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Chucky
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He spilled the proverbial hops.

Told ya she'd be in one of his classes.
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by Chucky
Jeez, thanks Adam!
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Jeez, thanks Adam!
Told ya she'd be in one of his classes.
Panel #3 is the first scene with Chucky's gang. Adam, Chucky, Dave, and Kitchy the weasel will be main characters from here on. Lots of adventures to come.

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Type: Comic
Published: 8 years ago
Rating: General

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BorderWalker
8 years ago
Yay for frenchies. Or at least quebecians :p
Chucky
8 years ago
Affirmative. The fun part is, in their world, Quebec is its own country.
MrInitialMan
3 years, 2 months ago
They've been wailing to make that a reality for years.
Chucky
3 years, 2 months ago
Pretty much since Canada's formation right?
MrInitialMan
3 years, 2 months ago
Yep.  Quebec: The crybaby of the provinces.
llMaelstromll
10 months, 3 weeks ago
I don't think thats quite accurate, tbh some people do have problems while others are open-minded towards Canada as a whole but living here all I can say is every other part of the country is so different to Quebec that the rest of Canada doesn't feel like the same country at all. Ottowa is the bridge between Montreal and Toronto so if you stop there before going to either of the other cities there's a transitio. Driving from Montreal to Toronto or vice-versa is like going from Paris to Berlin, its a cultural shock :P
Chucky
10 months, 3 weeks ago
When I lived in New Hampshire, my girlfriend and I drove into Quebec. We spent a day in Montreal and another in Quebec City. I thought both were neat places.
llMaelstromll
10 months, 3 weeks ago
can confirm, only issue is that people don't speak like actual french folks when they try to speak english. Could fix it if you want :3
Chucky
10 months, 3 weeks ago
Nah, I enjoy the uberstereotype, even if it's way off.
llMaelstromll
10 months ago
lolI admit its pretty funny too xD
PenelopePossum
8 years ago
Love the idea that you would be the most popular in the dorms if you had the source ofree alcohol!!.

Yours R.o.P.
Chucky
8 years ago
Probably wouldn't get a moment's peace.
CLCoon
8 years ago
gettin more and more better, keep at it. =3
phunkiezero
8 years ago
I love how this is comeing out :D
Keeping it realistic <3
MooseJam
8 years ago
Hahahahaha!  Everybody is looking at Chucky like lions looking at prime cuts of meat.  XD
Chucky
8 years ago
He's the prime source.
yssupnikcid
7 years, 5 months ago
Ah man, when they get to drink his shit, they gonna be smashed and puking. Lol..
Sylex
6 years, 9 months ago
Few words and a supporting character more

*faves*
MDarrock
5 years, 2 months ago
Two things:  1) That's more of a France french accent  2) 99% of Quebecers will go for a beer over wine any time.
Chucky
5 years, 2 months ago
So I've been told. But then Kitchy has his own, "look how sophisticated I am" thing going too.
MDarrock
5 years, 2 months ago
He sure does... BTW, don't hesitate for advice in french translation. Just put Chucky in the headline at Matt_darrock@hotmail.fr. Only catch, keep up the good work...
Chucky
5 years, 2 months ago
Hey thanks. I'll certainly be doing more of it. French French or Canadian French? I know there are some subtle and not so subtle differences.
MviluUatusun
2 months, 1 week ago
Quebec French vs. Paris French is like American English and British English.  They sound alike but they ain't the same.  LOL.
Chucky
2 months, 1 week ago
I'd probably only be able to tell the difference if I really looked at them written next to each other.
MviluUatusun
2 months, 1 week ago
The most noticeable differences would be Cajun French and Paris French.  Too much English influence on Cajun French.  LOL.
MDarrock
5 years, 2 months ago
Quebecois french. I'm in Montreal myself and really loving chucky and the gang. I even read the whole thing in a week and can't wait to see what happens next.
Chucky
5 years, 2 months ago
Ah perfect, thanks!
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