02/03/16 Underground 19

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  1. “Dammit, I keep using my outside voice on those.”

    Wow. πŸ™‚

  2. The crabs should have plenty of material for a rope. I’m sure they’d be happy to help them get out of the well. It would be easier for Hishla to get them back that way.

  3. Lassie! What is it, girl? Timmy fell in a cenote?

  4. “Dammit, you two, just kiss!” – everyone

  5. Teapot is the kind of man who can be empathic, thoughtful, and articulate – but only when placed in immediate danger. In a safe situation, he is a cynical and closed-off jerk… I think this is his one shot of finding a love interest πŸ˜‰

    But… all their knitting material is already spoken for! Hishla’s order of a 2 piece woolen west is already weeks behind and the poor thing is forced to skulk around naked in dark corridors.

  6. @Nathanyel
    Not I. Don’t kiss! It’s a trap!

  7. Yeah, Teapot is right: that you can climb doesn’t mean that you should climb, he’s only being practical, not a “macho”.

    I think that nowadays is difficult to set that line, because someone always misunderstood things.

  8. A tad bit clichΓ©d on Teapot’s part(but what isn’t nowadays lol), but VERY well executed letting him run his mouth. Speaking of crabs, cue Sebastian (sha-la-la-la-la-la don’t be shy!)

  9. The fair maiden understood well and good. She was throwing an insult.

  10. My, a moment of openness from hard ass Foxglove. A tender moment indeed. Treasure it. We may not see its like again in this.

  11. See, this is why it’s handy to be sincere every once in a while. You get to have these revelations at more convenient times. πŸ™‚

  12. Whoa! Talk about “deer in the headlights”! Is that the blinding light of their love that has transfixed them? Or is it the sudden realization: “Oh, $h!t.”

  13. I think it’s the sudden realization of “Oh $hit – HE/I SAID THAT OUT LOUD”

  14. Yeah, it’s more “O D fecking Hell, now we have to deal with this crap…”

  15. I dunno – that expression in Panel 5 strikes me as, “Wait, my crush actually likes me back?” Without that row of panels, it’d be ambiguous, but…

  16. And good judgment has prevailed.

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