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Author Topic: WCT 22-26 November 2010 (Thanksgiving Week/1800-1805/Aftermath of the Breakup)  (Read 148643 times)

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...but I don't think Martenmom qualifies as a 'butch girl' either.


In summary:

Dora is bi, but she may not especially like butch girls, which Tai is, but Tai may not be interested in Dora even post break-up because of the late presence of Marten's man batter inside her girl bits.

So Dortai may be a go but probably not and not for a while because it would be really awkward for Tai and I don't thjink Dora is ready for anything because she's still totally in love with Marten even though her crazy brain won't let her...
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Methinks Dora should give Hanners the rest of the day off.  

That would give her a chance to go break into their apartment, bust open the french-fry hoodie, dig out one of Dora's party favors (the purple one) and fall asleep on their couch, blubbering and hugging the detritus of a failed relationship.  

Marten, returning from work, finds her there.  When he wakes her, Hanners begins to scream, not realizing where she is.  He gets the wrong impression when he sees what she's snuggling with.  She eventually is able to explain, but not without nearly dying of embarrassment first.  

It's always the kids who get hit hardest by a breakup...
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It's always the kids who get hit hardest by a breakup...
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Saddest Hanners ever :cry:
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She's just so sensitive...
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cutest hanners ever in panel two though.
seriously, with those blue eyes so big?
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That would give her a chance to go break into their apartment, bust open the french-fry hoodie, dig out one of Dora's party favors (the purple one) and fall asleep on their couch, blubbering and hugging the detritus of a failed relationship.  


Methinks Dora's box of party favors was on the list of things Sven was supposed to pick up. If it wasn't, then he added it to the list on his own.
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Yes because guys just love handling their sister's sex toys.

cutest hanners ever in panel two though.
seriously, with those green eyes so big?


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Yeah, there is no way in hell that Dora told Sven to pick her party favours up for her, or that he'd do it even if she had.

That's just... no.  NO.
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Yeah, there is no way in hell that Dora told Sven to pick her party favours up for her, or that he'd do it even if she had.

That's just... no.  NO.

Why not, he probably picked up a box with all her underwear and stuff.  It's not like he has to open the box or even know what's in it in order to pick it up.  Dora would just say "bring back all the boxes in the closet in my room" or something.
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Yeah, there is no way in hell that Dora told Sven to pick her party favours up for her, or that he'd do it even if she had.

That's just... no.  NO.

Why not, he probably picked up a box with all her underwear and stuff.  It's not like he has to open the box or even know what's in it in order to pick it up.  Dora would just say "bring back all the boxes in the closet in my room" or something.

Or judging by what we've seen of the Bianchi family, he may just not really care.

Y'know, so long as he doesn't have to directly handle the things.


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Not sure if it's me being near braindead from fatigue, but for some reason today's comic made me giggle hysterically...

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Just noticed this:

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The CoD Blackboard

Specials

none today.
fuck off.



Damn, even the blackboard is in a bad mood!
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It's always the kids who get hit hardest by a breakup...
Yeah.

So... who gets Pintsize in the custody battle?  :-D :-D :-D
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What did Marten go to school for anyway? (I should really know this.)
He studied music history and critical theory. The fastest way to find this out is on the wiki.
EDIT: I should have put a link there, shouldn't I? http://questionablecontent.wikia.com/wiki/Marten_Reed#Education

And if you want the actual post it got mentioned, it was #276.


Oh god.....poor sad Hannelore...I can't take it  :cry:


I'm reminded of the strip (516, it turns out) where Faye tells the CoD girls about her past (immediately following The Talk), and Raven takes it rather hard:

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Faye: Silly little empath, it's okay.  Don't cry, I'll be fine.  Eventually.


This sent me to #515 (I like to check the context of strips), which left me with a mildly shocking realization... Hannelore's seen Marten's junk.  Or course, to be fair, Marten's seen Hannelore's boob, too...
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Seeing as how sad today's comic is, I present for your viewing entertainment.

:psyduck: :psyduck: :psyduck: :psyduck: :psyduck: :psyduck: :psyduck: :psyduck:


.....Apparently, I am easily entertained after a visit to my dentist....
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I don't recall anyone else mentioning this paticular comic #, so here's a Social Anxiety Dora Admitting She Has Big, Longtime Problems comic:
http://questionablecontent.net/view.php?comic=293

Remember, folks -- cats make terrible psychologists.  :-D
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I don't recall anyone else mentioning this paticular comic #, so here's a Social Anxiety Dora Admitting She Has Big, Longtime Problems comic:
http://questionablecontent.net/view.php?comic=293

Remember, folks -- cats make terrible psychologists.  :-D

But she'd kill anyone who tried to tell her that now.
Or spiral further into bitterness.
Either way it would not be good.
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New here, hi everyone. I gotta say - I have no clue why I like this comic, but I've been coming back every day for a few years now. It is really good!

I also had to finally find the forums - the artwork in panel two (especially) and also three is unbelievably good - he captures the way salt tears make eye color shine perfectly.

On the breakup - I've been around the block a few times. Regardless of whether or not Dora is being unreasonable is besides the point. If Martin wants to keep her, he is going to have to drop Faye; it's that simple. Dora can't take it, and that's just all there is to it. It doesn't have to be fair. Emotions are not fair. It seems very clear to me that Dora isn't really 'the one' for Marten...I would say it will wind up being Faye eventually; he is showing this now.

Wow. I thought I was done with this kind of drama years ago.
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I know I was. 

And now, I'm not. 

Welcome to the club.  Just be careful, it's a heavy one.  Does lots of damage. 
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it never occured to me, but now Marten is never going back to Coffee of Doom, is he?
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That remains to be seen, but it won't be for a while and it will be awkward.
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Oh I'm sure he'll go back eventually, I mean it's not like Dora cheated on him and he hates her guts now. I mean, I'm sure he's (understandably) angry with her, but it's not the kind of anger that can't be gotten over. If I were in Marten's shoes I'd avoid CoD for....I dunno 3 weeks, maybe a month? Which, in comic time, will probably even out to five months, but you get the idea.
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I make it a point never to go to places I know my ex will be.

Don't know if I can speak for Marten, though.
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Some of the best advice I've ever gotten regarding breakups was to avoid the ex completely for one week for each month you were together.  If Marten and Dora have been together for about a year, that's about three months of avoiding CoD.

That time gives you a clean break when you most need it so you don't relapse into the relationship before you've had a chance to work on whatever issues were there that caused you to break up, and you don't get back together for the sake of dealing with the loneliness.  It also makes it easier to resume a friendship afterwards.
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We shall see. I would guess that in three weeks Marten may not have even reached the lowest point, yet. If I'm wrong about that I will be happy for him.
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Wow. Clearly I have much to learn regarding relationships.  :-o

(that's wasn't sarcasm, I'm really admitting my inexperience in matters of romance. I've only been in one relationship myself :oops:)
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Sounds like the past tense, there.  My condolences. 

With all the accumulated knowledge on this forum, and the pontificating that comes with years of experience and numerous failed relationships, I can only tell you one thing; 


it really doesn't get any easier. 


Don't give up, though.  When it works, it's worth it. 
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I love the specials.  How on earth does Dora's shop stay open?   :-)

Everyone orders a large latte... this is going to be one long day for the girls.  It's a rough day here too.
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Don't give up, though.  When it works, it's worth it. 
Carl-E; have you ever had a moment when you've walked into your house and your lady is yelling at one of the kids to stop <whatever> and get down from there, and just suddenly known you're home?
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He could always call Faye and ask, "Is Dora still there?"
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I don't recall anyone else mentioning this paticular comic #, so here's a Social Anxiety Dora Admitting She Has Big, Longtime Problems comic:
http://questionablecontent.net/view.php?comic=293

Remember, folks -- cats make terrible psychologists.  :-D

Avatar's totally gettin' changed...

I fucking love Mieville  : P
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This sent me to #515 (I like to check the context of strips), which left me with a mildly shocking realization... Hannelore's seen Marten's junk.  Or course, to be fair, Marten's seen Hannelore's boob, too...

And right there we also have a really interesting take on Dora's insecurities... she goes from rather aggressive at first to saying this:

Quote from: Dora in comic #1314
I guess I never have to worry about you cheating on me.

Nope, it seems Mieville aint no good as a therapist. Trying to solve everything with murder might be a slight hint  an obvious giveaway? EDIT: quite the wake-up call, huh?

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And, after this dramatic arc of the story, I feel a strong urge to express my admire to Jeph's wonderful artwork and storytelling. But I can't find a suitable smiley. Damn.  :psyduck:
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He could always call Faye and ask, "Is Dora still there?"

"This is Dora you dumbass."
Marten: *click*


(you know, depending on how alike Faye and Dora's voices are)
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Without being specific, I think there are a lot of silly things being said about this breakup.  But then, what do I know? - my wife and I have just spent a pleasant evening entertaining my ex and her husband.
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Wow. Clearly I have much to learn regarding relationships.  :-o

(that's wasn't sarcasm, I'm really admitting my inexperience in matters of romance. I've only been in one relationship myself :oops:)

It really depends heavily on the person. Outside of one relationship... that was just a complete trainwreck, I've broken up with all my exes on pretty amicable terms and didn't really see the need to distance myself when we were still friends.

Now, it can be a bit awkward at times as you become used to it, but some people just handle it completely different from others. (One of my best friends was an exgf, never really distanced myself from her after the breakup, granted we didn't talk as much, but I don't tend to talk to my other friends as much as I do an SO, and I still talked to her or saw her every few days.)
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I meant on her cell phone, doofus.

Faye DOES have one. This is, apparently, the 21st century.
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"Faye, this is Marten. Is Dora there?"

"Hang on a sec. HEY, DORA!"
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I meant on her cell phone, doofus.

Faye DOES have one. This is, apparently, the 21st century.

Yeah I thought about that like 20 seconds after I posted but left it up anyway cause I still think it's funny  :-D

"Faye, this is Marten. Is Dora there?"

"Hang on a sec. HEY, DORA!"

Marten:
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So... who gets Pintsize in the custody battle?  :-D :-D :-D
Dora has a cat, and Marten has both a desktop and a laptop. Faye has neither. So perhaps the answer to your question is Faye's horrific daydream.
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I meant on her cell phone, doofus.

Faye DOES have one. This is, apparently, the 21st century.

Yeah I thought about that like 20 seconds after I posted but left it up anyway cause I still think it's funny  :-D

"Faye, this is Marten. Is Dora there?"

"Hang on a sec. HEY, DORA!"
Marten:
Dora: Hello? Hello?? (shuts off phone) Dammit Faye, that's the third time you've given me your phone and no one's there!
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I love the chalk board.  Even though Dora's frustration isn't showing through her character in this comic, the chalk board just makes it sooo apparent.
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The artwork really has changed alot since the beginning, I can't wait for it to evolve into something even more realistic...
Machinema anyone? QC movie?

Relationships: my first ex really ripped a hole in my heart. It was untenable to be friends afterwards, but we were really young to start with.
When we started hanging out as friends some 5 years later, she had to stop talking to me because her new BF couldn't take it. And I don't
blame her for that at all; it was the right move to make.
Almost the same thing for the next one; she had no interest in being a friend afterwards either - but as a genius level intellect that's no suprise.
It's been the same for all exes; I talk to none of them, nor would I really want to. The physical attraction would just rise up and bite my ass all over again,
even years afterwards.
Marten can see all of the other chix outside of CoD; he doesn't need to go back there. As for Dora, she is pretty much a whack job and does indeed need
help. Jeph caught female 'logic' totally in this one. He had to have had help in writing female characters from a chick.

PS: in my experience, there has never been such a thing as 'just friends' with the opposite sex. A waitress 15 years my senior who I worked with and who
had the hots for me (but refused to act on it) explained that to me once: there will always be something in the back of your mind; the flirting is never ever just
'innocent'. You might never act on it, but it is always there.
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OH.

MY.

GOD.
 
 :-o

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It might be my hangover gremlims talking, but fridays strip made me go "aaaaaaaaw, POOR Hanners   :cry:"   and giggle almost uncontrollably at the same time.
Damn, somehow the sight of uber-sad Hanners (and Dora, atleast in the final panel) is just simply brain-melting cute  :-(. Somehow, this was SO fitting
conclusion of this weeks aftermath of Teh Drama.

Also, gotta love the chalk board. "none today. f**k off." Kinda shows that -everyone- is miserable, even if they aren't showing it now, even the damn board.  :-)


I think next week(s?) will be very interesting (and prolly sad too  :-( ).
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Oh, we're nowhere near  through all th fallout.  Next week will probably have most strips looking at Marten's day after - all we saw was morning with Faye, and Sven before he left for work.  There's still Tai at work (could be a looong conversational arc there), and then after work - Steve, and Pastor Vodka.  And Gary, the Tequila monster.  Possibly Jimbo.  Marten needs some company, and the ladies are occupied. 

Edit:  No, I'm not recommending drunkenness to deal with it, but it a reasonable amount of painkilling may be in order so that Marten can figure out what's next. 

Edit of edit:  OK, maybe I am  recommending drunkenness.  Hell, I dunno.  It's been over 20 years since I broke up with someone! 
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Oh, we're nowhere near  through all th fallout.  Next week will probably have most strips looking at Marten's day after - all we saw was morning with Faye, and Sven before he left for work.  There's still Tai at work (could be a looong conversational arc there), and then after work - Steve, and Pastor Vodka.  And Gary, the Tequila monster.  Possibly Jimbo.  Marten needs some company, and the ladies are occupied.    

Ah damnit, seems that my silly hangover-rant was misunderstood. I wasn't meaning that the drama fallout would be cleared in such a short moment. I was just being happy
that the week didn't end in a similar sad cliffhanger like for example, last week. Thou the script was sad, it had a little bit of comedy in it (on closer thought, sad Hanners...
uh oh, adorable and d'aww-inducing.. but funny? meh, guess the cynical side got the better of me). I too think that next will show us Marten dealing with the drama (and somehow i think Jimbo and the path for drunken obliviousness could play a role there...)

Well, serves me right for writing (silly rants?) while suffering from yesterday's "good" ideas concerning vast amounts of alcohol.  :-P  So, sorry for the bad grammar.


And for a comical sidenote, i think Mieville could actually be awesome therapist, atleast if he/she would give some advice how to clean the evidence after the murders  :evil: :evil: :evil:
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Sign that you're too Aspergers-ish about a comic:

The guy in Friday's comic appears to be Angus' replacement as "Generic regular customer at Coffee of Doom".
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Yeah! I, too, think that we've seen that face before? But wasn't Angus sparring wits with Faye pretty much from his first appearance onwards? This guy has not shown much character, yet.

But the Barista Futures Market value may be on its way up? With two out of five single! Don't know if the analysts are convinced, though? After all, Dora is a wreck, and Hannelore's stock has some question marks as well. Also, Cosette didn't meet Steve thru the coffee shop, so the investor-wannabes are concerned.

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