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0573: Why Tuesday Though in A Latte of Experience 27th Jul, 2020

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0573: Why Tuesday Though
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Author Notes:
Mel Cormac edit delete
Mel Cormac
Seth is referring to this: link
Another relevant page: link

To clarify, “gooseberry” here refers to “playing gooseberry” which means “being a third wheel”.
User comments:

Squirreltastic-Blue
They might as well jump into a bush if they're gonna be silly gooseberries.
Mel Cormac edit delete reply
Mel Cormac
I'm not sure I'd encourage this lot to jump into a bush...
Microraptor edit delete reply
Microraptor
Sex on a... a Tuesday!?

*GASP*

Does the sexual deviancy of this comic know no bounds??
Think of the children!!
Mel Cormac edit delete reply
Mel Cormac
I've gone too far this time *clutches pearls*
anonymous coward (Guest) edit delete reply
Eh, they're not holding hands or anything so you should be fine with everyone except the severe prudes and the severe perverts.
Mel Cormac edit delete reply
Mel Cormac
Goodness, holding hands? I host this comic on Tapas as well, don't you know! *monocle pops off*
LinkyBoy edit delete reply
What's with Paul's this-vaccine-shot-really-hurts gesture?
Mel Cormac edit delete reply
Mel Cormac
Was going for a guilty look, but I think I ran out of space on the page, haha
anonymous coward (Guest) edit delete reply
Hmmm, is Seth upset about the recent changes of his little brother and the relationship of the Walker brothers perhaps? He did say something really stupid that made everything worse the last time he spent days being pissy and upset over Jon.

Last panel, is Paul thinking, "Your approval fills me with shame," or does he not know his girlfriend well enough to expect that opinion yet? I ask because I'm not sure I'll ever get an answer in the comic itself.
Mel Cormac edit delete reply
Mel Cormac
I guess for Paul it's a case of him not being completely sure where the line is. He knows she'd normally be pleased he was mean to someone, but maybe her best friend crosses the line? But yes, her praise makes him feel more guilty than if she'd yelled at him.
anonymous coward (Guest) edit delete reply
Thanks, it's always fun to see their non-romantic interactions because they're approximately at opposite ends of the arsehole scale.
Mel Cormac edit delete reply
Mel Cormac
Also yeah Seth's still salty about putting his foot in it so spectacularly and getting the silent treatment from Jon as punishment
anonymous coward (Guest) edit delete reply
I'm thinking that all the things that led up to Seth sticking his foot in his mouth so spectacularly are still there. On top of that he's also suffering some extra harsh treatment from Jon too. Unless Seth gets some kind of help to avoid doing it again we may be in for another barrage from his mouth cannon.

Idea: Surrealism and a literal mouth cannon is a nifty idea, but I'm not sure it fits your style and this series.
steveha edit delete reply
steveha
This was another literal laugh-out-loud comic for me. ^_^
Mel Cormac edit delete reply
Mel Cormac
:D :D
Matthew Jones (Guest) edit delete reply
Well, this has just NOT been Seth's week, has it? Brother is super peeved at him (for good reason), and his best friend isn't being supportive of him (although she is being supportive of her boyfriend....so, positive for Anna?)

PS - it always throws me for a second when I see the car drawn this way. I'm American, so I just automatically think left-side drive. Needless to say, it's not wrong for your strip to have it right hand drive!
Mel Cormac edit delete reply
Mel Cormac
Yeah, there has been a long run of #fuckseth in the last few pages!

It actually throws me a bit too to see a right-hand drive in a comedy, because I saw a lot of American TV so I kinda expect left-hand drives too!
Matthew Jones (Guest) edit delete reply
You are so right. Btw, I almost said 'pissed off' for Jon, but almost forgot my Brit slang. Completely different meanings!

And I didn't think of the TV aspect. Does it bother Brits to see us driving on the 'wrong side'?
Mel Cormac edit delete reply
Mel Cormac
Actually, "pissed off" does mean angry here, it's "pissed" that means drunk

I don't drive, so it doesn't bother me that much, it just reminds me of this scene:
https://youtu.be/5izP5bSKFWw