-eyebrow expression. Where has that expression been used to show distraction rather than contempt / annoyance? Just let me know the comic or other work that did it.
Because once again, you’re changing the meaning of things to one that suits your argument but is unseen anywhere else. First it was “Bye now” suddenly NOT being a passive-aggressive dismissal, and now we’re supposed to believe that giving someone the stink-eye means you’re distracted, when usually distraction is shown by them looking somewhere OTHER than at that person.
I don’t ever recall saying that Tara was the standard of perfection. She’s definitely done her share of dumb and bad things. But that doesn’t make her wrong in this instance. You’re attacking the source of the argument instead of the argument itself. Calling me “Luannhater” doesn’t address the situation itself either.
If Tara was so wrong, why did Luann end up seeing her point on Saturday?