Comic 933 - Rain Delay 23 - Guest Entry

12th Apr 2017, 6:47 PM in Rain Delay
Rain Delay 23 - Guest Entry
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Jocelyn 12th Apr 2017, 6:47 PM edit delete
Jocelyn
A friend and reader submitted an original Rain Delay strip to go up during the unintended hiatus. Thank you, Inky, for making this and picking up the slack where I have failed. ^^;

Also, this game me a good laugh. "No noses" is just kinda my thing, but I know it drives a lot of people nuts. The only ones that seem to consistently have noses, oddly, are Rain's dad, Chase, and Father Quenton. It really doesn't mean anything though, I swear. Noses aren't symbolic of "evil" or anything. XD

Anyway, more Rain Delays or guest strips are welcome! I'll be missing two more update days before I can get back home and draw again. So if you have an idea and time to whip something up so the wait is a little less awful, by all means, send it my way! I'm usually terrible about checking my PMs (sorry), but I'll try to keep on top of it this week.
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Lemonado Girl 12th Apr 2017, 7:11 PM edit delete reply
Lemonado Girl
...Kudos to this submission for making me find anything involving Rain's dad funny. I have the dumbest grin despite the object of a fair amount of anger onscreen. This isn't fair.
inkybinky 17th Apr 2017, 10:39 PM edit delete reply
Thanks~
I was worried about the reaction to a strip involving Marcus.
Also, The Sandman is BS.
inkybinky3 12th Apr 2017, 7:16 PM edit delete reply
Yay! I'm not really happy with the first panel, but I'd rip through the paper if I erased any more :P
BlackSocks 12th Apr 2017, 7:19 PM edit delete reply
BlackSocks
Wait... if noses aren't symbolic of evil, does that mean that Voldemort was the hero?

Good Rain Delay!
Anonymous 12th Apr 2017, 7:24 PM edit delete reply
That's hilarious xD
Guest 12th Apr 2017, 10:41 PM edit delete reply
Ive never noteues the nose thung XD
Arrabella Poppe 13th Apr 2017, 2:08 AM edit delete reply
Teach me how to pass as good as you
Guest 13th Apr 2017, 1:34 PM edit delete reply
Wouldn't it be due to some of the same factors helpful to many who "pass well" as well as those who've gone through "transition" to completion? At least, after paying somewhat of attention to conversation here, I would have supposed. Start young (the earlier the better; okay, not strictly speaking and there are some gorgeous girls who started later, but it can be a big help), HRT (preferably bio-identical) or at least halt that damned T, attention to health (good food, good sleep, good exercise consistently, etc.), practice, follow through to GRS (HRT is required to get this far) and heart or Spirit. If I've paid enough attention to talk around here, I believe Jocelyn had her GRS around abouts the start of the year or end of last.


@Jocelyn
Okay, since it appears you're allowing Kellen to live (drat!), at least have her learn to pull her head out of her butt. Can you get back to her soon and we can see that happen? Granted, yeah, you're having an unintended hiatus for now.
Charlotte 13th Apr 2017, 8:12 PM edit delete reply
GRS doesn't actually change any part of your appearance beyond genitalia, so saying it helps people "pass" is silly. As far as my experience goes, passing is a combination of hormones, genetics, luck, and most importantly, whatever your arbitrary outdated definition of "passing" is
Guest 14th Apr 2017, 6:41 AM edit delete reply
Didn't think that one out, did you? Don't discount psychology. A person can "pass" without it but it goes to completion. Also, being able to use women's facilities at a public gymnasium or spa in full congidence and the absence of worrying about the outcome of being accosted for using the "wrong" toilet should not be underestimated.
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