Mutilating paintbrushes! You sicko!
To me it looks like a shaving brush, which would have a nice symbolism since the dad is gone. Were shaving brushes still in use that year? When did they come out with aerosol shaving cream?
You probably thought cutting it up would be okay because it would grow back.
Then why is his mom even mad? Why would SHE need a shaving brush? … oh great! Now I can’t decide if the image that came up is more funny or disturbing!
Now there’s some depth!
No. Abnormal, mean, destructive behavior is not normal or natural or helpful. It doesn’t help you deal with problems, it just creates more and earns you some attention. You were an insensitive little shit. Own up to it.
He was a little kid. You can’t say that about the past. It was a cry for help on the little one, especially a divorce at an age you can remember…
Anon: Four year olds regularly are like that. Honestly, “Anon,” that reply sounds too brusque.
In fact, being unnecessarily brusque and losing face in an internet reply as an adult is far worse of an insensitivity than destroying stuff as a four year old.
Yes. Abnormal, mean, destructive behavior is not normal or natural or helpful. BUT ON METH IT IS! :D
Er, I mean, in young children it is. They’re the most naturally insensitive little shits there are – owning up to it seems a bit redundant (and unrelated to this comic strip). But most of the time they don’t premeditate or reason their insensitive acts like we adults have learned how to do.
Talking about insensitive little shits.
Great stuff! Dimensional! Cheers!
Talk about buzz-kill. Still, interesting to see something with depth and meaning. Not really what I expect, most of the time, round here! ;)
Anon is nothing more then a unnatural human being, we thrive on emotions and they can control us and cause us to act out in ways we normally wouldn’t. If he was human he’d know that.
I wasn’t as young when my parents divorced, I was 12, but I had pretty much the same reaction after my mom had left to live with her now ex boyfriend in the next state over. I guess I’m kind of a special case seeing as I have Asperger’s and have problems properly expressing myself, but I know a 12 year old should know better than to destroy things- especially to such a magnitude that my bed would go from nice and complete, to a headboard and mattress on the floor. I was very angry with my mother and felt that she had abandoned my dad, sister, and I. So I can understand where the artist is coming from at least to a point.
also that’s a blush brush
I remember locking my grandmother in the restroom once by tying one leg of a pair of pantyhose to the doorknob and the other to the railing of the stairs nearby. I was only 4 and it might’ve been because my brother had just been born so I wasn’t getting as much attention, but I’m pretty sure it was because she scared me.
I’ve had no idea you’re parents were divorced! I’m so sorry to hear that. Divorce can scar a child a life (no offense).
This is getting heavy and very emotional.
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