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This person is pretty cool.
This happens to me sometimes. It’s not a very pleasant thing.
Wait…it’s like that one day a girl from the precious class painted my nails as a joke and i acted like it didn’t bother me…..WHERE YOU SITTIN’ BEHIND ME?! D:
And then I’d realise afterwards that I have been spending, a weirdly entertaining 50 minutes of my whole class figuring out of it’s a boy or a girl.
Yeah. Back in 10th grade when I still had a slighter build because I was only 13, but my voice had already dropped, people behind me got confused so often. (I recently donated 18″ of hair and still have hair past my shoulders.)
I know a guy who often wears a beard and has painted nails.
The best part is that s/he is examining his/her nails in the stereotypically masculine fashion of curling the fingers toward the palm, rather than the stereotypically feminine method of extending the fingers.
oh yes many times
The timing of this is fantastic. I just laughed loud. So you know.
c) it’s none of your frickin’ business, what the hell, maybe they don’t like being clocked
Boys can wear pink nailpolish, too! The person’s gender really shouldn’t matter ;) Just like long hair doesn’t always mean ‘girl’.
Wow, instead of calling a person an “it”, you should use “they” if you’re unsure of gender.
Not that it’s really your business anyway though. Why not just accept them as a person rather than try to label so hard?
Anyway, I saw you on Strip Search, which has been really cool so far. I’ve been enjoying your comics so far as well! I hope there aren’t any more like this one.
Your style and sens of humor has been very cute otherwise! :)
Oh, well I guess this is a really old strip. Prolly shoulda looked at the timestamp! :x Oops.
I guess my point still stands, but I have no idea if it applies to you anymore.
Gonna just go and enjoy the rest of the archive now!
…That’s a legit English construction? “It” doesn’t refer to the person or anything specific really, just like in the sentence “It’s raining”. The pronoun is just kind of filler to make a proper sentence, instead of just “is raining”, “is a boy”, “is a girl”. I understand your concern, but I’m pretty sure there’s no insult there, even unintended. Chill.
Maybe they are both…