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Living with Stacy #116 - Back In Fashion

Living With Stacy #116 – Back in Fashion

Hey LWS fans, I have a new comic out today called “Back in Fashion.” Ryan finds an old pear of distressed jeans from the 90’s. Stacy urges him to try them on and although it’s a tight fit, Ryan manages to squeeze into them. Little does he know that the back end has ripped open and flaunts his sexy self in front of the bedroom mirror. “What’s the verdict?” Ryan asks. to which Stacy replies, “I think your jeans might be a little too distressed.” End scene. And that my friends is how you do a bum joke. Haha.

Well I hope you liked this week’s bum joke. It was inspired by the return of 90’s fashion…and let’s face it, not all 90’s clothes are back in fashion. Some styles should stay hidden forever. Well, what about distressed jeans? Nah. They’re cool. Right up there with my FUBU T-shirt and faux gold chain. 😉

Go Fund Me for Living With Stacy

I have a GO FUND ME campaign for a Living With Stacy book that I’m printing. It features the first 100 LWS comics in an awesome first edition print of Living With Stacy! If you like my comic please head on over to my GO FUND ME page and support me. Even $1.00 matters! Thanks for your support!

Living With Stacy #115 - Me Time

Living With Stacy #115 – Me Time

Hey LWS fans, I have a new comic out today called “Me Time.” In the words of Hagrid from Harry Potter, “I should not have said that, I should not have said that.” That’s what Ryan is feeling after giving Stacy some choice advice during her after work Me Time. Come on Ryan, don’t you know ’bout Me Time? Don’t you know how it works? Haha. Luckily, Ryan scurries off to bed before getting into more trouble.

That’s it for this week’s comic. If you liked the comic then please share it and tell your loved ones. LWS is something I feel like everyone should experience and sharing is the best way to reach new eyes. Thanks. I’ll see you next time. 🙂

Go Fund Me for Living With Stacy

I have a GO FUND ME campaign for a Living With Stacy book that I’m printing. It features the first 100 LWS comics in an awesome first edition print of Living With Stacy! If you like my comic please head on over to my GO FUND ME page and support me. Even $1.00 matters! Thanks for your support!

 

LWS #114 - Pretty Little Chicken

Living With Stacy #114 – Pretty Little Chicken

Heyo LWS fans, I have a new comic out today called “Pretty Little Chicken.” Weird title for sure, but as you may know, Ryan has a soft spot for chicken. Specifically cooking and eating chicken. So much so that he serenades his “featherless friend” with compliments before popping it into the oven. Things don’t go as planned however, as the chicken soon slips from his hands and onto the floor ( a filthy one I might add). Poor Ryan. Poor pretty little chicken.

I hope you liked this weeks comic. I had fun drawing it. 🙂 In other news, my GOFUNDME campaign is doing well, with over half of my goal funded already. Please check it out and feel free to contribute to the printing of LWS Volume 01. Liked this weeks strip? Then check out more chicken related comics.

Living With Stacy #113 - Bad Radish

Living With Stacy #113 – Bad Radish

Hey yo LWS fans and welcome to a new Living With Stacy comic called “Bad Radish.” Ryan arrives home and happily quotes a funny idiom. “I’m back like a bad rash!” Stacy hilariously misinterprets it and the rest is comic, comedy gold. I hope you liked Bad Radish!

Funny thing is, Stacy doesn’t even like radishes. But hey, visually they are quite funny. If I stop and think about it…Do I like radishes? Hm. What even is it? Well fear not, I have a directly quote exert from Wikipedia to help explain.

“The radish (Raphanus raphanistrum subsp. sativus) is an edible root vegetable of the Brassicaceae family that was domesticated in Europe in pre-Roman times. Radishes are grown and consumed throughout the world, being mostly eaten raw as a crunchy salad vegetable. They have numerous varieties, varying in size, flavor, color, and length of time they take to mature. Radishes owe their sharp flavor to the various chemical compounds produced by the plants, including glucosinolate, myrosinase, and isothiocyanate. They are sometimes grown as companion plants and suffer from few pests and diseases. They germinate quickly and grow rapidly, smaller varieties being ready for consumption within a month, while larger daikon varieties take several months. Another use of radish is as cover or catch crop in winter or as a forage crop. Some radishes are grown for their seeds; daikon, for instance, may be grown for oil production. Others are used for sprouting.”

For other vegetable shenanigans, check out “The Date.”