I legitimately debated about putting in the leaf thing because I know some people aren’t going to understand what it is. I didn’t want to have to deal with answering the question over and over because the kind of people who will ask it will never read the comments, or the blog. Then I liked how it looked so I was like, fuck it. It’s a minimal issue & sometimes it’s better to get any kind of interaction at all. I used to leave in spelling errors on purpose just to see if anyone was paying attention because generally the pages don’t invite a lot of commentary, so it was a way to find out. You can bait out a pedant pretty easily so I advise you to try if ever you make a comic & want to see if anyone is reading beyond just looking at your site metrics.
This page probably should’ve been broken up into two, but I decided to just squeeze in the joke at the end in case I forgot it. I very rarely write anything down as far as scripting goes. Not unless I know I want to say something and know I can’t remember it in an intact form. Mostly, & for years, I just do it all in my head over the course of the preceding day. The downside is that if I ever unexpectedly die no one will know where I was going other than the very broad instructions I left in my “in case I die” file. Not that there is anyone to take over for me anyway. Although there really should be. This site does well enough to make someone a decent, relatively stable income. You could do worse than carrying on my legacy, potential inheritors. Although I don’t think there’s anyone alive who could get my particular idiom correct. Mot people don’t even notice things like Brooksie’s nose. I get fanart of her sometimes where she has a standard anime nose & that’s absolutely wrong. She has a defined nose. That’s not an accident. Nina’s teeth are the same way. When people draw her with regular teeth it makes me sad. Anyway, whatever. Hopefully it won’t matter & I can see this story all the way to the end. But you never know, tomorrow’s not promised after all.