SirMustapha wrote:mooncow wrote:I do not feel the need to come to this forum and tell everyone when I don't happen to find one comic funny. I'm not self-important enough to think that anyone cares (...)
What about the people who come here to tell everyone that they find a comic funny? Is that too self-important to you, or is it completely different?
Actually, that's a little tedious too... but at least it's not angry and negative. When one of your FB friends posts "X happened, and it was awesome", and another posts that "their life sucks and everyone should pity them", which do you prefer to read? This is even one step removed, since I don't have a clue who you are. Frankly, I'm a little surprised I'm having to explain this... Feel free to not like the comic, but saying so here contributes nothing and assumes everyone else should care; Do it if you like, but know that it's nothing but a downer for everyone looking for interesting content.
Aic wrote:For me, this would be:
a) the age of the protagonists, I didn't assume it would be likely for adults to not know about the topic in question
Just because he's thinking about it doesn't mean he lacks understanding of her anatomy. I think about crazy things all the time that I know are impossible. Like dragons. He's also a guy, and may not have put much thought into how that part of the female body works, and further, other posters have pointed out that it is, indeed, possible under the right circumstances. I can see how this line of thought could lead you to assuming the panel was sexual in nature, but I think that would be a wrong assumption to make. Boobs are a part of life absent sex, and thinking about them occasionally is pretty normal, also absent weird fetishes.