Daiginjo Grade [Comic]

October 30, 2013

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Daiginjo Grade [Comic]
Posted October 30, 2013 at 12:00 am
I actually don't know too much about the different grades of sake, but it's one of the few alcohols I'll ever drink. I have a friend who is way into it and can tell the difference between the grades, probably because he's the one buying the stuff.  I tend to like the milky, unfiltered ones.  But I'll generally try any sake.

I don't drink ever so I haven't developed a proper sake palette.  And I usually wash it down with lots of water and Coke.  Because I'm super lame.  But yes, if you wanna get my drunk, sake is my drink.  Also note, me being drunk is me falling asleep with red cheeks.

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MOUSE OVER



Sake soothes the soul. Aaaaand I ran out of s words.

PANEL 1

Bodie regards the sake bottle.

BODIE



Whoa, this is sake? It's so smooth.

JULIE



Daiginjo grade, so it's like top shelf whiskey.

PANEL 2

Bodie frowns at his cup.

BODIE



Oh, man. Now I'm forever spoiled. Anyway, things were fine until Queen gave us that "controlling interest" crap.

PANEL 3

Flashback. Bodie looks stunned. Ally tries to console him while making a point.

BODIE (Caption)



I mean, that's suit speak. So it gets all quiet. Thankfully, Ally has the presence of mind to suggest that we take some time to consider.

PANEL 4

Kane freaks out.

BODIE (Caption)



Kane shoos them out and just explodes.

PANEL 5

Flashback. Kane scowls.

BODIE (Caption)



But it's not just the ultimatum he's pissed about. He doesn't like the number of government contracts on their client list.

KANE (In flashback frame)



It'd be the same shit as Pedanticorp. What's the point?

MOUSE OVER



Sake soothes the soul. Aaaaand I ran out of s words.

PANEL 1

Bodie regards the sake bottle.

BODIE



Whoa, this is sake? It's so smooth.

JULIE



Daiginjo grade, so it's like top shelf whiskey.

PANEL 2

Bodie frowns at his cup.

BODIE



Oh, man. Now I'm forever spoiled. Anyway, things were fine until Queen gave us that "controlling interest" crap.

PANEL 3

Flashback. Bodie looks stunned. Ally tries to console him while making a point.

BODIE (Caption)



I mean, that's suit speak. So it gets all quiet. Thankfully, Ally has the presence of mind to suggest that we take some time to consider.

PANEL 4

Kane freaks out.

BODIE (Caption)



Kane shoos them out and just explodes.

PANEL 5

Flashback. Kane scowls.

BODIE (Caption)



But it's not just the ultimatum he's pissed about. He doesn't like the number of government contracts on their client list.

KANE (In flashback frame)



It'd be the same shit as Pedanticorp. What's the point?
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