damn, feel like having a wikipedia page is the ultimate goal in [my] life
strummin’ my fate with yer fingers, singin’ my life with yer words, etc.
but hey, at least you have a wikipedia page!
The stronger the ennui the better the comics…
Gonna go look up your wikipedia page now. Then go get a haircut.
This was great, as always. You’re like an alien, figuring out our stupid Earth ways of living. In a good way.
i wanna see this new haircut. i’m due for one myself.
p.s. you need to send me pics for my portrait project, or least a link to a flickr page or something? :)
Awww, I wish I could give you a big ol’ hug.
Dang I just went to your wikipedia page. Sounds like you’re doing pretty good. Maybe it’s all less glamourous than it sounds…well, obviously it is…still wanna give you a hug, though.
Well, just think: you’re read widely in print and by internet strangers!
Ug, I hate getting my hair cut. So awkward.
via Troy’s blog (http://uberdionysus.livejournal.com):
I just heard this girl make a joke that went something like, “I was thinking about cutting my bangs, but then how would everyone know I’m smart and into art?”
Thought that was appropriate. Keep up the good work Gabrielle!
For the record, I’m glad I have a wikipedia page, and grateful to whoever made it. I’m also grateful I can afford a haircut! I was just bummed out that day…
You captured so well what the end of winter feels like and also what goes through the minds of us less-talkative folks at the hair salon. Thanks for your work!
my boss just noted that i could use a haircut and I only got a lambiek page (oh, but so do you…that must be some of your earlier work there, I would not have recognized it as yours). Now I’ll go get a pack of cigarettes.
your hair stylist looks like julie doucet in the panel where she’s washing your hair.
lucky you! it’s like a comic book guardian angel swooped in through your pen!
just glad to know the current style in new york is shaggy. go gabrielle!! loving these comics, really strong work.
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