Rain: Webcomic on Facebook has 700 Likes! Even if you're not among that number, thank you very much to everyone just for following the story thus far! Whether you're a Rain Beau since day one, or you just discovered the comic this morning, I'm immensely grateful to all of you! :love:
Anyway, this sort of snuck up on me, so I hope the thank you image I whipped up in a hurry is to your liking. I assure you, Puddle approves. XD
Aww, poor Rain! She's so cute x3
Rain is soooo awesome. It deserves that many likes, and I hope there are more to come. X3
Is it bad that it took me a good 5 minutes or so to realize why Rain was so reluctant?
I came back half an hour later before I finally realized what it was.
Poor Rain, though it is kinda cute. I think they both look cute like that, although I guess Rain wouldn't really like it.
@Devin: Oh my god, no, it isn't. I was thinking something else entirely.. NOW I GET IT.
I have to admit this made me smile. Being Trans myself I picked up why she was so reluctant right away. So I gotta say it put a smile on my face after a very shitty day. Thank you Jocelyn for brightening up my day.
@Kituki: I'm trans myself as well and it took me a second read through of this comic (still currently on second read through) and a look at the comments to realize. XD
Ah, yes. "The gallant reflex".
Sort of a problem for girls with something extra in tight outfits sometimes.
ooooo, i get it
Bulge joke. Hahahaha
I feel ur pain buddeh!
It took me so long to figure it out. Poor girl. At least she's going to start transition.
@LittleLynn84: Okay, well done with the subtle joke there. :) Well done indeed.
Yeah...Being Inter, I didn't have that sort of problem, but with testosterone still in her system I can see how that might be a complication. She can say goodbye to that after the hormones kick in!
I have a hyperactive mind that only gets more uncontrollable as I get tired, and it's really late for me right now, nearly two in the morning, so my mind immediately animated the picture, and removed the sign. Now I can't get that image out of my head. Seriously Rain, at what point did you think it'd be a good idea to put that on?
Anyway, this is the very reason why I'm not looking forward to this summer. As much as I love boating and wake boarding and such, I don't want to wear trunks and no shirt, I don't even want to wear trunks /with/ a shirt, but a bikini is out of the question. I mean, nothing up top and too much down low, I wouldn't be surprised if swimsuit season is a transgirl's most dreaded time of year, possibly for transguys as well, just for the opposite reasons. Sure, it might now be as bad below the waist when going the other way (if I'm wrong, don't hate me, I might just be biased in this guess), but having unwanted breasts when swimming could be very aggravating, I'd assume.