Libby Sk8er Girl

Libby Sk8er Girl

Libby Sk8er Girl

No. 175: “Irregular Verbs”

Libby Sk8er Girl, Issue 175

Created by Brian T. Sullivan
July 3, 2024

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Libby’s Scribb1es

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I think, when she was first created and imbued with Fourth Wall Knowledge, Anna was hoping that she'd be a part of a classy comic series that had sophisticated, literary aspirations. Instead, she's in a comic series that (at least sometimes) contains shitty poop jokes. Poor Anna…

While it probably isn't consoling at all, I hope Anna finds solace in the fact that Brian's been feeling stressed for no reason all week, and he says that making this comic was a much-needed escape from that stress. I don't really know anything else to say, though…Is "solace" related to "console/consolation"? I would ask Anna, but I don't think she wants to answer any more of my language questions right now.

Here's a language(-ish) question for YOU: Can you read and/or write in cursive, like what Anna's dialogue is usually written in? Brian actually writes in cursive most of the time, when he isn't just enjoying the clickety-clack of typing. For him, he says, it's way easier than writing "print" letters, especially because he has some issues with fine-motor coordination (which is why he choses to draw comics of all things). Anna writes in cursive a lot too, but with her, it's because she's pretentious. Where do you fall on this spectrum? Or, do you not care at all? Let me know, and I'll try to remember to feature your response in a future Scribb1e!

Okay, that's enough of that stuff for today. If you celebrate 4th of July, make sure you end the day with all your body parts and dwellings (i.e., leave fireworks to the professionals). If you don't celebrate American Independence Day, you should probably make sure to end the day with all your body parts and dwellings, too! (I feel like this is just a generally good rule of thumb for every day.) Next week…there will be…another Libby Sk8er Girl comic!

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