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Camp Weedonwantcha by Katie Rice — Repository

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edited June 2014 in Camp Weedonwantcha

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  • ShokewShokew regular Registered User regular
    It's not like you're all that smart anyway, Malachi... At least we got some world-building here, which is always nice.

    Sooner or later, someone REALLY NEEDS (I can't stress this enough!) to teach Seventeen how to read. Seriously - it would give Malachi something productive to do for his character, IMHO.

  • darthmidget15darthmidget15 regular Registered User regular
    Looks like we see a legitimate older character who's been on the island awhile now
    the cat is on the roof in the fourth panel [\spoiler]

  • InvisibleInvisible regular Registered User regular
    Wisping stache, bro.

  • ZyxxZyxx regular Registered User regular
    I knew there was a reason she X'd her name on his card!
    I had the idea then that perhaps her real name is something like Stephanie, but due to dyslexia and/or poor education she writes it like Seventeen (Sephatine?)
    I like Malachi's look of genuine concern there. It's nice seeing something bug him like that; reminding us that there's a heart under his brattiness.
    And hey, a borderline adult! ...or an early bloomer...

  • DublinDublin regular Registered User regular
    Reading is definitely overraten. So is writing. I don't write, I never learned anyway.

  • Eric the PrezEric the Prez regular Registered User regular
    Katie. Why, WHY WAS THERE NOT KITTY INSIIIIIIIIDE THE LIBRARY?!

  • streeverstreever regular Registered User regular
    I liked the kitty placement!

  • hajenhajen regular Registered User regular
    ... and so we establish the existence of this society's illuminati.

    and it's been awhile since we've had a full bodied kitteh, Bravo!

  • Talyn RahlTalyn Rahl regular Registered User regular
    *gasp* Do I sense... Continuity! Are we starting another mini arc? yay!

    Also I laughed a little too long at "But who needs reading when there are sticks to toss in the lake?"... Then I remembered there are people that ACTUALLY think like that and I got a bit sad :p

    Great comic as always Katie and a fairly tricky stealth kitty.

  • Peter EbelPeter Ebel regular CopenhagenRegistered User regular
    Lookit that gangly reader, readin' his goddamn devil books.

    Fuck off and die.
  • el pezel pez new member Registered User new member
    *tosses stick in lake*
    Whoo!

  • PsycheRachPsycheRach regular Registered User regular
    I LOVE the art in this. The "librarian" is the cutest thing ever.

    Go Katie!

  • currypcurryp regular Registered User regular
    "tosses stick in the lake"

    As a foreigner, I don't get it.... ??

    Anyway, fryday is a good day... As tuesday in fact.

  • davericedaverice regular Registered User regular
    I love this comic, but feel sorry for Seventeen. I also loved the group picture, but is there a cat in the group?

  • ObbiObbi regular Registered User, ClubPA regular
    A library.

    The hopeful smile the librarian has when Malachi showed excitement seems to hint that there's probably a lot of campers that can't read.

  • davidhbrowndavidhbrown regular Registered User regular
    "Everything makes you happy! / Yeah..." + "...I can't read." = ignorance is bliss?

    (Personally, I feel bliss is overrated.)

  • MortirothMortiroth regular Registered User regular
    I really wish Seventeen was my little sister! <3 There is always fun to be had, and a game to be made -^_^-

    g9yqgramfjj6.jpg

    The Misadventures of a very Metal Kitty!
  • RelemRelem new member Registered User new member
    Seventeen is my 5 year old daughter. In every way. and I thought I saw an extra mouse in the first panel.

  • TolkienfanmanTolkienfanman regular Registered User regular
    It seems everywhere people are divided between the book readers and the stick throwers.

  • Eric the PrezEric the Prez regular Registered User regular
    Needs some more windy poops

  • ATF_GriffATF_Griff regular Registered User regular
    That character old enough to have stubble. Camp counselor?

  • MikeyZMikeyZ regular Registered User regular
    It seems everywhere people are divided between the book readers and the stick throwers.
    True, so true.

  • iczer6iczer6 regular Registered User regular
    Oh Seventeen. Time for a reading lesson!

  • cubbylostboycubbylostboy regular Registered User regular
    Hmmm... did he "just drop them" out there, or is it a carefully crafted trail to lure those of the literary persuasion into a trap?

  • el pezel pez new member Registered User new member
    Daverice: Yes there is a cat.

    CurryP: Sometimes tossing a stick in the lake is just tossing a stick in the lake.

  • osaryesosaryes regular Registered User regular
    Aww. For me, illiteracy is one of the saddest things in the world...

    And then, I see this strip...

  • LostNinjaLostNinja regular Registered User regular
    Hmmm... did he "just drop them" out there, or is it a carefully crafted trail to lure those of the literary persuasion into a trap?

    Seems risky, throwing a book in the lake might end up being as fun as throwing a stick in the lake.

    Also poor Seventeen, she's adorable and her parents must have been the worst people in the world.

  • XMinusOneXMinusOne regular Registered User regular
    Poor lil' Seventeen, yet to discover the joys of reading. Will Malachi rise to the challenge and educate his small friend?

    The cat has a mouse to chase; cool.

  • mushymushy Unprofessional Houston, TXRegistered User regular
    Nah she's right. stick tossin' > books

  • MissMimagenMissMimagen new member Perth, AustraliaRegistered User new member
    It is hard not to feel sorry for Seventeen. She does however seem perfectly happy in her own version of the world. You go Seventeen!

  • metfanscmetfansc regular Registered User regular
    Seems that kitty is not scared of heights, I do like the idea of Malachi teaching 17 how to read...

  • SomeguitaristSomeguitarist regular Registered User regular
    This comic fails to load on either my work computer or my home laptop?

    Stuck on 'Waiting for hw1.pa-cdn.com' on either machine.

  • SomeguitaristSomeguitarist regular Registered User regular
    Annnnnnnnnnnnnd as soon as I post that it loads. I take it all back.

  • ReiskaReiska regular Registered User regular
    Children of nature sure like to play sink.

    This comment will not be understood by many.

  • Dynomutt87Dynomutt87 new member Registered User new member
    Hold on, if she can't read then how does she know what people are saying in those word-balloons?

  • SargeSarge regular Registered User regular
    Wait a minute, if the librarian has stubble on his face then that means he's a teenager! Oh my god how did I not notice that before?!

  • Laika ClementineLaika Clementine regular Registered User regular
    Linus looks so off in this comic! Early Installment Weirdness at its finest.

  • Pastels_ParadoxPastels_Paradox regular Registered User regular
    Gosh, early Linus! This threw me off a lot, I stared at this page for a little while. In the words of NikkieTutorials, "I am shook to death"! No truer phrase has ever been spoken.

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