Comic 290 - Easy

28th Nov 2012, 1:28 AM in Ch 12: Drab
Easy
Average Rating: 4.86 (7 votes)
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Jocelyn 28th Nov 2012, 1:28 AM edit delete
Jocelyn
Sometimes things are rough. Sometimes they’re just… not. Really. It happens.

Few notes: the clothing store “Eternal 18” is a play on “Forever 21”. To be perfectly forward about this, I’m not pleased with the parody this time around. Unfortunately, most clothing stores are just a person’s name, making it very difficult to come up with a clear parody.

Also, I prove once again that I’m not above a shameless cameo once in a while. The texting clerk is actually Carlie Hunter, one of the main characters from a more recent story concept known as <i>Impure</i> (the prologue of which should be posted on my DeviantArt account soon). I’d considered using pretty much any of the main female cast from that story here, but I stuck with Carlie since she’s actually IN the prologue.

If you’re interested in <i>Impure</i> (just know that it’s VERY different than <i>Rain</i>), you can learn more here - http://jocelyncd.deviantart.com/gallery/35259243

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Rain, all characters and all other aspects of the story are copyright material belonging to me.


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diamondharp 28th Nov 2012, 4:05 AM edit delete reply
diamondharp
Eternal 18? That's actually a pretty good play on a name. Texting store clerk? An important component to every store!
I wonder what dress Rudy (Ruby) picked out...
j-eagle12212012 29th Nov 2012, 1:26 AM edit delete reply
j-eagle12212012
"That was easy" ..... "TOO EASY!!!" don't do it Rain
AliJ5533 29th Nov 2012, 4:04 PM edit delete reply
AliJ5533
Wait, what kind of clothing store locks their changing room?
I'd imagine that would kind of be a thing the customers need to use on a regular basis.
Jocelyn 29th Nov 2012, 5:04 PM edit delete reply
Jocelyn
@AliJ5533

Some stores do, some don't (at least around where I live). You can freely walk out of a dressing room, but not into one without someone unlocking it for you. Although you can hold the door ajar if you want to step out and show someone though.

I think it's to hinder shoplifting (and perhaps peeping toms).
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