dreadedcandiru2 (dreadedcandiru2) wrote in binky_betsy,
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Saturday, 20 July 2013

Now that the plane has touched down, Mike shows his sensitive side by thought-bubbling that goodbyes are always easier when mixed with hellos.

(Strip Number 661, Original Publication Date, 21 July 1984)

Panel 1: Now that Michael has arrived in Vancouver, Vicky the flight attendant reminds him that he's almost at the end of his journey.

Panel 2: She then asks if he wants to say goodbye to her now, or when they get off the plane.

Panel 3: Michael says that he'd like to do that after they get off the plane.

Panel 4: He then thought-bubbles that that's because goodbyes are easier when they are mixed with hellos.

Summary: He's not wrong. I know how big a problem he has saying goodbye to people at this stage of his life and can relate to his attempts to blunt the hurt.
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