Hey there, reader. It’s Heather here, the creator of ThingsMyExSaid. Some of you have maybe noticed some serious cartoon silence on my end here over the past few months. It wasn’t you, it was me. And I’m still taking some time. But I wanted to reach out and let you guys know some of the cool developments that are going on behind the scenes here at TMXS.
First of all- it speaks so much about you guys and the content readers like you have provided for this website, that despite my complete and utter lack of posting or publicizing, we’re still getting several hundred visitors a month! And the quotes keep coming! If you’ve submitted a quote in the last several months, just know it didn’t go unnoticed and it’s safely incubating in our giant quote database, faring much better than all the houseplants I’ve neglected over the years.
The main reason the website has been so quiet is we’ve been planning our official launch celebration in New York City- more details to come on that later. Just expect some fun and wacky shenanigans coming up around the New Year.
In the meantime, because I am that needy, I have a request: What are these two men are conversing about in this 1950s romance comic? I invite you to post in the comments section below.
Today, we turn to one of the great movies of the late 20th century: 10 Things I Hate About You.
Bianca: There’s a difference between like and love. Because, I like my Sketchers, but I love my Prada backpack.
Chastity: But I love my Sketchers.
Bianca: That’s because you don’t have a Prada backpack.
It’s important to know the difference between “like” and “love.” Or in this case, “strong feelings”…
Well, at least he knew his priorities.
How was everyone’s Valentine’s Day? Sometimes, holidays or birthdays and the-like can be built up to the point where you end up feeling a let down. Like the disappointing birthday card in Cards Against Humanity. And then maybe you have a fight. Anybody have a V-Day like that? And then you inevitably try to talk to your significant other about what went wrong…
And sometimes, instead of a resolution, you come to an impasse like this:
Nope. That is not a real apology.