Hey there Living With Stacy fans, I have another new strip for you in this fabulous grocery store arc called “Checkout.” How many of you can relate to the horrors of grocery shopping, hm? I bet there is a lot of you. If you had any such experience then please share this comic with your friends and loved ones.
Do you know that sharing the comics is an excellent way to get more people to read Living With Stacy? So do it, do it now, or I’ll call the police.
Oh this just in, our IRL cat Jeanie just jumped on my shoulder and dug her claws into my flesh, slicing two hair follicles like she was playing connect the dots. How fun. This is a sign, it means that this comic is “EPIC!” Please share now. Do it now.
That’s it for this weeks comic. Check out my others here.
Heyo LWS comic fans, I have another awesome grocery related strip for you today, called “Lines For Days.” As you may have deduced from the title, this comic is about one of the most hated aspects of any shopping experience. especially during busy times, and that is the lines!
Stacy’s on the verge of a mental breakdown and needs to get out of the store ASAP! She urges Ryan to hurry up, and turns to realize that her grocery store adventure is far from over. Ryan, optimistic as ever, offers an inspirational quip about patience. Alas, it falls on exhausted and frustrated ears, as Stacy collapses onto her cart in despair.
Anyways, that’s it for this weeks comic. If you liked “Lines For Days” then you need to check out my other grocery store themed comics. You can start by reading the first in the Grocery Store Arc called “Business.”
Oh and, if you do go to the store, try not to buy up “all” the toilet paper. Ryan needs some tissues for his tushie too. 😉
Hey there Living With Stacy fans, I have a brand spanking new comic for you called “Aisle Nine.” In today’s strip we see Stacy at her best. Best at what you ask? Well, the best at being Stacy. We see her restocking shelves, moving items into their correct spots. Ryan states, “Hun, that’s the stocker’s job.” Before she can retort, the items come crashing down on her and the floor. “Clean up in aisle nine!” 🙂
Although slightly embellished, this is another true to life story. I hope you all enjoyed it. The grocery arc is continuing on for a few more strips. Stay tuned for another update soon.
If you’re interested in the start of this arc, check out “Business” and “Good Spot.” Later gators.
Hey there LWS fans and welcome to another great comic strip called “Right Over Here.” Continuing with Ryan and Stacy’s grocery excursion, we find them agreeing to meet up after Ryan grabs a bag of nacho chips. Stacy replies, “Okay, I’ll be right over here.” However, when Ryan returns Stacy is gone, seemingly vanished off the face of the Earth.
Anyone who has gone to the grocery store will understand our plight. Lol. How many times have you looked the other way for a tasty treat on a shelf only to lose your significant other within seconds. You think to yourself, it was only a few seconds, they must be right around the corner. WRONG! They are gone, and you are left alone to wander the store in search of them, narrowly missing them with every passing aisle. Then it hits you, yes, you should go the other way! Brilliant. But wait, what if your significant other thinks the same thing, then you’ll miss them….Hmm, yes big brain calculations here. You continue on…but alas, your spouse was never seen again. Or at least it seems that way when walking for 20 minutes in the grocery store.
Next time someone says “right over here” remember my writings. Haha. Anyways, that’s it for this week’s strip. If you liked Right over here than please read my other comics in the grocery arc, starting with Business. Until next time. Happy shopping. 🙂
Hey there LWS comic fans, I have a new strip for you called “Smoked Meats.” Stacy gets a whiff of third hand cigarette smoke and has a coughing fit. Wondering where it’s coming from, she asks Ryan, who can only smell the smoked meats directly in front of him. Lol.
This was another true to life story, complete with sarcastic quip at the end from our beloved Stacy. Haha.
If any of your are familiar with grocery shopping you’re going to love the comics coming up. For those of you who just arrived, check out “Business” which is the very start of what I’m calling the “Grocery Store Arc.”
Well that’s it for this week’s strip. Please come back and read more on my website. And if you’re feelin’ rad you can pick up my book as well! 🙂
Why hello there LWS fans, I have a brand new comic strip for you today called “Carried Away.” Today’s gag builds off of last week’s comics Good Spot and Business. We see Ryan and Stacy enter the Soupastore. Stacy reminds Ryan to not get carried away and immediately Ryan ogles and gasps at the produce. “They have Avocados!” Lol.
To celebrate, Ryan picks up a pair of avocados and does the “Guacamole Song.” An infamous song that I’m sure you are all well aware of. It’s a bit of an ear worm, so if you listen to it you may get it stuck in your heads for eternity.
So that wraps up today’s strip. If you liked “Carried Away” then you’re going to love the next batch of Living With Stacy comics coming up. Stay tuned and don’t forget to share LWS on social media. Now I must go eat some Guacamole! 🙂
Heyo LWS fans and welcome to another new comic strip called “Good Spot.” Not it’s not your dog, and no it’s not cool spot from the 7up commercials. Ryan and Stacy venture to the Soupastore (lol) to get cat food and cat litter. You may remember that from last week’s comic called Business.
Anyhoo, Ryan sees a good spot to park but Stacy being a little OCD has her own ways of finding the perfect spot. The first one is too cramped, the second is well, just not right. Finally, after circling the parking lot 3 times, they park the car….miles away from the store. Haha.
Do you know anyone who takes their time parking? Or has a roundabout way of achieving a simple goal? Do you also laugh and find joy in that person? I know I do. Sometimes I can’t help exclaiming the obvious though, like “WTF hun?” Haha. I kid, I kid.
Anyways, that’s it for this weeks comic. If you liked good spot then you’ll love my other Living With Stacy comics. Later gators. 🙂
Heyo LWS comic fans, and welcome to another awesome strip called “Business.” Ryan and Stacy attempt to relax on the couch while their two kitties, Tori and Jeanie, stare at them endlessly. Ryan mentions to Stacy that he suspects they may be out of cat food or cat litter. To which Stacy replies “Why do you say that?” Haha, well just look. 😉
For any cat lovers out there, you know the drill. Cats will stare for so many reasons. Litter, food, attention, contempt, sometimes they stare up at the wall like a ghost is there. You have to wonder…what the hell are they looking at? Can they see through walls? Do they have thermal vision? Whatever it is, they definitely mean business. Lol.
Aw my, kitties are great, aren’t they? If you liked this cat comic then you’ll love my other feline strips like Catnip, Happy Birthday, and Stinky Kitty.
Well that’s it for this week’s blerb, I hope you enjoyed Living with Stacy. Tune in next week for more greatness. The grocery store arc is coming up and it’s going to be fantastic. 🙂
Heyo LWS comic fans, and welcome to another new strip called “Bring It Back.” In today’s gag, Ryan sports a fantastically retro pimp hat from the 70s. Stacy giggle while Ryan is admiring it in the mirror. She jests, “Nice hat.” With Ryan retorting, “Thanks, I’m trying to bring it back.” Stacy jests again, but then BAM! Ryan strikes a super sexy pose!. That’s right baby, I’m bringing it back. Lol.
Anyways, I thought this one was cute. I colored the hat purple just to give it that extra, Snoop D to the double G aesthetic. The pose was inspired by Micheal Jackson. Sham’on! Haha.
Well, that’s it for this week’s strip. If you liked Bring It Back, you’ll love my other Living With Stacy comics, like Modest and Celiac. If you want to check out all my other works, you can check out my Flapjack Studios website. 🙂
Hello ladies and gentlemen, I have a new LWS comic out today called “French Fries.” This one is a true, word for word comic strip. Ryan smells french fries one night on the town. Stacy smells a plant. Ryan, trying to figure out the word “potato” asks, “A french fry plant?” And, this is where things go weird, Stacy interprets “plant” as a type of factory with her response of a “You mean a potato factory?” Haha, oh my the English language.
As I said before, this is a straight word for word comic strip. It was so odd, filled with misunderstandings, a fun conversation leading nowhere, I had to draw it. 🙂
I hope you liked it as much as me. Anyways, that’s it for this week’s LWS comic strip. If you liked today’s gag, then you’ll love Waiter and Depth Perception.