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Ch.4 pg.73

January 5th, 2010, 12:58 pm

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Reply Alex Warlorn (Guest), January 5th, 2010, 2:29 pm

fix the bug I see Fix the bug I see. So all of her victims remain aware after being zapped.

It seems within the realm of possibility that at least she isn't SEXIST in her victim selection if one of the panels is interpreted in a particularly sadistic way.

So our dear teacher can't read minds either and can't directly sense the dresses in the store have souls.

I wonder at what point the dress wouldn't be able to bind their souls to this plane of reality... when it's no longer reasonably recognizable AS a dress maybe?

Can all the dresses do is feel as far as senses go? For a second in the bad upload I thought I was seeing things in 'dress-o-vision.'

Sadly the soul debating on weather or not they've always been a dress might just be the best off in the end. If they're doomed never to be restored, then at least then they couldn't appreciate everything that had been stolen from them and might actually find some happiness in their fate.

Also I think the teach' would realize the sheer danger he was up against and play accordingly.

Hopefully Andrew's mother will get the stock she needs from reliable and honest sources soon, and Andrew will grow bored with her current game with her dress-zap victims and will move onto something slightly less destructive.

Reply Earthren (Guest), January 7th, 2010, 6:37 pm

Stop trolling and enjoy the comic. It's a tale of psychotic witches and self-destructing paper and here you are questioning the thought process of women's formal wear. Logic was clearly kicked out of this place AGES ago.

Reply Alex Warlorn (Guest), January 7th, 2010, 7:35 pm

with all due respect I am not trolling. To troll implies posting something for the sake of starting conflict or purely for the sake of agitating the artist/writer/poster, the artist has expressed no dislike or agitation at my comments, idea, or conjectures, in fact, they have openly expressed positive reactions.

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