Universal translator feathers always come in handy….
Of course the two most powerful words in the English Language are “The Musical” you can tack them on the end of anything and it makes sense. Plus it can turn tragedies and “adult” things into funny, family-friendly. e.g. The Holocost…THE MUSICAL!
Klingon! in the last panel! I think it means “Where is the bathroom?”
She steals my glasses, my light blue buttondown, and now my linguistic superpowers! Jen is biting my style, as the kids say.
Gesundheit! Oh, that wasn’t a sneeze? My bad…
Correct… she’s speaking Klingon. *lol* Along with Spanish (Hello World!), German (Gepäckaufbewahrungsschein = Luggage Ticket), and Pig Latin.
Hooray! You got ’em all!
she should turn those feathers into earrings.
Ah, the traditional “Hello World!” routine, revealing once again that she is in fact a CS student at heart.
I would ask to meet Aphrodite. ^-^
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