the writers’ strike of 2007-2008 haunts me to this day
New Home Is Where The Internet Is! Tumblr’s 10-page limit is keeping me from posting the whole thing, so head on over to the webcomic to read the rest (plus a blog post with Paris photos and doodles).
I’m going to Strasbourg tomorrow!!! I’m so excited. We might take a day trip into Germany and the Black Forest 8-D AHHHHHH. Back soon, love and hugs~
-Your friend Tally
as someone who travels a lot and has couch surfed, hitched rides, and visited people from online… this is a wonderful way to approach things. grant it, there is still the importance of being safe while you do it, but life is a lot more interesting when you aren’t living it in fear. it’s funny though, you wouldn’t believe how many times people ask about if i’ve ever had bad experiences while doing this. they also can’t seem to help adding something about my sex in the question. :\ the answer i give them: i’ve only had one bad experience but it is completely overshadowed by the great experiences i’ve had.
I can’t believe how spot-on this is. Not only does it hit on important points about being a young girl and traveling, but it emphasizes the rewards of taking risks; of going against the current; of accepting that there are some things you can’t change and some things you have to grit your teeth and take the leap for. Couchsurfing is incredible. Despite being asked “HAVE YOU SEEN TAKEN?!?” eighteen million times before my solo journey through Europe, I in fact did not see the silly movie before leaving, and prepared myself in other ways: mental preparedness for the reality of travel; opening my mind and my heart to the ideologies of fourteen new cultures; and relying on the wealth of knowledge available online regarding safe, spontaneous adventure. This comic is wise and true. Bravo!
i am so tired of obama and romney why can’t thor be president
ohmygod could you imagine tho
“mr. president, what are your thoughts on gay marriage?”
“I HOPE ALL MORTALS HAVE A GAY AND JOVIAL MARRIAGE”