Well here is another LWS comic for you “Out of the Blue.” Haha. Stacy arrives home from work with a sigh. “Hunny, I’m home.” Ryan smiles, “How was work?” “Great!” Stacy replies as she prances past Ryan happily. “I QUIT.” :0
Yes, Stacy after one of the worst days on the job, has pulled a Sagittarius and quit her stifling, petty, low frequency job, out of the blue. And boy does it feel good. Ryan on the other hand…hasn’t quite had the time to process such a, ahem, important decision.
Guys and gals, if you live with a Sag, be ready to be spontaneously surprised a lot of the time. Speaking of Sagittarians, I might do a series of jokes about star signs….you know all that fun meme stuff. We shall see. In any case, Stacy is ready for a new chapter of her professional career…whatever that may be. So if you liked Out of the Blue, check out my other Living With Stacy comics. Cheerio!
A smile a day keeps the blues away! Or at least, that’s insightful quip that some rando guy decided to bestow upon Stacy. Yikes. Stacy is having one rough day at the office and to get told to “smile” is not only a bit sexist (cuz let’s face it, when do gals tell guys to smile more?), but also completely unsolicited. Now on the flip-side, smiling does release endorphins, it is a proven fact. But being “told” to smile, doesn’t quite have the same impact. :p So yeah, only smile if you feel like it, please and thank you. As for Stacy, well it seems like the comment had the opposite affect. Haha. Oh my.
Anyways, that’s it for this week’s Living With Stacy comic. If you liked “A Smile a Day” then check out Stacy’s other office adventure strips.
Well hello there LWS Comic fans, I have a new strip for your called “Available.” The office adventures continue as Stacy faces her toughest challenge of the day– Customer service at the front desk. Oh joy! Most of you who’ve been in customer service can relate to these types of requests, bookings, and queries coming from a particular type of person. You know, the people that think that they’re the center of the universe, and that you should be able to read their minds? Cuz obviously their weekly personal schedule is so important that it’s common knowledge or something, like duh, of course Jimmy has soccer on Wednesdays. LOL.
So that is today’s comic. I hope it makes you laugh and seethe at the same time. 🙂 If you liked Available, then please check out all the Stacy’s Office Adventures. And also, share, like, and share some more. Happy weekend!
Heyo LWS comics fans, I have a new strip for you to enjoy today called “Enlighten Me.” Stacy emerges from the boss’s office only to find Jennifer trash talking her. Before Jenn can get out another word out, Stacy grips her shoulder and intensely whispers “Please do enlighten me, Jennifer…”
Ah my, such is office drama. Again, no offense to any “Jennifer” out there. Its fiction, only derived from reality a tiny tiny bit…Or actually, a lot…but you get what I’m saying. 🙂
Anyways, that’s it for this week’s office adventure. If you liked “Enlighten Me” then check out all my other great strips. If you’re diggin’ the office adventure arc, then you can check out the very beginning with Fare Thee Well.
Modern Day Sisyphus – LWS Comics #215 – It’s task vs task in this modern day Sisyphean nightmare! Watch as Stacy tries to do the one important thing but is drowned in an endless sea of meaningless tasks! Too bad important task, wanting to complete you so that Stacy can feel a shred of accomplishment is an exercise in futility. Oh well, I’m sure the hundreds of gym membership renewals and email typos can fill the void, deep down in her heart’s soul.
Anyways, that’s it for this week’s comic. If you liked Modern Day Sisyphus, you should check out my other comics. Lots to love. If you want to learn more about Sisyphus, Google him. He’s the Greek guy that did a bad thing and was punished to endlessly push a boulder up a mountain, only for it to roll back down just before the peak. Greek gods are fierce, yo!