No, Trigona doesn’t actually have a magical hula hoop that changes her outfit. This is just the glue dimension.
Next time: actual damn flashbacks!
The glue dimension is one of the best parts of this comic.
Glue Dimension fucking rocks.
Her hair gave birth to a scootsie.
I thought I was the only one who noticed that
You thought wrong, _______ _____*
*I know who you are but I’ve concealed your identity via leaving a Big blank where you’re name should be.
Well now we know where bootsies come from. Queenie’s magical-glue-dimension-hair-puff
That’s Bootsie’s curse – if you kill one, like Queenie did with her flashback projector, it respawns as a Bootsie-sized chunk of your own hair.
No, wait, Bootsie’s curse is just shyness.
Yes, you’ve got it all mixed up, the hair thing is MY curse not Scootsie’s!
I just noticed that HLC chanedon their pjs.
Yeah, they match however HLC looks at the time. If you ever happen to meet HLC while wearing his pajamas, put a hat on him and see what happens.
I wonder how the flashback will affect this…
This beeserker is trying so hard to be anime
How is it that Trigona Ambrose Default Attire was a more entertaining transformation sequence than Pajama Attire?
Because if Trigona is going to sleep, she’s too tired to go through that entire Sailor Moon sequence just to change. Just a simple backflip through a hula hoop and she’s ready for bed.
Someone needs to open a door or a window before permanent brain damage sets in.
(For Scootsie, Trigona, and her mother’s sake, anyway: if being torn in half doesn’t phase the Science Guys, I doubt a few toxic chemicals will cause long-term injury)
Don’t worry – even though these glue comics have lasted for a month, only 10 or 15 minutes have elapsed.
My mom kept saying that to me too :c
Yes, this is the optimum solution, as it also means we’ll technically be looking at Beezerker the entire flashback.
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