Chapter 3, Page 3on August 1, 2013 at 7:00 am
Poor baby. I guess if Hell is a little like boot camp, Heaven would be a little like . . . junior high school. Not sure which you think is worse. 😉
In better news, I may have someone to help me with translations, at least until I can get on my own feet a little more. Possibly. Hopefully. Fingers, like, ARTHRITIS-crossed here. In the meantime, it’s back to Duolingo and a new comic comes up Monday. If it’s me doing my own French here, may God have mercy on my soul!
EDIT: Well, it’s Monday. I’m doing my own French, which is horrible, my drawings need much editing and I hate myself. I think I need at least another day here. Christ, I have no idea what is going on.
I would think that angels-in-training ought to know better than to make bitchy remarks and laugh about another angel-in-training behind her back. (At the very least, it ought to set them back a ways from achieving full angel-hood.) Meanwhile, sweet, kind, loving Angelkitty plays with butterflies and says hello to fish. *Who’s* more truly angelic?
Last panl: i love how troubled Angelkitty looks.
Girls are from heaven, boys from hell.
The best mismatch there is.
Google Translate is close to adequate most of the time. (And I once spent some time in the part of Canada where they refuse to acknowledge the existence of the English language, and I eventually managed to order “une hamburger avec pommes frites”, and even find the bathroom. I can’t claim to be much of an expert, but if you can’t get anybody else, I’ll give it a try…)
I appreciate the offer. I feel bad putting this level of work on other people, especially when I should really have done more to prep myself, but if I ever finally admit to myself I’ve bitten off more than I can chew, and need someone to at least check my work, I feel better knowing that you’re there. 🙂
Je ne sais pas pour quoi tu a besoin de français, et le français est ma langue moins forte. Je ne sais pas si je te peut aider….
Je suis reconnaissant pour la pensèe!
Krulle, your French is better than mine! But you are European, and in Europe even the least educated people are illiterate in five languages. Here in the US, a person who was born here is considered a linguistic genius if they speak any language besides English.