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Lorialette (@Lorialette) says
236 http://t.co/V2XvdxcYVZ via @depressioncomix
This comic is basically the story of my life. http://t.co/lMtN3iG6gy
San Sdn says
Cerri Dwenn says
finally! tank you so much!
Sean Hantz says
I take great pride in my antisociability
Steve Andrew says
Yep that’s me. Only without the dress and long hair.
Yeah, I so get this. My nickname at work is “Eeyore.” But I have my moments of serious antisocial behavior. I guess I should feel lucky I work for the government. Anywhere else and I would have probably been fired like my last two jobs.
Keith Gottschalk says
Reminds me of what happened when I tried to take a local improv class. I’m better off alone although I hate it.
Oh high school, how I don’t miss you at all.
Hear, hear. Five years ago I drove past my old high school, and I have to admit I was as nostalgic as an ex-prisoner going by the place he did his time. Glad I’m out, no other good feelings. I actually took a shot at my past high school more directly in the comic, but no one from that school has called me on it.
Kim Guy says
Oh how that hit the feels, word for word. Thank you I needed this.
The two male characters seem quite familiar. Dunno if I’m allowed to mention your older works in here, however. Kudos.
Yes, this is the first strip to feature only SL characters, although the two male characters have appeared in depression comix before.
Hello Clay. You don’t know me but I want to tell you that I love your work and I thank you so much for making it. It’s been two years of hard recovery for me and your relatable series had helped me start the process by better understanding myself. The future is still unknown and scary but that’s not necessarily a bad thing. I have hope now and I’m proud to say that you deserve some of the credit for that. Thank you, thank you, thank you!
This is hardly comedy but its interesting. I think all of us here can relate:)
My parents called me anti-social when I was younger. I wonder if that was my cover as well for the early signs of my depression.
#depression http://t.co/s6RvUDdO5B @depressioncomix http://t.co/5IOlDKF0iC
Samin Mark Urquelle says
Hits close to home as I knew women like this in high school and never was able to bridge the divide.