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Reply mitchellbravo, April 3rd, 2013, 11:04 am

It's easy for you to say, when you have the most robust chin I think I've ever drawn in the history of this comic.

"Whitney Fairfax" was one of those names where you come up with it, but then you start to get a sneaky suspicion like there's a real famous person out there named that that you forgot about, and that's why the name sounded so good. So I looked on Wikipedia, and there's no page for any Whitney Fairfax there, and I figure if you're not big enough to have a Wikipedia page, you're not big enough for it to look like I made an unintentional reference.

Tuesday, Tuesday, come back Tuesday, et cetera.


Reply The_Hankerchief, April 5th, 2013, 2:18 pm

Fact: Whitney Fairfax is George Lucas.

Reply mitchellbravo, April 5th, 2013, 8:51 pm

@The_Hankerchief: Oh. Oh my god. That's perfect.

Reply Oly-RRR, July 26th, 2014, 5:08 pm

I dunno which scenario worries me more - Whitney Fairfax being one of those annoying relatives who remember your birthday but are not sure if you're turning 6 or 16 or someone Cecilia's parents see as a possible future son-in-law (and in certain communities one option doesn't exclude the other). D:

Speaking of names - names of my characters tend to be either on the funny side or completely ordinary but I still stumble on real people with similar names sometimes and decided to just stop worrying about it. :P

Reply mitchellbravo, July 26th, 2014, 7:49 pm

@Oly-RRR: Hehehe I see you guessed it correctly on the next page :P Your parenthetical clause there made me laugh- poor Cecilia!!

I sometimes run a quick Google to make sure it's not the name of some serial killer I've forgotten about or something like that- or even just a better known fictional character, which almost happened a few times with characters that haven't been introduced yet. If the name sounds too perfect, I get suspicious :P

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