RIP Frank’s dad.
ack..I ..I am so sorry for his loss. sigh, i mean I had a feeling but..what now..saaaad
The body language says so much
*sigh* Sometimes reality is a harsh bi***! RIP Frank’s Dad!
So sad, poor Frank :'( :'( :'(
BWAA-HAA-HAA щ(≽Д≼щ) Why, Lord… Why?
It’s like Frank is saying “Thank you.” to the Holtzer family…
lol it’s sad i know, but your pop up text made me giggle.
So sorry Frank and family. I know it’s hard losing a dad.
Frank needs to do the sensible thing and sell the damn farm. No one really wants it anyway. The proceeds could support his family until mom finds a job. Frank can move to NYC with Lee and make a lot more money there than he could in a rural area.
Of course, this is contingent on whether or not Lee still wants Frank. He has seen a very cruel side to Frank and that kind of hurt does not heal easily. Frank could have expressed his pain, fears and grief in many ways. Since Frank chose to strike out at someone he knows has a fragile ego self-image does not speak well of him, especially someone who loves him. Maybe Lee should just move on. NYC is a wonderful place for a young gay man to be himself and spread his wings.
(Thank you, Kori and Peter, for all your hard work. This has been a lovely and moving story with great heart. )
I really hope that was all sarcasm (except that last line in the parenthesis)
Only some of it. I unfortunately faced a great deal of personal grief at a young age; however, I never struck out at someone in such a hurtful way, who was only trying to help. It’s called love.
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Yeah, that took me by surprise too, I mean, what kind of Japanese family is Christian? j/k, everybody, but I’m just saying. It’s rare.
Actually, Christianity is supposedly pretty big there, at least according to my friend who studied abroad there. I mean, for sure Buddhism is huge, but since that’s not really a religion, no reason why someone COULDN’T be Christian, despite the history of hate against it.
Also, they ARE American Japanese people, right? A decent proportion of Americans are Christian.
I’ve been in Japan for 13 years, and people who identify as Christian comprise only about 1% of the population with about 70% declared as a Shinto/Buddhist mix. Most people here are very pragmatic about religion, so they may have a Shinto ceremony at birth, a Christian wedding, and a Buddhist funeral, not out of any particular faith… just because it’s what seems appropriate for the situation, which is probably what’s happening here.
My heart. She weeps.
So I have devoured this webcomic in one day. Now I can’t wait to see what comes next.
This is so sad and heartbreaking Well done!
NOOOOO OH MY GOD NOOOOOO my poor bby FRANK all the shit u will have to put up with on the farm
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