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by Chucky
Priorities versus temptation
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Priorities versus temptation
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Isn't Vincent cute? This isn't his first appearance. He first appears on page 67 in the crowd. Look in the upper left, he's sitting in front of Parsippany.

https://inkbunny.net/submissionview.php?id=119391

Page 79, last panel on the right. He's walking away.
https://inkbunny.net/submissionview.php?id=120257

Page 196, third row, last panel in the background.
https://inkbunny.net/submissionview.php?id=901364

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Type: Comic
Published: 2 years ago
Rating: General

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dracosson
2 years ago
Yay bunny vending machine kick XD I've done that plenty.

So many characters in the universe
Chucky
2 years ago
It just fits his personality so well.
dracosson
2 years ago
Well here's to some fun gaming :D
Snowfirechakat
2 years ago
hehe it's a small world in the dorm's
Chucky
2 years ago
It's like its own little city.
Snowfirechakat
2 years ago
hehe yeah
jorun1981
2 years ago
Yeah give that machine some kicks. Really like that bunny guy. He is cute.
nelson88
2 years ago
Great memories and a great comic!^^
DraculJOSHI
2 years ago
wait... they go to the same class and need to introduce themselves? the fuck?
Chucky
2 years ago
It's possible not to know everyone in your class.
DraculJOSHI
2 years ago
no it's not.

First day, everybody introduces themselves.

or are you Americans so asocial, that you don't even do that?
ScottyKat
2 years ago
People do introduce themselves but not everyone is either paying attention or focused on that. School kinda takes your focus.?also not sure what country you are in. But classes can be big here. And not everyone is good with names. (me included lol) its not about anti social, its about "heres a new guy now quiet and get to work"

Its not like japan were everyone has to be in school clubs and class presidents loom over everyone.
DraculJOSHI
2 years ago
Switzerland.

and it's anywhere between 18 and 30 as to class sizes.

also, that's what the first week is spend on... not just a couple of minutes...

you must be comatose if you do not listen to at least the most basest of informations... such as, what people like or what their dreams are and such.

"here's a new guy now quiet and get to work" ist absolutely anti-social... like... the fuck is wrong with that teacher?
ScottyKat
2 years ago
depends on what the teachers are alloud to do. its pretty restricted. and we dont spend a week on social time.
DraculJOSHI
2 years ago
and that's the problem right there.
ScottyKat
2 years ago
different school system
mchollis89
2 years ago
Unless I'm wrong, This is effectively a college, and down here, unless we had to, we could get through the whole year w/o knowing anyone from your class- the fact that each class is effectively two parts over the two semesters and you could end up in a whole other class in the middle of the school year doesn't help.
Khzhak
2 years ago
I count forty-two individuals seated in that first linked picture.  Everyone stands up, says their name, and ten seconds of other stuff, then nothing until this far into the year?  I suppose you know the memory tricks to remember everybody's name forever and never forget them.  Some of us are bad with names.  And that's a lot of people.
DraculJOSHI
2 years ago
nope, I am actually really bad with names... but there's more to people than just their names.

also, ten seconds? try 5 minutes.

like... oh, you're that guy who really like videogames and decided to try to become a pilot because you really liked Pilotwings and that flight simulator, right? What was you're name again?
Chucky
2 years ago
Wow, you counted everyone in my class drawing? Awesome!

I based their physics teacher, Dr. Vanguard, off a physics teacher I had in college. He was all business, there were no stand-up introductions in his class.
DoggyStyle57
2 years ago
Depends a lot on the class, and the size of the class. I've been in plenty of college-level classes where no one was asked to introduce themselves, or where it consisted solely of the teacher calling the attendance roll once, and people acknowledging that their name had been called. In many classes, the teacher does not check attendance at all. If you fail to show up for what you're paying for, it's your loss and your problem. In a class with 50+ people in it, I'd count myself lucky to really know more than the dozen or so who sat close to me or got assigned to work on projects with me.
DraculJOSHI
2 years ago
that class size is way too big, no way can anybody actually teach like that.

you might as well read the books by yourself.
DoggyStyle57
2 years ago
Unfortunately, the typical US college class size is between 40 and 250 people. I've even heard of larger class sizes. The big classes get taught in auditoriums, with projection screens so the people in the back can see what the teacher is writing on the whiteboard or presenting via the computer. You don't get a lot of one-on-one teaching time from your instructor. If you're lucky, the teacher has several assistants, usually more advanced students, who are available for questions and the one-on-one stuff. I'll certainly agree that the smaller classes are much better, but our system is different than many European schools.
Teko
2 years ago
Most of my seminar classes in college had 100-200 people in huge lecture halls. We didn't introduce ourselves, we just listened to the lectures and took notes. Smaller classes in your major, sure -- it was the same 30 people for five years, pretty much 24/7. Otherwise sure, you were always running into people that you knew from a lecture course but didn't know personally.
DraculJOSHI
2 years ago
you may as well save the expenses for teachers, if they may as well be replaced by a tape recorder.
Teko
2 years ago
It depends on the teacher, doesn't it? I'm not able to ask questions of a tape recorder, nor can a tape recorder engage students in a dynamic way. I've had terrible teachers who may as well have just handed us a book to read. But others were great, whether they were teaching 20 students or 200. Don't assume that class size prevents people from learning.
Chucky
2 years ago
We may have done that in primary school, but not in college. In college we were treated like adults. If we wanted to know our classmates and make friends, it was up to us to do it ourselves. For shy and quiet people like myself, it was normal not to know most of our class. We just didn't bother with introductions unless we needed to. Of course the more outgoing folks introduced themselves all around because it was part of their personalities. It's just the way it was.
DraculJOSHI
2 years ago
we introduce ourselves even in higher education. (I am talking job education and FH) It improves the learning environment immensely.
It shows that everybody in class has the same goal and takes it seriously, but also each persons individuality. It makes it easier to get along with the others, particularly if you are an introverted person and it's important to not only learn knowledge, but also its social implications.
Chucky
2 years ago
Did the school facilitate or lead these introductions, or was it something that you and your classmates took upon yourselves to do? If you took it upon yourselves to do it, then congratulations on being proactive. If your school facilitated it, then that's just a difference between your schools and the ones I went to.

I'm not denying the value of everyone introducing themselves, but not everyone does it. As an introvert like Chucky and Vincent above, I certainly did not introduce myself to people when I was younger, unless the right opportunity presented itself like the scene on this page. I always found introductions for introductions' sake stressful and awkward. A mandatory chance for one to embarrass themselves.
DraculJOSHI
2 years ago
Usually the teacher starts by telling everybody, that they are going to introduce themselves and then starts with himself, what his name is, what he likes doing, why he likes teaching and what the pupils can expect throughout the year in terms of working methods. (such as, take notes on your laptops, raise hands when you have a question and times after class the teacher is available for help with homework, if somebody just can't get their head around a particular subject while in class. Since homework only becomes useful practice, if you know what you're doing.)

And then everybody does the same, either by alphabetic or sitting order.

Nobody needs to be embarrassed for who they are. Why would they? Bullying and mobbing does exist here, but it's very different, because bullies get into serious trouble if they go too far. Particularly because there's always a teacher closeby you can tell to what happened and that will help you as well as he can.
Chucky
2 years ago
Our teachers did that as well, but around the class introductions were rare. I'm not saying it didn't happen, but don't remember doing it(20 years ago for me). Group introductions is more the type of thing that happens in smaller professional settings like job training and orientation. I actually did do this on page 30 and 31,

https://inkbunny.net/submissionview.php?id=114869
https://inkbunny.net/submissionview.php?id=115848

Introductions were orchestrated during college orientation in a small group by an orientation leader. But as far as classes go, it was all business and the classes were usually quite large. I got to know more and more of my classmates as time went on, especially the ones in my core classes because we'd all have the same classes together. Again, I'm giving you this from an introvert's point of view and experience. A real extrovert may have seen it in a different way. And you're right, no one NEEDS to be embarrassed about who they are, but that doesn't mean we're not. It's a self-preservation feeling we get that can't just be switched off.

So anyway, all of this aside. Different systems. I'm mirroring my own experiences in this comic. Chucky and his fellow students are considered adults. There is no paw-holding by faculty and staff when it comes to socializing and making friends. That's completely up to the individual to figure out.
ThaPig
2 years ago
The only place where people are supposed to introduce themselves to the rest of the group on day one is Alcoholic Anonymous.
DraculJOSHI
2 years ago
nope.

only in 'murrica
Teko
2 years ago
Incorrect. American schools are excellent. Please don't assume that because it's not what you're used to that it's bad, or that because I didn't know the name of the guy four rows up from me that everyone in America is antisocial and therefore bad.
DraculJOSHI
2 years ago
you got to be kidding me.

American schools aren't excellent... in fact, from Europe's perspective, educations from America are always seen as several steps below the same one from here.

Particularly in Germany, France and here in Switzerland, where education levels are particularly high.

and it's not just Europe... India and Japan are also WAY above that... in fact, they are the two most educated countries worldwide.

Read again what I said, dumbass.
I said the way your education system acts is anti-social, not the students in it.
I also said you may as well save the effort for teachers if they don't do any real teaching.
Teko
2 years ago
I disagree with everything you're saying. My experience is different than yours

Thank you for your opinion.

Do not call me names. That's rude.
DraculJOSHI
2 years ago
Do not claim that I said things I didn't, that's way more rude than any name I may call you.

Also, it was meant to be rude.

P.S.: Do your experiences disagree, or does your sense of harboured and cultivated American exceptionalism?
Dgtdgt
2 years ago
Being less personable and not as good does not make something bad, it just makes it less good. And why do you feel the need to be an ass when the two of you were having a proper discussion? That just sends the message that your "better" education also turns you into an ass.
DraculJOSHI
2 years ago
because I am currently in a rotten mood and don't want a proper discussion with somebody who isn't even listening properly.

but I do agree with you.
Teko
2 years ago
I did not make any claims on your speech, but feel free to imagine that I've offended you in order to call me names and be rude.

I'm sorry for your terrible mood, but taking it out on people for no reason is a terrible way to behave on Inkbunny.
DraculJOSHI
2 years ago
oh, really?

" Please don't assume that because it's not what you're used to that it's bad, or that because I didn't know the name of the guy four rows up from me that everyone in America is antisocial and therefore bad.


For the first part... I didn't assume it to be bad, because it was not what I am used to, but because of the obvious lack of a social learning environment and later, because of the lack of actual teaching going on.

As for the second part, I was always referring to the system, not the people in it. You're very much interpreting into what I said, what you want that I say, so you can simply dismiss it.

A typical American behaviour, by my experience.
ThaPig
2 years ago
Who told you I went to school in America?
DraculJOSHI
2 years ago
nobody, it was an assumption based on your comment and probability.
ThaPig
2 years ago
How about you take your "rotten mood" and go somewhere else to insult random people and their nationalities and leave this space for the discussion of the comic? I'm sure there are many forums all over the internet where you can have "my country's school system is better than yours" pissing contests.
Chucky
2 years ago
THIS^^^  XD
DraculJOSHI
2 years ago
to be fair, I did not start this discussion intentionally, I merely expressed my surprise at the apparent lack of social interaction wherever this class-structure exists and I know for a fact, that
Chucky
Chucky
lives in the U.S.A

And the majority of Americans REALLY have a bad reputation everywhere in Europe, because of the whole warmongering, the backdoor economic treatieses that don't benefit the general population, the frequent attempts by American businesses to skirt health and other regulations they don't agree with and the laughing stock of American republican presidents over the last century... crowned by Trumps nomination.

Also, why does A is better than B automatically mean it's a pissing contest? That's how science and progress work, by improving things by turning them into or replacing them with something better.
Disregarding everything that is better or thinking, that what you got is the best is exactly the issue with the U.S. of ASS. As you are called around here.
ThaPig
2 years ago
Obviously your superior education system didn't include things like good manners and respect for people from other cultures. Which makes your remarks hilariously hypocritical.
oddwilds
2 years ago
why dont you go riot at a football game with the rest of your highly educated and cultured people lmfao
DraculJOSHI
2 years ago
because I don't go to football games... I don't like football... it's too primitive for my taste.

still better than American football though... that's outright barbaric.

also, I don't drink.
GreenReaper
2 years ago
It would have been fair to have a reasoned debate about the merits of structured student social engagement in education. Which happened, to an extent, in the thread above this. What you are being criticised for is disparaging and obnoxious language towards groups of people.

It is unnecessary to call Americans asocial, dumbasses, or their country "the U.S. of ASS". Doing this - and going on to casually criticise other unrelated aspects of American culture - undermines any validity of your argument about the relative merits of your education system.

It also places you at risk of being blocked by those whose art you appreciate, because few artists wish their fans to meet with obnoxious commentary in the comments. So don't do it.
MobianBirb
2 years ago
What an adorable fox X3
Coop
2 years ago
Wb kev.  Missed you
Chucky
2 years ago
He's happy to be back. You'll get your dose of Kev over the next few pages.
Coop
2 years ago
think i once said my brain gave him busters voice and chucky arthurs voice
ScottyKat
2 years ago
Ahh new pals. Always good
Tampa
2 years ago
Yay a new page!
Tycloud
2 years ago
Yay! A foxy fluff!
Draggy94123
2 years ago
Love this comic a lot
graymuzzle
2 years ago
But Parsippany is in New Jersey.........
Chucky
2 years ago
Ha ha ha! That's what she's named after actually! I was driving through New Jersey for....whatever reason and I saw a town called "Parsippany". Instantly in my furry head I thought, "Well if that ain't the name of a small female mouse then I don't know what is!"
graymuzzle
2 years ago
I'm just glad you weren't driving through Secaucus...........
Chucky
2 years ago
I've stayed in Secaucus many times. Whenever I flew into Teterboro, they'd get us a hotel in Secaucus.
graymuzzle
2 years ago
Not exactly the scenic centerpiece of the Garden State.......
Chucky
2 years ago
Honestly, that whole area is really beautiful from aloft. Such a combination of city, trees, industry, rivers. It's like looking at an extremely intricate railroad set that someone's constructed.
graymuzzle
2 years ago
my '93 Mazda looks good at 5,000 feet........
Chucky
2 years ago
XD
ruink
2 years ago
that last ref of him is barely visible.  still, nice to see you still care about your characters
Chucky
2 years ago
It was just meant to be a background presence. If I did him in detail, it would have cluttered the picture and pulled attention away from the foreground characters.
KevinSnowpaw
2 years ago
I honestly MUST admit i STARTED reading thise becouse I thought your art was cute I liked the way your charicters looked..


now im reading it becouse I give a damn! I really like these guys
Chucky
2 years ago
Wow, those are like, the BEST reasons to enjoy a comic! Pretty much the reasons I follow other comics. I'm glad I can make something this enjoyable.
KevinSnowpaw
2 years ago
yeah im really into chucky and even mary now XD the others are really starting to grow on me to ;3 I still intend to give chucky an In character hug or something some day XD
gesshoku
2 years ago
It was nice of Chucky to bring some beers to the hang out session
Chucky
2 years ago
The bringer of the beers be praised!
KNIFE
2 years ago
Another bunny named Kevin. Love it!
Now I can Imagine Kevin Snowpaw learning to fly and kicking vending machines. :D
Also yes indeed WB Vincent. You might be just what Chucky needs to get him through tough classes. :D
Chucky
2 years ago
Oh I have a feeling Kevin Snowpaw is a lot move mature and even tempered than Kev. Kev is based off a guy I knew named Kevin.
emothebunny
2 years ago
yay it only took me thinking this comic was dead on vlc and randomly finding it 3 years later to finish it
Chucky
2 years ago
Holy shit man. Well I'm glad to have you here.
skunktronix
2 years ago
Oh Kev, don't you know it's a bad idea to scare a skunk? ;)
Chucky
2 years ago
At least he's on the front end.
drivernjax
2 years ago
I think Kev needs to lay off the coffee a bit, well, at least try the de-caf.  Wow!  What weird looking eyes he has.  I'd be afraid to be alone with him for more than say, oh, .01 seconds.  LOL.  Oh, and wouldn't having a lisp be a hindrance to a pilot?  Just a thought.
Chucky
2 years ago
Kev is based off a guy I knew who was training to be a pilot, so your thoughts are exactly what mine were when I met him.

I hope I didn't make his eyes too freaky. They're just supposed to be....big and blue.
drivernjax
2 years ago
I wouldn't say his eyes are freaky, it's like I said, they look like he needs to switch to decaf.  LOL.  BTW, is he supposed to be a southerner?  Being from south Georgia, I recognize, and understand, everything he says.  I also knew someone with a mild lisp so I can understand Kev's lisp, too.  LOL.
Chucky
2 years ago
It's supposed to be the New England accent with a lisp. Whenever I write Kev I just imagine this guy talking and write it just as he would sound, and maybe slightly exaggerated.
drivernjax
2 years ago
Oh, okay.  I thought southern because I, being from south Georgia, know quite a few southerners who pronounce the words that Kev says pretty close to the way you wrote them.  One big difference is for.  You wrote fuh and we down south pronounce it fo-uh.  LOL.  We also have a bad habit of changing ah at the end of a word into er and er at the end of a word into ah.  Weird, ain't it?  LOL.
Chucky
2 years ago
I can see there being those similarities. Maybe it has to do with how English evolved in colonial times and early US history. I say that because the strongest accents seem to occur in the coastal states of the East Coast, the oldest parts of the country.

The 'er' and 'ah' thing is really funny, it's a New England thing too. It's especially used when one world ends with a vowel and the next begins with one. LaGuardia Airport is pronounced LaGuahdier Airport. The speech flows easier without the required break between the two short 'A' sounds, but it's so freakin' wrong!
drivernjax
2 years ago
It's funny.  About half an hour from where I live is a city by the name of Nahunta.  Supposedly, a man named N. A. Hunter owned a warehouse near the railroad that ran through the community.  When the conductor announced the train was arriving there, he would should "Nahunta!"  About half an hour further up the highway from Nahunta is a city by the name of Alma but the locals pronounce the city, Almer.  We south Georgians have one of the most unique languages I've ever run into.  LOL.
Chucky
2 years ago
I like the origin of Nahunta. There's a story like that about a place in one of the Redwall book series. There is a church called Saint Ninian's. But the story of the name is that someone named Ninian was trying to claim ownership of it and his wife had to tell everyone that 'This Ain't Ninian's', thus it got the name Saint Ninian's over the years. Anyway, cute story I thought.
drivernjax
2 years ago
Works for me.  LOL.
cantebury
2 years ago
Love at first sight 8D~!
Zeebs
2 years ago
Vincent is cute, but for some reason something about him says "I like dick" to me.
Don't know why, just does. He comes off a little twink-ish to me.
Chucky
2 years ago
LOL. Probably because I made him as much of a cute little boy fox as I could.
Zeebs
2 years ago
Well, good job cause he's super adorable. ^^
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