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Tina's story chapter 9 page 9 art by Zenia
Tina's story chapter 9 page 11 art by Zenia
Ray confesses that his family may have issues with Tina, but not what you might think.

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Published: 5 years ago
Rating: General

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DELETEDDyingBlackHeart
5 years ago
the beginning of then end LOL
graymuzzle
5 years ago
SHIT! The next ninety one chapters are REALLY gonna drag........
WonderfullyG
5 years ago
there is gonna be 100?! O.O
graymuzzle
5 years ago
Yes. The story on which the comic is based ran one hundred chapters, over five hundred pages.
neo4812
2 years, 6 months ago
damn dude 500 pages?!
graymuzzle
2 years, 6 months ago
Yes. The chapters are 3 1/2-10+ pages, so yeah, there's a bunch more to go. And that's only Tina I- there's a sequel with 20 chapters in the book already.
neo4812
2 years, 6 months ago
awesome
DragonPen
5 years ago
watch what you say bro.
graymuzzle
5 years ago
(knocks wood)
xskullstomperx
5 years ago
XD jewish....reeeeeally jewish!
graymuzzle
5 years ago
You know what he means, then.....
Khzhak
5 years ago
Oy vey, it's bad enough she's literally a dog, but that she's a goy, that's the unforgivable one.  they can learn to love a dog, but her religion, they'll get all ferkakte.

Yes, I'm Jewish.  I know exactly his dilemma.
graymuzzle
5 years ago
Worse. She's Roman Catholic. Worse than a bacon Cheeseburger in the Mercedes.
Khzhak
5 years ago
oy, god forbid.  a bacon cheeseburger can be washed out, but roman catholic?  that stench never fades.

in all seriousness though, the more likely response to that is 'feh, christ worshippers all alike, there's a difference?'
graymuzzle
5 years ago
Well, the difference is that a staunch Roman Catholic is about as set in his/her ways as a devout Jew. And just about as flexible, We're talking rules set down THOUSANDS of years ago in either case.....
Khzhak
5 years ago
almost three times as many thousands for the jew, but yeah, I could see that.

this year is 5773.
graymuzzle
5 years ago
A long time, at any rate.
NeksusCat
5 years ago
Oh lol! XD
Living in Israel taught me, that it IS an issue for some families here! :3
Actually, in more ortodoksal families, the childrens even can't choose a partner for themselves. Only parents could find someone for their kid, via the person who's work is to make a search for compatible pairs.
In less religious families this is not THAT big trouble for their child to find the love of person from other religion. But basicaly, they'd preffer that this person would take their religious sight, which may settle the trouble.
graymuzzle
5 years ago
I live in the NY metro, where conflicts between Judaism and the other tribes that inhabit the city erupt from time to time. Not to worry; they'll get through. But not before much hilarity and a certain amount of discomfort ensue.....
NeksusCat
5 years ago
You live IN the Metro?! O_o
PrysmTKitsune
5 years ago
new york metropolitan area is what thats short for dude, he doesnt mean he lives in the subway...hes not a ninja turtle
NeksusCat
5 years ago
The heck i know! XD In Moscow - the whole city is a metropoliten zone! So to me, when someone say he live in metro, then he live in Metro! :3 I've never been in NY.
graymuzzle
5 years ago
In NU YAWK, it's da subway, not the Metro. This ain't California or Montreal.......
NeksusCat
5 years ago
As i've said, i didn't knew. I never was in America at all! :3
graymuzzle
5 years ago
Where are you?
NeksusCat
5 years ago
I'm a russian kitty, that lives in Israel! :p
graymuzzle
5 years ago
I've got clients who are Russians, living in Israel.
NeksusCat
5 years ago
Sounds neat~ :3 Too bad i can't question you for their personal information! X3
graymuzzle
5 years ago
Sadly, true. One of my favorite parts of what I do is that I get to find out all sorts of stuff about the lives of other people; their cultures, their work.......and, uh.....other stuff.
NeksusCat
5 years ago
Well, at least you interested! :3 Most peoples don't care about those things, in our time and age..
graymuzzle
5 years ago
How can you NOT be? It's so interesting.
NeksusCat
5 years ago
Who told you, that i'm not? :3 It's just, i'm not making it into something big, like hobby! x3
graymuzzle
5 years ago
That was meant to mean how can ANYONE not be? You strike me as someone who would be.
NeksusCat
5 years ago
That was meant to mean, ''Why do you think, that i'm not interested?''
'cuz i am! :3
LatinoOso1965
5 years ago
Bro i live in DA Bronx for 10 years left and no i hate the Yankees Im a Met's fan forever now i live in Alabama hate the Braves still a Met's fan and a Jets and Giants fan lived in NYC all my life was married till i left NYC been in Alabama close to 8 years now
graymuzzle
5 years ago
YAT, NY teams!
I spent ten years living in Louisiana.
Coop
5 years ago
Tina cold?
graymuzzle
5 years ago
Not in a wool nightshirt and a fire in the fireplace when it's still Summer. And she has a drink.
Coop
5 years ago
Sticky out nips
graymuzzle
5 years ago
Cool, eh?
Coop
5 years ago
Yus
wesatticas
5 years ago
This gets me verkempt.
graymuzzle
5 years ago
Now I'M Verkempt.
So, I'll pick a topic:
Tina's story is an allegory for various aspects of urban contemporary life. Discuss.........
wesatticas
5 years ago
There.  I feel betteh.
graymuzzle
5 years ago
Brings you a Dr. Brown's and a knish.
wesatticas
5 years ago
Hoo-ray for Cel-Ray!
graymuzzle
5 years ago
Unless you prefer Crème......
wesatticas
5 years ago
Nope!  Cel-ray is the preferred beverage for this reference!
graymuzzle
5 years ago
One of the toughest parts of being in the South was that there were no Deli's anywhere. At Holidays, we'd bring a couple dozen bagels home and freeze them.
wesatticas
5 years ago
That's where I am from.  I have to say that I have never been to a bona-fide NY style Deli.
LordChaos
5 years ago
I grew up CT.  We had a Gold's Deli.  Made the best sandwiches and whole Kosher dills.  I also had a friend who's father worked in a Polish meat packing plant.  Real Polish Kielbasa.  "Drools".  Now I have to find something to eat.
graymuzzle
5 years ago
I've been there! Westport, on the Post Road! Great tuna salad! Likely the best real Jewish Deli this side of NYC.
wesatticas
5 years ago
I want a genuine pastrami sandwich...
graymuzzle
5 years ago
Mrs. Muzzle is a real pastrami fan. She claims that the best pastrami can be found at Stew Leonard's Supermarket. I'll take her at her word. She gives a mere 'OK' to the pastrami at Subway and Yonkers Raceway Deli. I'm sure Gold's in Westport can make you a great one. I've even been to the fabled Broadway Deli in NYC, but, as usual I had the tuna salad.
wesatticas
5 years ago
::hugs::  I really appreciate that.
SpaceShipEarth
5 years ago
And so the plot thickens
graymuzzle
5 years ago
Indeed.
SpaceShipEarth
5 years ago
I know right
graymuzzle
5 years ago
I can't wait for folks to see the rest of this chapter....:-)
SpaceShipEarth
5 years ago
Neither can I
rikimaruaxu
5 years ago
BAHAHAH XD Cause your not jewish... Wow... Sorry.
EtherSaga
5 years ago
Turbo Jews.
eliteshyguy
5 years ago
i hope this doesn't ruin there love life seeing ray is Jewish.
graymuzzle
5 years ago
We'll have to see.......I predict that love will prevail.
eliteshyguy
5 years ago
i hope.
Sissyliana
5 years ago
h-huh.... didnt see this coming.
graymuzzle
5 years ago
Can't be too predictable.....
Bubbaclaw
5 years ago
I've never understood the whole, "He/she isn't our religion so you can't marry him/her." It's always struck me as stupid.
Khzhak
5 years ago
me too.  it's low on my list of priorities.  then again, maybe that would explain my low success rate with women.  then again (again), I've got a strict policy against gold diggers.  and not to play to stereotypes, but that mostly rules out other jews.
DanteRageWolfington
5 years ago
LMAO at that last part x3
graymuzzle
5 years ago
Well, that depends........
Here in the Northeast, there aren't a lot of religious zealots. It's not like when I lived down in the Bible Belt. But, there ARE exceptions. There are many fundamentalist Judaic sects. Religion is a big deal to many traditional Islamic families. And there are still a TON of traditional Irish and Italian families, for whom any deviation from the Catholic Church is unthinkable.
Bubbaclaw
5 years ago
" graymuzzle wrote:
Well, that depends........
Here in the Northeast, there aren't a lot of religious zealots. It's not like when I lived down in the Bible Belt. But, there ARE exceptions. There are many fundamentalist Judaic sects. Religion is a big deal to many traditional Islamic families. And there are still a TON of traditional Irish and Italian families, for whom any deviation from the Catholic Church is unthinkable.

My point exactly GM.
lock444
5 years ago
Parents are weird like that. If mine knew that my religious views wernt the same as theirs were they would kick me out of the family XP
graymuzzle
5 years ago
I was brought up attending church. I was Baptized a Lutheran, Confirmed in the Church of Christ, and I became an Episcopalian. At different times, I've attended the Catholic and Methodist churches. Today, Mrs Muzzle and I are non religious Christians. Our grandkids are fundamentalist Christians. My brother and his family are Roman Catholic.
Go figure.....
lock444
5 years ago
nothing wrong with any of that. its just a shame some people will shun you for being different. i feel for ray.
chaosblackwing
5 years ago
Well she seems to have taken the 'furry' bit in stride, though is understandably confused as to the 'parents won't like you because you're not jewish' bit. Some people's priorities...
graymuzzle
5 years ago
Where I grew up, my neighborhood was largely Jewish. Back then, it was just understood that Jewish girls didn't date outside their religion.
Chucky
5 years ago
I would say, "Funny, he doesn't look Jewish." buuuut. My grandparents on my mom's side were Jewish immigrants from Europe, they were like this toward the guys she dated.
graymuzzle
5 years ago
In the old country, a BIG deal.
 In certain communities, STILL a big deal.
Xial
5 years ago
Panel 3?

Called it.

I also chuckled. :)
graymuzzle
5 years ago
I'm glad; having fun is what 'Tina' is about.
LordChaos
5 years ago
One thing I never had to do was tell my folks that I was a Celtic pagan.
graymuzzle
5 years ago
Was it the 'Celtic' or the 'Pagan' part that was the issue?
LordChaos
5 years ago
A little bit of both.  I never hid that I wasn't a Christian.  I think they just overlooked the fact that I wore a pentagram necklace.  That and the altar I had set up.  They probably thought it was a table with some odd collection of junk.
graymuzzle
5 years ago
That's what folks think when they see the Dio de los muertes' shrine I have......
PrysmTKitsune
5 years ago
so your a druid then?
LordChaos
5 years ago
Depends on what you mean by Druid.  Not Julius Caesar's version.  Sorry, no burning man festivals.  More like as portrayed in the BBC's 1983 Robin of Sherwood.
PrysmTKitsune
5 years ago
i mean the pacifist nature worshiping sect that christian or catholic zelots almost wiped out several centuries ago.
LordChaos
5 years ago
Pretty much.  Though don't ask me to do the Celtic bard part of it.  I know some who have gone that route.
graymuzzle
5 years ago
What I don't understand is why Boston's basketball team is the "sell-Ticks"
Splashmandx
5 years ago
Oy vay, a situation where a family doesn't care if she has a tail... but of her religion... can't wait to see this
graymuzzle
5 years ago
You won't be disappointed.
becausewynaut
5 years ago
I never thought I'd be laughing as hard as I was about a somewhat drunk guy saying,
"They're JEWISH! Like, really, really Jewish!"
krazylegz624
5 years ago
*BUM BUM BUUUUUUUUUUUUM!*
nekosanofthesouth
5 years ago
I remember this in 25 questions. . .oh I can't wait for whats next. . .
ruink
5 years ago
better to be jewish than catholic?
graymuzzle
5 years ago
Depends; if I were a thirteen year old boy, I'd go with 'Jewish'.
Slyfoxx
5 years ago
Watt a twist.

Not really but still a good plot for a conflict in a way.
Nvm mind I forgot watt I was talking about anyway goods job keep up the work and all that stuff that you hear all the time.
graymuzzle
5 years ago
Thanks!
mobkiller
5 years ago
And that´s why religion sucks.
graymuzzle
5 years ago
It gives us something to talk about.....
ichaerus
5 years ago
funny he doesn
t look drewish....
Slyfoxx
5 years ago
I don't know why but when I read Tina's line I imagin her sounding like the girl who sings party in the USA.
graymuzzle
5 years ago
Who knows? I think 'Party in the USA' sounds more like something K.C. would sing standing on a bar table, drunk.
Coldstone10
5 years ago
Well, officially I'm protestant... But in reality, I think what someone believes in is not a big deal, we are all humans in the end.
It is of no importance imo if someone worships Buddha, God or Odin..... In the end we will be all equal at the day we die.
I simply can't understand how some people can fight complete wars in the name of religion........ Guess the old polish saying upholds some truth. quote: Wars are caused by women or priests! quote end.
graymuzzle
5 years ago
LOL! I'd agree, but then I'd get a whack on the head from Mrs. Muzzle.
ElfenSciuridae
5 years ago
I would love to see how this ends!
graymuzzle
5 years ago
Well, you can! Either.....
1. Follow the comic to the end
               OR
2. Go to www.sofurry.com/gray_muzzle where you will find a "Tina's story" folder in my 'stories' section, where the ENTIRE hundred chapters can found- in story format, of course!
ElfenSciuridae
5 years ago
Ooo... Shiny!

I'll do both. But Time is a vicious mistress.

Love the style, BTW.
graymuzzle
5 years ago
Glad that you enjoy. You may still want to read the chapter along with the chapter the comic is doing. There's a lost lost to the comic transition.
Slyfoxx
5 years ago
So you written the story but ur just turning it into a comic?
graymuzzle
5 years ago
Yes. I finished "Tina's story" or 'Tina 1' several years ago. I'm like nineteen chapters into 'Tina II', which picks up five years after "Tina1" ends. The comic began around 14 months ago when Zenia and I began this comic.
ElfenSciuridae
5 years ago
I'll take your advise to heart here. Just too damn busy with life's problems; but I'm winning! When I get the time I will do so.
graymuzzle
5 years ago
Good luck facing those problems. At least I hope you stay a step or two ahead of them.....
Slyfoxx
5 years ago
Cool looking forward too it
graymuzzle
5 years ago
:-)
Evret
4 years, 6 months ago
lol dat expression
graymuzzle
4 years, 6 months ago
Zenia has done SO many fabulous expressions....
Evret
4 years, 6 months ago
I know! awesome work!
Tenkage
3 years, 10 months ago
Ok that right there made me laugh, its not that she is a dog...its because she isn't Jewish....ok now thats funny
graymuzzle
3 years, 10 months ago
Laughs are always good.....
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