Speaking of criminal behaviour, (see my comment about Macho's actions last page) Daddy's little spy-ball has got to go. In my jurisdiction telling your child to be a bully would be called "Promotion of the Delinquency of a Minor" punishable with fines, jail time and/or loss of custody.
I think our little Asgardian princess should try replicating the scene in Star Wars: A New Hope where Luke is in the Millennium Falcon, trying to hit a target orb with a light-sabre while blindfolded, but she uses one of her swords. "Its going, going, gone! Home run!" if she uses the flat and "Hey, I think you dropped something. Make that a whole of somethings," if you uses the edge.
Yeah, long ago Ekez crossed the line from Saturday morning cartoon supervillainy to a more radical form of villainy that just makes the skin crawl.
LOL I really dig your suggestion, but this is Snap's chance to shine for the unicorn of her dreams. ;) Will have to file that idea away for later...
Cue George Michael's "Hey, You're Just Too Funky For Me".
HA! XD Brilliant.
I have had another thought on dealing with that little black (hearted) orb. In class:
Orb: What are you doing sitting at the front of the room? You can do so much more mischief when you are sitting at the back.
Teacher: What is this thing that keeps interrupting my lecture? (pointing at orb)
Airy: Uhm, it's my dad's. He wants to keep an eye on me and tell me what to do.
Teacher: Well, at this institution, you have to stand on your own merits, young lady. (quickly grabs the orb. Don't you just love teachers with super-speed?)
Orb: Get your hands off this, you shrew. You don't know ... (it is no longer heard after the teacher puts the orb in her desk and closes the drawer)
Teacher: If you want this back, you can pick it up from the office after school. If you do not pick it up, it will be disposed of. If you bring it to school again, it will be confiscated again and the administration may have to contact your parents about this situation.
[ Some banging is heard from the desk. The teacher opens the desk drawer. ]
Teacher: And you stop making so much noise, or I will see to it that this little ball of yours finds its way to the electronics shop; they love playing with new devices. Too bad not many of the things survive the experience.
Well, this pleases me!
But Snap, you don't know how accurate that last line is, do you?
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Yeah, Snap may be setting herself up for a harsh fall, but she's plucky and determined. If not now, then someday it'll work out for her!
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