I see Ruth and Billie are becoming fast friends.
the benefit is Ruth doesnt kill Billie
Ruth can’t kill Billie! Necrophilia is illegal. At least.. that’s what my neighbors told me…
depends country, state, and what you are doing it with
But they can’t have the most epic of hate fucks if Billie is dead! :O
If you remember right, it’s RUTH we have to worry about. Remember Roomies?
… but …but…. I don’t want to remember! You can’t make me! It was.. it was just so sad… :`(
“the benefit is Ruth doesnt kill Billie” And suddenly I picture a Tarantino flick with Ruth dressed in a yellow jumpsuit wielding a katana.
On an unrelated note, EMILY PUNCH!
It looked soft! I thought his head was soft!
I got that reference! I got that reference!
Are not all heads soft?
I think she is an undercover robot and took him out early to keep him from squealing. Thoughts?
… The scar’s supposed to be on the forehead! Get your cosplay right!
233, 377, 610, 987, 1597, 2584, 4181…
I can understand an elevator line for going upstairs… but down? Really?
I’ve never had a line to get out of the dorm, but that might be small school experience talking.
Yeah, I was never in a dorm with elevators, so this was never a problem I experienced. Stairs ftw!
…until you have to move from the 3rd floor of one dormitory to the 3rd floor of another. Then stairs suck.
Billie sure looks a lot thinner from side-on.
All her fat shifted and relocated in her bum.
A good place as any for her fat to go.
Yet her melons look smaller from the side.
Mango or papaya? The age old question. Was it not Katara who sonce said.. “awww, I hate Papaya.” It’s ok Katara, I like mangos too.
Mmmm I like neither mango or papaya, but artificial mango flavoring is awesome. Like in Snapple, or mexican candy.
That’s cause their volume is in diameter, not depth.
I remember Willis explaining that the fat comments come from Billie having child-bearing hips and being busty.
Billie from side-on is giving me a–
No, no. Too obvious.
I think that’s basic anatomy.
Her anatomy looks correct to me. I know this because when I look at myself sideways in the mirror, I get excited because I actually look skinny, and then when I look at myself head-on, I’m sad because I’m fat again.
Quick Billie, to the dudevator!
Sometimes, Jennifer, you make it TOO easy.
Why not just take the stairs?
Oh for cripes sake TAKE THE FUCKING STAIRS
She can’t risk maybe working off some of her beer muscle.
But stairs are fun! You can jump down at, like, two at a time, then three, then five, then eight… Lots of fun.
Then again, if you jump at the right time in the elevator you can jump super high. It is hard with that many people in the elevator though, so the stairs still win.
The Fibonacci sequence gets real ugly if you take it much farther than tat.
Yay! Another math person… or another person who reads “Questionable Content”. Both are signs of good-ness.
I do read QC, but don’t recognize the reference.
Oh, right, Pintsize was Fibonaccing after he got punched in the head the other day, wasn’t he?
This line didn’t make it into this series of comics, but Billie didn’t have time to shower, as she woke up late to class, and so she rationalizes that running down the stairs woulda given her major advancements in Stinkpits.
I used to help fund research for advancements in Stinkpits but my broker smelt something fishy.
Wouldn’t walking down the stairs be less sweaty than running down the hallway and faster than waiting in the line unless shes like 6 floors up.
Billie is always drunk…. you expect her to be rational?
Do they live underground? Because when I was in college, no one ever used the elevator to go DOWN. It was too frigging slow.
You used it to go up, because a backpack with 8 textbooks in it is not something you want to lug up the stairs after a long day.
(Okay, to be fair, I went to OSU and there were a couple of really tall residential towers that I imagine even walking down would have been a pain. But in the normal dorms it wasn’t a problem)
I walk down AND up the stairs in my dorm all the time. It’s a holdover from when I was in a different dorm building on the second floor, and waiting for the elevator in either direction was too much of a hassle.
Also, it’s decent exercise.
And that last bit is apparently why Billie is *not* taking the stairs, per word of Willis.
People at my college will often use the elevator to go down one floor, even when the stairs are empty and the elevator is a few floors away. Although I didn’t live on campus so I dunno about the dorms.
In San Francisco I use the stair because elevators are really poorly ventilated and all the BO builds up all day.
I usually went down the stairs in dorms, and sometimes up. I rarely encountered other people while doing so.
Some of my friends would take the elevator while I took the stairs, even, and I had to wait for them.
Let’s hear it for Lincoln/Morrill
Pft, I’ve always found the elevator to be too much of a hassle. I only live on the third floor, I can handle a few stairs.
Though I do have to occasionally remind myself I don’t live on the second floor anymore.
I ended up one time in three consecutive semesters living in 323 and then 223 and then 323 again. Same room in the same floor layout, just a story apart. There were several times when I only realized out I was on the wrong floor because my key wouldn’t work in the lock.
When will Billie learn to stop tempting fate?
When it stops being so tempting.
I take it that Indiana has yet to discover the invention of the stairwell?
I stare well at Billie.
Billie later lost her favorite finger under mysterous circumstances that night.
……………………………………………………the urge to make highly inappropriate jokes suddenly overwhelmed me.
I’ll just namedrop Bilquis and Snow Crash here, and leave.
All right… now kiss.
Pfah. We didn’t HAVE elevators -_-;
I am now counting the days until Billie and Ruth have epic hatesex
(I may be counting a while)
Oh, it’ll probably happen later this same day.
…so, you’ll see it in, oh, May or so.
y’know they made this fantastic invention a while ago, called stairs, when i was still bothering to go to school we had to actually use them. uphill and downhill, bookbags weighing a ton, YON WIPPERSNAPPERS HAVE IT EASY!
At least you’re not old enough that the stairs were uphill both ways!
And waist deep in snow.
To this day I’m not sure who’s idea that was.
I came for the laughs and stayed for the Les Yay.
This is why they invented stairs Billie. Hop to it! When I was in college I got tired of waiting for the elevator so I just used the stairs. I wasn’t in the best of shape but I became used to walking up and down eight flights.
Looks like this is going to be a long ride downstairs.
Fling them aside, Billie! You can do it! You’re a cheerleader!
I think Amy Pohler beat you too it.
Yep, they need to get a room.
What is that on Mary’s book?
Satanic Rituals 101
Take the stair, fatass.
Yeah, Ruth just *loves* to watch Billie struggle.
Who, in such a rush, does not go for the stairs anyway, what with eleveators bein so slow? Someone laaaaaazy, that’s who.
At this point a man called Gardrilla Manceframe rediscovered and patented a device he had seen in a history book called a staircase. It has been calculated that his most recent tax bill paid for the social security of five thousand redundant Sirius Cybernetics Workers, the hospitalisation of a hundred Sirius Cybernetics Executives, and the psychiatric treatment of over seventeen-and-a-half-thousand neurotic lifts.
Does this “staircase” thingummy have one of those Genuine People Personalities I’ve heard so much about? If not, I think I may want one…
I like the new Ruth.
Insert [sad trombone sound] here.
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