ever have the pizza guy hand you a "Pacman Pizza?"macrokat wrote:Oh my... bring back Ask tia... and pizza paws?! WTF!!! Actually, if you got one of those mini or single pizzas the ones that are small circles about the size of your hand, and then heated up some pizza puffs, you could arrange them to look like a paw, and then you'd have a pizza paw.Marcusaralius76 wrote:I second that.Lpedy wrote:can i ask u a thing?
Can't Ask Tina come back? i loved that series
Sarah: "You got paws in my pizza!"
Clare: "You got pizza in my paws!"
H. B. Reese: "WTF?"
As my mother always said, "The only place patience is not a good thing is at Armageddon."But now back to Ask Tia, I wouldn't mind doing some more, but not right now. I'd at least like to get a few more pages of Chloe and Clare and 3M completed before starting that back up. I did have allot of fun with that series as well, but it was a bit more distracting than I thought it would be, so I'd probably be a bit pickier about things the second time around, but it's definitely in consideration.
Marcusaralius76 wrote:ever have the pizza guy hand you a "Pacman Pizza?"
As my mother always said, "The only place patience is not a good thing is at Armageddon."
El_Dustino wrote:Mmm... this gives me a nostalgic feeling...
There was a series called Lovely Complex that I used to read. During that time, things were pretty bad, and I had to take pleasure in small things in order to get through the day. No matter how I was feeling, I could always count on it to brighten my day, give me a smile, and make me feel a bit better.
Though things are mostly better now, kinda, I still get a similar feeling from this comic/story/whatever you would like to call it. Whenever I take a look at it it manages to give me a smile, and help me forget about those things which are less than desirable, if only for a short time.
So, thank you. :3 I am enjoying this, and I look forard to seeing more.
Narzain wrote:Sheesh, I'm offline for a week, and look what I miss! I love Sarah's use of the spray bottle! Works on cats of all sizes and pixies alike, hee hee! And I like Clare's subtle 'revenge' -- reminds me of those huge dogs who think they're lap-puppies. *FWOOMP* And then you can't breathe.
I agree with El_Dustino; this series always makes me smile & brightens up my day. Kudos.
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