Maybe I'm Just Weird



Sorry for all the delays lately, you guys. I get behind a little bit and then my busy life keeps me behind. D: Anyway, I'm working to get caught up, we're about one comic behind right now, should be solved within the week.

No one wants to watch scary movies with me! ;_;

Alright, that's all for now.

26 comments:

coyotecom said...

4chan makes weirdos of us all. Now prolapsed assholes are mundane and spiders are cute. Google jumping spiders and look at those huge eyes and not D'awww. I dare ya!

Nic said...

I actually do that all the time! They ARE cute! I just can't convince my girlfriends of such. :(

lilundeadfiend said...

I'd watch scary movies with you!
Especially if they're zombie movies and then we can debate about our plans for when the zombie apocalypse happens. :3

gweezer said...

ill totally watch scarry movies with you too! there new to me (was sheltered my entire life, so now im exploring all this madness) so they still *totally* freak me out-but its still fun!

anyway, i can totally relate to the last panel-perhaps not with the bondage gear, but the girlhawk and studly pants-why do people glare at me in target? XD

Kaos said...

I can go for a couple of good horror movies, I've been watching them since I was 3 or 4.(Friday the 13th pt. 2 was my first) John Carpenter's The Thing, Ginger Snaps, and Trick 'r Treat are my favorites. Also I have a t-shirt that says "Ask me about my zombie plan" with a shotgun on it.... I've been watching for a long time, lol.

piratestan said...

So, what you're saying is that, even by BDSM standards you're especially weird?

Nic said...

Lilundead, Zombie films are my FAVORITE. I'm particularly obsessed with 28DaysLater. DO NOT DEBATE ITS ZOMBIENESS WITH ME ANY OF YOU GRRR...

Gweezer&Kaos I've been watching since I was a kid! The thing is amazing, Sharky is currently working on the sequel (not sure if I was supposed to let on about that or not...)

Pirate, kinda. Alot of my jokes have to do with how I feel like I don't fit into the world of BDSM or anyone elses stereotypes. I love the girls I work with and I have friends in the scene but sometimes I feel like I'm from another planet!

lilundeadfiend said...

28 Days is definitely a zombie film, but then you just get into the debate of rage zombies vs. like, Romero zombies. It's all very confusing and I wish there were a college course on it. Lol.

Kaos said...

I could go for a The Thing sequel, the original was so open ended that there's almost an infinite number of directions a new movie could go! As for how you don't seem to fit in, you probably fit in better than you realize, just with different groups of people at different times. You're a well rounded(or well versed if you prefer) person.

Hegemone said...

Ha-ha, if there's ever a horror movie marathon planned, I'm totally in.

Weird isn't a bad thing... though I think quirky is better xP

And yes, 4chan desensitizes you to everything, ever.

Anonymous said...

Kaos, funny thing about "the thing" is that the "sequel" which is actually a prequel is in development.

I cant vouch for its quality, but it was definitely fun to work on :)

- sharky

Shelby said...

Aw but I love all those things =D I'll watch horror movies with you~!

Love how the legs in the first panel dissipate into the word bubble.

Nic said...

Oh damn I meant to fix that. Blah, sometimes I'm so scatterbrained.

Vera Wylde said...

I love a good horror flick but I'm picky as hell. Always prefered monster films to slashers though.

You're right though, spiders are awesome... unless they're in my house, then they need to be guided outside. Cockroaches on the other hand need to FUCKING DIE!

Kaos said...

Sharky, the other funny thing is my lack of brain, as I was over on the Arrow In The Head horror movie site reading about the The Thing prequel (in specific the casting of Final Destination 3's Mary Elizabeth Winstead as one of the leads and a bunch of Norwegian names that I can't spell, let alone pronounce)and it never registered in my head. Guess I was thinking sequel so strongly that prequel didn't penetrate my (apparently) thick skull. Anyway, good luck to you, you've got a lot of horror fans very interested in the results of this movie. (but no pressure, right? :D)

Anonymous said...

no pressure for me, I'm off to another movie, I help with the planning work, someone else will take over for final effects and such, I believe they are on location filming now. but I have no idea.

Anonymous said...

I'm glad you love me even though I don't like spiders or scary movies unless there's dog-piling going on or someone to hold me. >.> Love you! And I'm so glad you're having such great success with all you're doing.

<3 Manda

Lord Crios said...

Spider are cutest.

bunny said...

Nic you're just at the wrong dungeon! All the weirdos hang out over at the D.

we went from Cute Overload to /b/ on 4chan within the course of one shift, and over to Stop Betraying Me! and Power Thirst.

Have read everything, and love your comic. As a pro sub, it's about right. I'm extra small, so I mostly get creepers. and pretty much the only time I dress up is at work as well. (I hardly ever shave either, but at least I'm blonde.)

My favorite is the conversations I have after work or on the phone on shift:

"Hey babe, I had four clients but I only saw one penis the whole day! it was awesome!"

"No, that's not the t.v., there's a CBT session the next room over."

Do you ever got out in "stripper uniform" - sweatpants and hoodie (covering corsets, thigh highs, and garter belt), full makeup, and heels? I don't bother changing after night shifts because I'm just going home to sleep, but it makes for some interesting late-night grocery runs,

Nic said...

Bunny, I love the girls in my dungeon, but I feel like I don't get along with MANY women. Or... sometimes just people in general. :P

And yes, I go out with my work clothes but they're usually hidden under my big black hoodie and baggy jeans. Plus, I wear flip-flops until I actually have to slide in my shoes for a client. And I wear little to no make-up.

Anonymous said...

I really really could live in a world without zombie movies. I get pretty awful hyperventilate-grasp-my-heart paranoia sometimes from overthinking about a hypothetical zombie apocalypse. And nightmares! Don't forget the nightmares. Always fun. Fun fun fun. Aaauuuuughhh )':

Chrysakitt said...

Heh the spider thing reminded me of a p.e. lesson.

This big spider came into the hall and I spotted it and just went 'Hey is anyone afraid of spiders?' or something that brought attention to the fact therwe was this biiig spider running around. There was a lot of screaming until the teacher tossed it outside.

I've done this kind of thing a few times when surrounded by other girls. Namely my sister who is utterly terrified of daddy long legs. I just love to tease her though.

Karen Bakefield said...

I may be ever so slightly frightened by spiders, but I don't run away when I see one. I don't kill it either. If It's inside, I take it outside, if it's already outside, I leave it alone. If I see a type of spider I've never seen before, I trap it, call my best friend over, admire it for a while, then set it free. I LOVE horror movies! What state/town do you live in? I'm in Missouri. You're probably really far away in, like, in California or something. :(

Nic said...

Yea, I live in Los Angeles. :/

f3101c32-0a7f-11e1-8184-000bcdcb471e said...

I've just got to say, you're awesome. I just found your comics today but I'm already hooked. Also I wanted to thank you for giving some really comprehensive explanations of different fetishes. You are really inspiring, thanks for all of your posts!

Blood Doll Nyx said...

I know this is two years old but I've just come across this comic and I'm trying to catch up by starting from the beginning. I'm loving every second of it! I would happily volunteer to watch horror movies and then sit in the dark and see who panics first. I feed off of fear. :D I love your work, Nic *fangirl squee*

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