24 Responses to Chapter 2 | Page 57

  1. Thorin Schmidt says:

    I do believe that is the most intimate contact Philo has ever had with Alice. Probably not the most painful though….

  2. Petaybee says:

    Stayed upright. Check.
    Saved the girl. Check.
    Unflappable expression. Check.

  3. Uhl says:

    Where did Philo ever find Godfrey? That butler is a godsend!

  4. Brian says:

    I conclude that some are better at catching girls than others.

  5. Dreadogastus says:

    Are we there yet?

  6. wintermute says:

    Watch out for that sword, Eaton. That could be a *very* painful landing indeed.

  7. Thorin Schmidt says:

    I was wondering about the chair until I saw the last panel. Is secured that way so it can be swiveled around if desired?

  8. Alphaghoul says:

    I wonder if Alice is going to have any snarky mean comments to give to Philo regarding him telling her to take her hand just before they fall down / land.

  9. das-g says:

    The new stop can’t have been too abrupt, can it? Sure, the butler catching Charlie can be attributed to him being —according to Word of God— Godfrey Godfish Godsend [sic; Shouldn’t that have been “Godsent“, though?]. But all the ceiling lamps with their probably vitreous parts seem to have remained unshattered, too.

    • das-g says:

      Nope, apparently with “d” is correct. Turns out English isn’t always logic to non-native speakers (or writers for that matter) like me.

      • Wyvern says:

        It’s because it’s a noun, not an adjective: he is *a* Godsend. (Though to be fair, I can’t think of any other circumstance in which “send” is used as a noun. But “Godsent” would definitely be an adjective.)

      • Number 6 says:

        English is frequently not llogical to us native speakers as well 😉

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