Happy Valentines Day! I hope this reminds you of your lost loves through the Analog Age…
You bear dog you
Ha! Ha! What can I say? :)
why doesnt this method work ever since?
Have you tried it? You never know…
Ah, back in the day…
I’m pretty sure there were relationships that were a total length of hours back then!
there was a boy in our class who had a girlfriend for 15 minutes.
Ha! I bet! That’s hilarious!
Brought a smile to my face. So cute. So true!
Aw! Did you ever write/receive any notes like this?
Lol oh when things were simple :p
Why can’t they stay like that?
I remember those times. It was always fun to write letters.
Do you ever now?
Nice one. :) Would’ve preferred it without the last 2 panels for subtlety, but that’s just me nitpicking. ;)
You know I was afraid people wouldn’t get it. I also had it without the very last panel too…
I think given the subject matter, lack of subtelty is okay. ;)
In fact, without the last panel I probably would have thought he was looking at the same girl. Yeah, they look nothing alike, but one’s waaaaay at the top of the page, but the other’s waaaaay at the bottom, and I’m forgetful.
I knew I should have done this as a short instead of a 3 pager…
I wasn’t thinking once, thought I could write without looking, asked if she wanted to be my girl-fried, she got mad.
LOL! That’s funny! If you had better spelling you would have had a girlfriend!
I couldn’t help it, I was hungry! those classrooms were just BUILT to channel the smells from the cafeteria right around 10′clock.. the chicken fried steak or that breadtangle of pizza… or the coveted SALISBURY STEAK WITH MASH
Wow, that sounds like a fancy school! We were lucky to get chocolate milk.
wow she dissed him man that girl is evil
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