Author: georg

  • Mean-eval Girls

    Mean-eval Girls

    The class wars start early in Petunia’s neck of the woods. Still not back on a regular schedule but managed to get a little done during the hiatus.

  • Collaborative Bullying

    Collaborative Bullying

    Say what you will about Connie, but she’s good at receiving criticism. If you haven’t noticed already, we’re going to be a wee bit sporadic in the updates until October or so. Call it a delayed summer break.

  • Of Friendship and Comedic Value

    Of Friendship and Comedic Value

    There is of course the law of comedy that states that cruelty to one’s friends is permitted as long as it is really really funny.

  • Owen, You Sweet Idiot

    Owen, You Sweet Idiot

    We’re back! An unexpected break for the holiday to recharge a bit. It’s that old saying: You can pick your friends, and you can pick your nose; but if you have a friend like Owen you have to stew quietly while he says something completely stupid. Also, Owen is really going hunting for some treasure […]

  • A Parent Trap

    A Parent Trap

    Try as you might you can’t get away from chores, no matter how ill-timed they may be. Looking like I will be going down to one update a week for the time being. But hope to get back on track after the summer!

  • Relative Time

    Relative Time

    On a grand scale, twenty and a million are actually very close together. I bet once they start talking about billions and trillions Petunia’s mom will feel pretty silly for making the distinction…

  • Extremely Itchy and Incredibly Hot

    Extremely Itchy and Incredibly Hot

    In the grand scheme of things, I guess an itchy cloak is not so bad, but dang it’s gotta be annoying. A bit of a fake out on the parent’s house due to my completely redesigning it from page two until now. I mean, the parents must have done some major upgrades since Petunia has […]

  • So. Embarrassing.

    So. Embarrassing.

    Parents, by their nature, are immensely embarrassing. That is all.

  • Trapped

    Trapped

    Petunia’s tragic flaw is that she cannot stop narrating her own adventure. Someday she will learn about internal monologues, but sadly, today is not that day.

  • Greedy, Hungry, and Not That Smart

    Greedy, Hungry, and Not That Smart

    Don’t let Petunia’s comparison of the king and a dragon give you the impression she has a low opinion of him. She didn’t even mention his worst qualities: he’s also lazy and mean and smelly.