dreadedcandiru2 (dreadedcandiru2) wrote in binky_betsy,

Wednesday, 1 April 2015

For some reason, Annie can only seem to afford the one set of maternity clothes.

(Strip Number 1030, Original Publication Date, 2 April 1986)

Panel 1: As we continue merrily on with coffee time, Anne tells Elly how sick she is of maternity clothes and thus cannot wait for the three months it'll take for her to go all panicky and stupid about how her moral failings will subject Leah to a life of misery and isolation.

Panel 2: This is because she's gotta wear the same thing day in and day out.

Panel 3: Elly tells Anne that she told her that she had an outfit for every day of the week.

Panel 4: Anne explains that it's the same outfit.

Summary: Expect a Lynnsight about how evil, conflict-causing men can't design maternity clothes that don't make the women who have to wear them feel terrible about themselves. This is because we can't expect one telling us that Annie was forced to buy six or seven sets of the same outfit because it was the only one that evil, conflict-causing men allowed to be sold.

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