Manic Pixie Nightmare Girls / Mallorie Jessica Udischas-Trojan / Jesse William Trojan / Jessica Udischas - The Little Trainwreck That Can (Be Good Here And There). Ditcher of Bradley The Frog and creator of 'New Guy' the first meme of the 2020's
Jesse finally says New Guy and she's being totally not still mad about it. The whole thing was funny because of how much you played yourself! There's no such thing as bad press either since you earned a new asskisser fan.
Between that and this new (bland) comic about her medical woes, @AnOminous is right: Jessika has a self-destructive fetish.
It started off fine, if being an attention whore (but that's to be expected). He's mentioned several times that he's a transplant recipient, and yeah that means he's at a much higher risk. Which is a totally reasonable thing to be worried about. But the last two images feel like they came from another strip altogether. Its like the first 3/4 were honest venting of anxiety, but then at the last minute he realized "I gotta put in a joke, or no one will share it."
Probably terrified that if he included a strawman telling him that panic does more damage than anything else, it'll be New Guy Part 2.
But the last two images feel like they came from another strip altogether. Its like the first 3/4 were honest venting of anxiety, but then at the last minute he realized "I gotta put in a joke, or no one will share it."
especially with all the great screengrabs and .gifs of elderly statesmen(& women) giving speeches about corona safety & prevention and the dumb fucks getting caught touching their faces while doing it.
I actually thought this was alright. It’s not the greatest thing ever made, but it’s looking at the issue from a personal perspective that most readers probably haven’t experienced and may not be aware of. And it ends with a joke and some mild self-deprecation. This is a much more appealing version of the self-insert than “ha, people more fortunate than me deserve to suffer!”
The greatest thing about the New Guy meme is that a lot of the fan art was unironic in painting grumpy Jess in a positive, or at least sympathetic, light. For a brief moment, you had people wanting to join hands and sing Dahoo Dores, and Jess should be proud of that. Sadly, wrapped in a poisonous social media bubble, Jess isn't allowed to feel good about things.
pretty sure thats what jess' shtick actually is
being miserable is special and kewl, its just no good to be good anymore, at least not if ur actually good enough to work with it
passing off being an insufferable twat as something charming is what all twats resort to