Friday, October 07, 2011

a boy trapped in a mans body that still fits in boys clothing

I feel like I should say that I don’t mean to imply that being vegan means you’re automatically sickly or scrawny or anything. I’ve been vegan for years and have always been a little pudgy until recently!


Matt said...

It amazes we how, in adulthood, we are still so profoundly affected by how we were as teenagers. High school was over ten years ago for me, I'm married with two kids, and I still feel like the awkward, dorky kid that I used to be.

By the way, that's an awesomely Porcellino-esque title for this comic.

And is it true that a "Boys XL" is the same size as a "Mens M?" I'm actually kinda psyched about that. I just lost 55 pounds and I'm wearing "Mens M" again; I gotta go raid the thrift stores around here or something. :D

Jason Bradshaw said...

I've been doing a lot of thinking about this stuff lately. I used to be incredibly insecure about every little thing... and I still am in a lot of ways but I know that a lot of these insecurities are bullshit and just keep me from making my life better. I dunno, it's neat. It's like we never grow past puberty. Those years shape who we are.

And, I don't know if it's exactly a match, but I've got a pretty bitchin' Wizard of Oz shirt(complete with childrens drawings on it!) that's a boys xl and fits like a mens m. Highly scientific, I know, but it seems to be true!