So being lucky enough to have a paying job makes you an adult?
I don’t mind being an adult. It’s acting like one that I have difficulty with.
It’s crazy how adulthood can sneak up on you sometimes…
Part of being an adult is knowing where and how to spend your money. This can include money spent on booze, cigarettes and other non-vital commodities where spending said money will create a situation in which one is unable to afford basic necessities such as a home or to afford maintaining self-employment. And Todd’s case need not be elaborated upon, correct?
I like the black cloud over Jason’s head. That just sells the picture. I guess I have a question. Whose backstory would you delve into first? You seemed to show a lot of interest in Karen, but we seem to still be in Todd’s arc…
The worst partS of that scenario are:
1. How fast the Visa fills up
2. How much faster it fills up with $40 bar tabs a few nights per week
3. How much MUCH faster it fills up when you’re trying to get someone like Robyn drunk enough to get laid, and now the tab is $80!
4. When #3 doesn’t work, and it’s STILL $80!!
I’ve been in the same boat. Except I don’t drink or smoke but I tend to spend money on cosplays.
You know it’s a bad sign when you have just as much smoke coming out of your head as you do your cigarette.
Ugh… I know their pain. Or at least Robyn and Todd. It sucks so much to not have money and to have to put rent on a card. I’m still trying to pay that stuff back.
I’m guessing Todd himself doesn’t have a credit card… or any form of credit in general.
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