I was wondering how you were going to get out.
My nephew once locked himself in the bathroom and couldn’t get out. I had to take the door off its hinges to get him out.
Oh, I feel for you. That must have been a horrible experience!
I think we’ve all experienced them to a greater or lesser degree. Thank you for your courage to share these moments.
With MY claustrophobia, I would have done the same. Enjoying this, Gabrielle. Looking forward to 12…
Ha ha, you are like so out of there
Dang, I can’t tell whether this was real or not now! And it reads like you fell out the window and went home instead of going back to your friend’s house. Is that seriously what happened? And you did a 7-10 ft drop from a window into a rose bush head first deliberately? And your “friends” didn’t even like throw you a rope to help you out? Hmmm… If you’re not injured in your comics for the next few days, I don’t believe this happened as presented. So there.
oh wow, gab, this is awful. i can totally see this happening to me. in fact, i’m not saying something very similiar has not.
^kirk, i don’t believe you’re real. so there.
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