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Panel 1: As April introduces today’s analogy for Eva to deliver, she extends a hand back-back-back holding our favourite product placement for Milborough Blue Soda. Watch your head; it looks like the artist has done 3-D on the refrigerator door also. It looks like it should go with the refrigerator, even though it doesn’t appear to be attached to the refrigerator. It is oh-so-close to me I could touch it. Great 3-D. And the 3-D of April’s butt is amazing. Or is that her normal pseudo-Elly spread?
Panel 2: Eva is in the foreground but thanks to the 3-D, April’s larger and taller and (dare I say) perkier body is behind her. Dig that 3-D action, baby. Let’s see if I can follow the analogy. You can wear a gun on hip in a holster. You can load a gun with bullets, not a battery and your personal stats; so the analogy is a little weak here. A gun is always ready for action. Even my cell phone is not always ready for action.
Panel 3: Now Eva’s body is taller and larger than April’s in the background and we get 3-D Eva hip thrust. Both April’s and Eva’s 3-D faces are larger than their hair and their 3-D cans are almost bigger than their faces. Eva’s analogy falls apart here. You can’t make a phone call with a gun. Perhaps Eva is now saying that the strutting guys take a lot of space in their strutting or make enough noise when they are on the cell phone it invades other people’s personal space. It just appears Eva has an axe to grind with respect to guys and cell phones. Good thing Gerald and Duncan can’t hear this part of the conversation.
Panel 4: April’s 3-D head is now larger than Eva’s, even though April shrank to make space for Eva’s spoken text. Eva’s jaw and right arm go 3-D to make up for it. This is two days in a row in which Eva has used the term “man” when talking to April. Do women call each other "man"? April is attempting to return Eva to the gun = cell phone analogy by saying cell phones are not dangerous like guns are, but Eva can’t do it and instead continues to talk about how much she dislikes guys with cell phones, with hints as to her potentially violent nature.