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Comment ID #138431

Squeeze ball Abbey is the cutest Abbey EVER.

Also, it seems like Sue actually has some competition. Her mistake here is underestimating Daisy’s intelligence; that girl could beat Sue with one hand tied behind her back. Daisy’s sweet exterior does hide a throbbing brain and I’m sure she could easily sway the student body’s vote.

I’m also very glad to hear that Abbey is also seeing a counselor. Sure, the mental clinic helps (I know, I go to one) but at school sometimes you just need someone to talk to and the counselor really does help, and that stress toy is ABSOLUTELY ADORABLE.

Also Daisy’s face in that last panel is perfect.

Susan December 24, 2010, 12:09 AM EST.

Comment ID #138644

Oh, dear. He really went into pieces, did he not? Post-traumatic stress disorder?

Abbey, don’t you quit therapy, please… also, consider avoiding stressful situations (such as, perhaps, a public debate?) in the near future.

He should thank his lucky stars that he has someone like Daisy by his side. Really, she made the scene heartwarming instead of destructively cringe-inducing.

Aaaaaand Sue. Really, now. Why not try to at least pretend civility towards your (hopefully not former) friends?

Itty-Bitty Spider December 24, 2010, 2:22 PM EST.

Comment ID #138793

Why is everyone being so hard on Sue, Abbey was being at least as jerky, and frankly thats how debates should work. With people actually arguing their points instead of pandering to idiots. Even Sue’s fascism statement I think was a reasonable point even if it was hyperbole. If Abby can make some silly analogy about broken windows, surely Sue make remind us that zero-tolerance policies are one finger in the iron fist.

Go Sue.

The Master December 24, 2010, 10:48 PM EST.

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