Libby Sk8er Girl

Libby Sk8er Girl

Libby Sk8er Girl

No. 24: “Olympic Skateboarding”

Libby Sk8er Girl No. 24

Created by Brian T. Sullivan
August 11, 2021

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'Sup, Dudes!?

Did you know that 2021 was the first time Olympic Skateboarding happened? I didn't! But then again, I barely even realized the Olympics happened this year, so maybe that's part of it…Still, I'm sorry that I didn't say anything about this thematically relevant current event until it was a historical event. It's really a faux pas on my part that doesn't actually matter, because it's just random shit and, besides, I don't actually exist (as this comic points out), so it's really Brian who fucked up in the end anyway. Quod Erat Demonstrandum. (Look how fancy I am, using Dead Latin, and earlier I used a phrase that from Modern Wino Latin!)

In other news, you may notice that the person I was talking to today actually had a name. Her name, in fact, is Ana Log, and she's a fictional character, like me! The only thing, though, is that whereas I'm happy to sometimes be created using digital technology, Ana insists that she be 100% analog. (It was tough explaining that she needed to be scanned-in to appear in this webcomic.) Even as a character, she only uses film cameras, typewriters, slide rules, and various other inconvenient technologies. She's pretty weird. I mean, she wore one in this comic (on my insistence), but she says she doesn't wear crop-tops and other midriff-baring attire all the time! I'm not sure what Brian was thinking when he created this bizarre character, but it's probably got something to do with his nine typewriters and Polaroid 600 camera. Also, Ana's dialog is in cursive so that it seems like she's more old-timey or some shit (Brian's preferred way to write is also cursive, but that's for other reasons)…They're all just a bunch of hipster freaks, that's what I say!

I guess Ana's gonna be an occasional friend of mine now? I really hope it's not all the time, though, because I need to remain the star. She'd be better off just being some random bitch who shows up here and in other shit from time-to-time. Maybe she should just go live on Brian's Instagram account. Regardless, she's cool and has agreed to take pictures of my wicked skating tricks, which'd be cool, since film can really capture black & white line drawings so much better than a CMOS sensor ever could. (Honestly, I'm just rambling at this point, and I'm probably making myself out to be an asshole…Ana's pretty all right. I'm just pissed, because Brian drew me in athletic shorts for some dumbass reason this week, and they don't have pockets and keep riding up my ass crack!)

I hope you enjoyed this comic. Next week, I'll probably do something really kickass and absurd. Any suggestions? Don't tell them to me (or Brian), because then there could be all sorts of legal issues with regards to intellectual property, authorship, creative integrity, etc. Instead, just imagine what you think might happen next week and be either thrilled or disappointed by what actually happens! (It could wind-up like this Scribb1e: starting with Latin and ending with 4 different instances of the word "ass.") {Make that five!}

L8er Sk8ers!