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Re: What Happened to the Yarn

Post  Mr. Cardinal on Fri Dec 20, 2013 7:26 pm

Ellen-Natalie wrote:
kanna172003 wrote:BTW, that small girl looks like she's a Pekingese or a Maltese. Am I close?

Yep, she's Maltese! Her name's Mei. Smile
Technically, her Mom's Maltese and her Dad's a Shih Tzu, but her appearances take more after her mother.

You do realize this means we need a bio on the other two girls right.  Rolling Eyes 

Also, I love Diana's expression on the 4th panel. You've gotten loads better at this.
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Re: What Happened to the Yarn

Post  Mr Ed on Sat Dec 21, 2013 1:18 pm

Why are you all wearing the same -ugly- shoes?  Rolling Eyes Razz Laughing

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Re: What Happened to the Yarn

Post  Ellen-Natalie on Sat Dec 21, 2013 6:47 pm


Page 321: Staring contest, 1-2-3-GO!
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Re: What Happened to the Yarn

Post  Mr Ed on Sun Dec 22, 2013 8:20 am

"Kung-fu staring contest! GO!!

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Re: What Happened to the Yarn

Post  Ellen-Natalie on Sun Dec 22, 2013 11:29 pm



BTW, Alice's mother is an Afghan Hound, and her father a Golden Retriever.
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Re: What Happened to the Yarn

Post  Latrans on Mon Dec 23, 2013 12:21 am

So while she may have shown these three that she is smart, capable, unique and classy (I don't think she's inspired awe in them...), it did not rely on her choice of fashion and very specifically required her to say things.

I wonder if she realizes she's undermining her opening monologue... Laughing 
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Re: What Happened to the Yarn

Post  Mr Ed on Mon Dec 23, 2013 1:08 am

Ellen-Natalie wrote:BTW, Alice's mother is an Afghan Hound, and her father a Golden Retriever.
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So does that make Alice a Golden Hound or an Afghan Retriever?  Rolling Eyes Laughing

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Re: What Happened to the Yarn

Post  Mr. Cardinal on Mon Dec 23, 2013 4:36 am

Girls are so weird. Rolling Eyes
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Re: What Happened to the Yarn

Post  Trevor_Fox on Mon Dec 23, 2013 4:39 am

Oh, snap!
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Re: What Happened to the Yarn

Post  Amulek on Mon Dec 23, 2013 10:03 am

Afghan Hounds are noble creatures, bred in the country inhabited by one of the best guerrilla fighters in the world, Afghanistan. Golden Retrievers are nice too, but also a lil' boring: a  perfect choice for family centered people and families with children, so I guess many Mormons have Golden Retrievers as pets (because Mormons are all about family). Just like Jell-O is a perfect snack for Utahn Mormon families (or at least that's what Bill Cosby claimed).
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Re: What Happened to the Yarn

Post  Ellen-Natalie on Mon Dec 23, 2013 2:22 pm

Amulek wrote:I guess many Mormons have Golden Retrievers as pets (because Mormons are all about family).

While there's certainly a lot of dog owners in Utah, I never noticed a single breed that was more popular than another-unless 'Mixed' counts as a breed. Wink Even in our own neighborhood, almost every other house had a dog or cat-but they were all different breeds.
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Re: What Happened to the Yarn

Post  Trevor_Fox on Tue Dec 24, 2013 10:01 am

Amulek wrote:Just like Jell-O is a perfect snack for Utahn Mormon families (or at least that's what Bill Cosby claimed).

I will say that going out West was the first time that I'd ever had Jell-O Salad, however; I actually dislike Jell-O. I much prefer chocolate or chips for snacking on.
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Re: What Happened to the Yarn

Post  Latrans on Tue Dec 24, 2013 1:19 pm

Jello with chocolate chips just doesn't sound appealing...Neutral
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Re: What Happened to the Yarn

Post  Amulek on Tue Dec 24, 2013 1:52 pm

Trevor_Fox wrote:
Amulek wrote:Just like Jell-O is a perfect snack for Utahn Mormon families (or at least that's what Bill Cosby claimed).

I will say that going out West was the first time that I'd ever had Jell-O Salad, however; I actually dislike Jell-O. I much prefer chocolate or chips for snacking on.

I've tried Jell-O once and it was pretty "meh". It didn't really taste like anything. I guess Jell-O salad doesn't taste that peculiar either, considering that Jell-O doesn't really have any taste, just some artificial colouring.
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Re: What Happened to the Yarn

Post  Ellen-Natalie on Tue Dec 24, 2013 2:34 pm

Amulek wrote:I've tried Jell-O once and it was pretty "meh". It didn't really taste like anything. I guess Jell-O salad doesn't taste that peculiar either, considering that Jell-O doesn't really have any taste, just some artificial colouring.

That only means you don't like Jello plain! There's all kinds desserts and salads you can make.

My grandma used to put peas and carrots in Jello as a side dish for dinner. (Thankfully my father decided he'd never do that to his kids.)
My mom used mix fruit up in it with it, as a side to get us kids to eat helpings of fruit.
My cousin will bake a white sheetcake, pokes in it, and pour the jello mix into the holes while it still hot, then let it set in the fridge. This creates moist, extra-sweet cake.
Every family reunion someone made the 'Pink Stuff' - Jello powder mixed in with cottage cheese, marshmallows and chunks of fruit.
For a school dance we poured the Jello into goblets tilted on their side in the fridge-causing it to set on a diagonal slant. Then we filled the other diagonal half with pudding. Put whipped cream on top, and it's a cheap yet fancy dessert!

...Shoot, I think I'm a stereotype.
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Re: What Happened to the Yarn

Post  Mr Ed on Wed Dec 25, 2013 10:12 am

Ellen-Natalie wrote:...Shoot, I think I'm a stereotype.

Being in stereo just means your type is so much richer and warmer for us to like! Smile 

Merry Christmas! to Ellen-Natalie & Family,
and to all my new friends in FE!

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Re: What Happened to the Yarn

Post  Ellen-Natalie on Wed Dec 25, 2013 6:30 pm


Page 322: Look over there-it's Christmas! Hope everyone's enjoying the holiday~
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Re: What Happened to the Yarn

Post  Ellen-Natalie on Fri Dec 27, 2013 12:40 am



As awesome as it would have been to have Alice be the rabbit from Gulp-N-Go, this arc does bring back another character seen in the past.
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Re: What Happened to the Yarn

Post  Amulek on Fri Dec 27, 2013 12:56 am

By the way, I noticed that the familiar naming pattern is once again visible in the names of these new characters:

Alice, an Afghan Hound
Mei, a Maltese
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Re: What Happened to the Yarn

Post  Ellen-Natalie on Fri Dec 27, 2013 1:06 am

Amulek wrote:By the way, I noticed that the familiar naming pattern is once again visible in the names of these new characters:

Alice, an Afghan Hound
Mei, a Maltese

And Emily, an English Springer Spaniel
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Re: What Happened to the Yarn

Post  Latrans on Fri Dec 27, 2013 1:56 am

Don't forget Louis the
Spoiler:
Llama.

Also, you have no idea how tempted I am to spell his name with two "L"s just because. Razz 

Spoiler:
Spoiler within a spoiler! It's Spoilerception!

He's shown up with Diana before! (dun dun dun?)

Given the antagonistic relationship between the trio and Diana, I don't doubt that they know he's at least her friend. Further, the trio's positive reaction to seeing him suggest that he's no more than a friend as it suggests he is single and therefor available to them. Depending on his and Diana's relationship, this could turn out any number of ways.

Perhaps she is romantically inclined towards him, yet he's oblivious. This would make him a potential target for her fashion designs as she attempts to woo him with her fashion skills. Cue Diana's frustration as he fails to realize that she's doing it for his benefit and not simply using him as a sounding board for her ideas.

The opposite could also be true (he's "just a friend" to her). I find this one less likely, but still possible. Lou could be taking an interest in Diana's fashion designs because he recognizes it as something she finds important and is using it as an excuse to spend time with her. Cue Lou's frustration as she fails to react to any of his advances.

It's also possible that they have no romantic intentions with each other and are merely friends (God forbid that should ever happen between a guy and girl Rolling Eyes ).

Regardless of the specifics of Lou's and Diana's relationship, he is likely to know of the antagonistic nature of Diana's rapport with the trio and thus likely to side with/defend her against them. Cue trio's frustration as they (likely Alice in particular) fail to successfully woo him.

So... is anyone else's "impending drama" sense tingling? Laughing
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Re: What Happened to the Yarn

Post  Amulek on Fri Dec 27, 2013 2:02 am

Latrans wrote:Don't forget Louis the
Spoiler:
Llama.

Spoiler:
I also realised that when I checked the page that had his first appearance: http://furryexperience.smackjeeves.com/comics/1388605/filler-page-25/
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Re: What Happened to the Yarn

Post  Trevor_Fox on Fri Dec 27, 2013 3:25 pm

Latrans wrote:
So... is anyone else's "impending drama" sense tingling? Laughing

Uh, oh. Cat better stay away!
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Re: What Happened to the Yarn

Post  TachisAlopex on Fri Dec 27, 2013 3:47 pm

Ellen-Natalie wrote:
Amulek wrote:By the way, I noticed that the familiar naming pattern is once again visible in the names of these new characters:

Alice, an Afghan Hound
Mei, a Maltese

And Emily, an English Springer Spaniel

Trevor_Fox pointed out to me a few more:
Dawn and Diana are both Does,
Brian is a Buck,
Catherine is a Cat,
Ronnie is a Rabbit.
The question we had was about hunter. We have thought for the longest time that hunter looked like a Shiba Inu. However H != S. Is he the exception, is all of the above coincidence, or is he another breed?
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Re: What Happened to the Yarn

Post  Ellen-Natalie on Fri Dec 27, 2013 3:55 pm

TachisAlopex wrote:The question we had was about hunter... Is he the exception, is all of the above coincidence, or is he another breed?

Hunter is a Husky.
And Ellen is an Expert at forgetting to study an animal before drawing it. >.<
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