Ah yes, tea fixes everything!
A low bar indeed.
LOL True that. Listen to the wisdom of Grandma, Wigglesworth. ;-)
Come on, Wiggie! When Salem summoned you, you got a chance for a major do-over. Leave your past behind and start a new life and become whoever you want to be.
Tea and sympathy. I love Olwen.
Ah the wisdom of the aged…..plus Olwen has attitude in spades….I second Fiona D, Granny is wonderful.
still loving the “for #?%* ’s sake”.it’s a got to of mine, lol.
It’s all in the family.
Olwen is the best adult in this strip: feisty and tough as nails, but with just enough tenderness to make her endearing.
Not only is Vesper dating her uncle, she’s dating a total twit. Oh. I already said that. Olwen, you could clue Vesper in. She’d no doubt love the idea of reforming a criminal demon. (does a demon get tossed in the hoosegow for doing good deeds? Being a good deed doer?)
Grandma is great. Note that she has no trouble seeing that Wigglesworth is better than Offal.
Neitzsche said it best when the object of your desire returns your love, “How can such a perfect creature be in love with someone as low as myself?” (Paraphrased)
…what was Wiggie locked up for?…if you’re locking up demons, it’s either because they were REALLY bad or REALLY good…
This comic was not safe for work today . . . I burst out laughing and colleagues came to check! (oops)
Grandma sees the advantages of having a friendly underworld demon in the family.
Somehow I don’t think Vesper’s senses are so delicate. Out of whack but definitely not delicate.