dreadedcandiru2 (dreadedcandiru2) wrote in binky_betsy,

Wednesday, 11 January 2017

We are for some reason supposed to sympathize with Lizzie because she rage-quits like a punk at the first sign of difficulty.

(Strip Number 4918, Original Publication Number, 12 January 1988)

Panel 1: A few minutes later, LindyLizzie humors her teacher and attempts to make a coil pot like the other sheeple.

Panel 2: She screams that she HATES this and CAN'T DO THIS the second that her first attempt does not go well.

Panel 3: When Mrs Kinney asks her if she's ready to fire her pot, Lizzie says that she already has.

Panel 4: When she points to the glob of clay she fired onto the wall, Mrs Kinney is yet again dumbfounded.

Summary: Should there be notes, we should prepare ourselves for Lynn trolling for sympathy because people tell her bad things that make her feel useless and how cruel and mean they are to do so.

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