Imaginary Friends #23

Oh dear.

Oh dear dear.

I think we all know this cannot end well.

Though it will likely end hilariously…. that’s good enough, right?

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Hey guys, one of our readers reached out for some help.  An IndieGoGo fundraiser was started to help Ravyn Crescent.

On March 7th, she had a bad accident and broke her hip. She doesn’t have health insurance because she spends so much time doing volunteer work.  Ravyn was rushed into surgery, and now has a long and painful recovery ahead. As well as metal pins in her leg for life.  She’ll also need ongoing physiotherapy if she is going to heal properly and not have problems walking for life.  More info here…

Check it out and help if you can.  If nothing else, spread the word!

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Discussion (7) ¬

  1. Moku

    -rubs hands together evily- This is gonna be good!>:-D

  2. Ozimul

    I honestly think it would have been funnier if Tears’ “issues” had been worked through and he didn’t want to go along with the plan anymore.
    As usual, things go flawlessly for the Imps… you’d think with Alistair (formerly known as Misfortune) around, they’d screw up more often.

  3. Startiger

    LOL one way trip to HELL, for the Doc!!!!!

  4. Elfguy

    A Typical fate for those who think they understand the depths of evil minds, Startiger…

  5. khamya9

    @ozimul, I think you need to go back and read the strip about the bully if you think things always go flawlessly. Or the fight with the angel. Or the end of “The Mayan”. Actually, the only time anything actually did work as intended was when they replaced their replacements, but needing to do that at all was a sign of misfortune.

  6. Eeep!

    To quote a friend of mine… “There is not enough valium in the WORLD for this!”

    My condolences to this poor sod and his family.

  7. J.P.

    @Moku Poor guy doesn’t stand a chance. XD