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Comic 520 – “2013 Starts”


Errol: You know how New Year’s starts off with a bang? Not our comic. I think we will eventually do a newsletter Year in Review in case you missed anything and in case you haven’t signed up for our newsletter. Don’t worry, we send it out… once every two months, so it’s not that onerous.

I played board games at a friends house for my New Year’s eve party! What did you guys do? 😀


13 Responses to Comic 520 – “2013 Starts”

  1. ROFL @ Clay. I do that every summer.

    Me, I worked, then called my best friend. I needed to get off the phone by ten, to get to sleep on time. Middle of the call, I hear shouting and banging, I rush to look outside…oh. fireworks… Wished her a happy new year…and kept talking for another hour. I’ve had worse new years, for certain. Still miss the TZ marathon and the ball drop, though.

  2. Okay, my comments haven’t been working while I’m logged out, so this is an experiment. CAN YOU HEAR ME NOW?

    I spent New Year’s Eve on an airplane, listening to the loudest baby in the world scream right in my ear. I arrived home to an apartment completely devoid of anything resembling food, about half an hour too late for any restaurant to be open. I went to the corner store and purchased “dinner,” which consisted of rye bread and cream cheese. Now I think I have an infected finger. The year is not off to an auspicious start.

      • It was 10:45 p.m. By the time I had made it down to the bit of Danforth with the Asian restaurants on it, it would have been after 11:00. I believe most of the restaurants close at 11:00, if not before. I decided not to risk it. Also, I didn’t REALLY want to be wandering alone down Danforth at 11:00 p.m. on New Year’s Eve.

      • Poor Kari! Sounds like good judgment, though. Usually past 10pm on New Years Eve I try to be in for the night, earlier if possible.

        Maybe the year will get better if you find something to look forward to and start planning, even if it is ages away? I love planing and plotting, even if it never actually happens.

  3. I played board games too. My family does that for most holidays that we can get together. My dad informed us when it was 30 seconds ’til midnight, we filed into the living room to watch the ball drop, and then went back to Telestrations. It was lots of fun!

  4. I did my yearly tradition of going out with university friends, one of whom visits from BC every year. We just went for dinner and drinks and somehow managed to get our own private room in the pub. Upstairs there was an insane private party going on which made going to the washroom difficult because it was populated by Amazonian scantily clad girls who were yelling about the various boys that were rejecting them and how that made them mad. Other than though, it was quite a pleasant night :D.