Won't Say ItIf there's a prize for rotten judgmentWon't Say It3 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
I guess I've already won that
Well, aren't you one mighty grubfucker. What is even your problem, turning red when she whispered into your ear. Your blood pusher was fucking stupid too, beating so fast and so loud you were almost certain she could hear it right then and there. But she only pulls back, a frown on her face, and she slaps your shoulder.
"Did you hear anything I said?"
"About the magical fancy trip we were apparently taking to the Land of Rainbows and Unicorns, where we disembowel ourselves by shoving sparkledust up our--"
Terezi presses her forefinger to your lips, the universal sign of shut the fuck up. "Blargh, this is why we can't have nice things! We're going to have a nice picnic, you moron!"
She withdraws her hand. "I bet we're just gonna play with your scalemates again," you grumble.
"Yeah, we're gonna do that too." Terezi smiles her shark-toothed grin and runs away as you chase her a
Wurr - the first five years27th of June 2007 the first page of Wurr was uploaded online. Today, five years later, what had originally been planned as a mere three page short story with the option of branching out aimlessly has turned into an actual story with a driving plot with 147 pages already existing and two books even printed (English version is under working). Half a decade already. Wow.Wurr - the first five years3 years ago in Personal More Like This
Happy half-decade birthday, comic!
Man, it's been a long way. And even more still lies ahead, let's see if I can wrap it up before hitting the full decade mark.
Since it's kind of a special occasion, I thought it might be fun to look back to how it became what it is today.
I had wanted to make a comic of my own for something like ten years before Wurr even started, and I had had several started projects in the likes of "this is the greatest idea I've ever had in my life! I must make a comic right now", none of which ever got past their third page. It's funny, before Wurr I always advertised and talked about my comics and