#1083 – Grownup

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7 thoughts on “#1083 – Grownup”

  1. his boogness says:

    I love panel 4, it’s like you can see the gears spinning in his head while he comes up with something for panel 5.

    I mean, not that your kid actually has gears in his head… and not that there’s anything wrong with it if he does…

  2. Didyouknowthat says:

    The best part about this is that it actually happens.
    That, and conversations like these:
    “I know I’m a boy, but I kinda want to marry that other boy. Can I do that?”
    “No you can’t, you’re only seven years old!”
    -quoted from children who couldn’t possibly imagine any other reason why he couldn’t marry that boy.

  3. Rhiakath says:

    I like the open-ness about all the gay thing here. And the innocence and simplicity with which it is portrayed thru a child’s eyes…

    …Which only means he’s gonna hit the wall with his face, when he grows up and faces reality. Humanity is not that tolerant, unfortunately…

    1. Me et al. says:

      It’s through our efforts to become so, that our children grow up and are so.

  4. Megz says:

    I teared up a little at this. This kid is getting the right kind of upbringing. From this standpoint at least.

  5. Taekwondodo says:

    I think my heart just melted.

  6. Aaron says:


    That's all.

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