Beyond the Door 3

7th Jan 2020, 11:27 AM in Chapter 9: Beyond the Door
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Beyond the Door 3


Guest 7th Jan 2020, 4:41 PM edit delete reply
Arrgh! She took the bottom towel!
Mark N 7th Jan 2020, 6:29 PM edit delete reply
I know several people that do. to most of them it is an autistic trait related to OCD. Think of it as rotation of products. the top is fresher so you use the lower older stuff first.
Guest 7th Jan 2020, 8:41 PM edit delete reply
Gotta maintain the First In, First Out queue!
Vik Machacku 10th Jan 2020, 8:29 PM edit delete reply
Vik Machacku
I take the bottom one and I'm neither OCD or autistic.
Any of you considered that the is just short?
Mark N 11th Jan 2020, 12:31 AM edit delete reply
Of course we know that not everyone that does that is autistic. But Corelle is so...
Vik Machacku 11th Jan 2020, 1:29 AM edit delete reply
Vik Machacku
No Mark XD, as one of the two authors of this comic I was genuinely answering the lingering question. She REALLY is just short, that's all!
Mark N 11th Jan 2020, 6:22 AM edit delete reply
Jessie Blue 7th Jan 2020, 7:33 PM edit delete reply
Jessie Blue
Better than the people who take eggs from the middle of the carton instead of the outside first.
ZippyTPH 10th Jan 2020, 4:26 PM edit delete reply
It gives the carton a better balance to have the weight of the remaining eggs at each end with a gap in the middle, rather than all the weight in the middle.

Also, I take from the back row of the carton first, to keep the weight closer to the hand holding the carton from near the opening.

Random observation: When a carton of eggs is dropped from the height of a doorknob, 2 out of 12 may survive intact.
Reptangle 8th Jan 2020, 7:28 PM edit delete reply
Yeah, they take the bottom towel and mess up all the carefully folded top ones. Now we roll towels into little burrito shapes. They don't get as messed up.
I am always eager to see updates of this comic!It is one of my very favorites. I enjoy the tiny background details as much as the character interactions.