Damn you write perceptive stuff. And there aren’t too many words, people are just too fucking lazy to concentrate for longer than 30 seconds and actually read shit. If they did they might actually have to stop and think about something for a change.
ok. perfect timing bro. dude. person? winston. *nods* i finish with your mini-novel and then this pops right up. your such a boss. thanks again! also it might be strange but this is the epitome of a happy comic. having her doing such a lovely quirky thing makes me smile. great to witness realy.
psssst! it’s ultrasyllabic, not ultrasyllagic, but it could be the prints too small for me to read properly. In which case, mother father kindly disregard this letter. ha! always wanted to say that in a legit convo, and to all a happy valentines day!
Oh, and the concepts not that weird at all, i send myself thank you texts right before i fall alseep all the time.
It also sounds hokey and sound-bitey but before you can love anyone else, you have to learn to love yourself.
Hey. I really really really like your comic about differences/similarities of sexes. And I clearly cannot express it through words. So maybe you can imagine my feelings after reading it. It made me good inside, knowing that the opposite sex (opposite really?) isn’t what that crappy magazines and movies and tv shows pictured for me – and everyone else. Hey, they’re people too. Hell, I don’t have any dating experiences at all and I was a bit nervous about that. Now I’m excited to know people.
Idk if this is going to make any difference for you, but if we both have more similarities than differences, you would feel nice to know you touched somebody’s life in a good way. You really did. Thank you.
(I was going to type ‘sorry for the long comment’ but then I remembered you write the subnormality comics. Silly me.)
Winston you got a great thing going here. I put Subnormality up there with Bill Hicks and Doug Stanhope. In other words, I fall back on your shit when I need to know that there are people out there who share a lot of the same ideas I got pinging around in my head. More than that, your comics are just generally uplifting.
Are you ever planning to do a Subnormality graphic novel? I’d love to see it. Just saying, as much as I love coming online to read your stuff, I’d love it that much more if I had it right next to my toilet (which may not sound like a compliment but, believe me, it’s the greatest compliment a guy like me can give).
You’re more than talented, bro. Any talented fucker can draw a nice picture. But your work just hits a nerve, man. You got more than talent, you got really awesome ideas and insights on the ridiculous — should I say “normal”? — shit that effects people every day.
Keep doing what you’re doing, bro. (Unless you feel like doing more, which would kick ass.)
Another awesome comic. Winston, it’s like you have a scary accurate pulse on everyone’s thoughts. And damn if that card doesn’t the speak the m**fuckin’ thruth. Been following that mindset for a few years now and things have slowly been picking up ever since. Sure, I’m still overweight, I still stink, I’m still stuck in my dead-end job but at least I’m happy, not a self-hating brooding sack of anger anymore. And if *I* managed to find a girl this Valentine’s day after a 3-year drought, anyone can find someone.
I hope Ethel finds someone. Big bro hug to you too WR. 🙂
I’ve always completely over-identified with this character, so this actually made me cry. I don’t know what to do with it, (I never let myself learn anything from stuff like this) but it was still awesome.
Was this about you Winston? A little bit of the author’s real life poking through maybe? Anyways, keep at it. Once again, I found this to be very relatable and beautiful. I think we’ve all been there or eventually will be.