Short gag-a-day comics about a 20-something year old woman with an over-imaginative mind.
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Remembering the best day of your life
Celeste discusses with Paige how to make having your period not so bad.
Celeste talks about her skills on the pitcher's mound.
Paige finds out that bad luck usually comes in twos and threes
Celeste overhears and misinterprets a conversation between Paige and Dave.
Celeste and Rococo discuss theology and western fashion.
Brad takes Chris to do some grocery shopping
Paige is always correcting Celeste's spelling
Chris and Alastair discuss the anti-science policies in American politics
Celeste discusses with Paige how she manages her anger. (Two comics scheduled today)
Dave explains to Paige how he works all the time.
Celeste tells Paige about her date.
Celeste explains the versatility of rocky road ice cream.
Chris and Alastair talk about over-dosing on viagra.
Celeste and Chris talk about love...and loving butts.
Chris explains to Celeste how grammar killed the Greek hero, Achilles.
Losing weight had never been easier
What did people read before smart phones?
Chris explains the Rules of Two
Paige explains where do damn socks go and Celeste puts a religious spin on it.
Celeste has fun playing with the oscillating fan.
Paige explains why she had to leave her Texan hometown.
Chris explains how he wishes to be buried when he dies.
Celeste and Chris have some choreography problems.
Paige explains what she thinks what love is.
Celeste is just trying to read outdoors when two squirrels get frisky.
Celeste's roommate, Rococo, explains how Celeste can get a raise at work
Celeste tries some men's aftershave on her sexy legs.
Paige writes 'Pisa' on the tilted water cooler.
Alastair explains what stays in Vegas
Celeste knows why man is lost
Celeste tries to wake up her roommate
Celeste tries to cheer up Rococo
Chris accidentally walks into the wrong apartment, again.
Celeste beats up on some ninjas.
Dave explains to Paige what men think about most of the day.
Dave tells what Paige what he often dreams of
Paige sings to get over her disappointment
Paige sings her disappointments away. Wine also helps.
Celeste knows her constitutional rights.
Chris bought a new bike. He tells Celeste how fast it can go.
Celeste had trouble sleeping last night.
Celeste is a Sufi
Chris explains the etymology behind the name 'Milky Way'
Celeste is singing in the shower.
Dave needs some help with the crossword
Celeste doesn't like being called 'chick'
Celeste can't get a break
Paige buys herself a gift to distract her from the fact how much she hates this holiday.
Geisha Celeste is back to kick some ninja butt
Chris shows his appreciation of Celeste by buying her a little gift.
Nothing can bring Celeste down.
3 part series
Celeste is awaken by a gentle monster under her bed
Celeste is awaken by an awkward monster under her bed.
Paige's mind won't stop talking at night.
Paige needs some 'weird' inspiration
I'm talking about you, Crossfitters
The weather gives Celeste frizzy hair
Celeste gives advice to Alastair about book shopping.
Celeste freaks out when she discovers a lump.
Chris wants to take Celeste to a Mexican food festival.
Celeste explains the secret of Happiness
Celeste sings the famous 'They Might Be Giants' song
another weird Chris musing
Paige talks to a prima donna co-worker
Celeste falls asleep at work again
Celeste was such a smart child
Dave is missing
Chris forgets the road rules
Celeste wonders why shooting stars zip by so fast
Dave ruins another life lesson by Paige
Very little impresses Paige these days
Celeste doesn't know how to count
Celeste isn't all that hip with sexting symbols
Paige has some advice on how to avoid some unwanted attention
Switch-a-roo comic by guest artist Jordan Smith of 'Candace n Company' http://candaceandcompany.com/
Dave is being a perv, but his comments go over Celeste's head.
Chris tells Celeste his future plans about marriage
A twist on a common meme I've seen on social media.
All four ladies look for something different in a relationship
Engineers didn't have women's bodies in mind when they designed the seatbelt.
Rococo just doesn't allow any man buy her a drink. She has standards. And mace.
Celeste misinterprets Paige's suggestion for getting some Boba Tea.
Celeste explain who it is hard growing up weird.
Paige's mind never turns off when she goes to bed.
Paige's mind still refuses to turn off
To understand this pun, Celeste is referring to 'Brest', Brittany in northern France.
Celeste falls asleep in the office again and dreams of being 'Geisha Celeste' battling a giant killer robot. (The soundtrack is Bush 'Machinehead')
Celeste gets a new hairdo
Celeste gets a new hairdo. The new hairdo empowers Celeste.
Celeste gets a new hairdo. She imagines herself as a amazon, warrior princess.
Celeste gets a new hairdo. Chris isn't too impressed.
Celeste gets a new hairdo. Alastair doesn't know how to comment correctly about Celeste's new do.
Celeste gets a new hairdo. Chris changes his hair too to cheer up Celeste.
Celeste gets a new hairdo. Seles isn't too happy about the change.
Chris explains the name for turkey around the world to Celeste
Chris explains the Greek chi in X-Mas to Celeste
Celes is no common wench.
A new twist on the "Grass is Greener" trope
Paige needs help (even if it is from herself) to deal with life sometimes.
Paige's mind is always active. She can either can cope with it, or it prevents her from sleeping.
Men and Women have different criteria of who they want to be close to.
Celeste is no longer 'Ms. Nice Gal'. She is about to get medieval!
Dave tries to take advantage of Celeste. Celes is not having it.
Celeste needs to stay late after work. Celes yearns for adventure.
Paige find's Cele's lifestyle appealing.
Only Chris is able to soothe the burning heart of fiery Celes.
Chris explains to Celeste that skinny isn't necessarily healthy.
Celeste doesn't know how to give a restrained compliment
Paige is her own worst enemy. She is also her greatest ally.
Dave is in love...with himself
Paige is the usual Gramma Nazi
Paige explains why winning isn't always desirable
The lemonade is too sour for Celeste's taste.
Paige is full of good advice. Hopefully she listen to the advice she dishes out to others.
Celeste has trouble waking up most mornings.
A visual metaphor of a J.D. Salinger quote.
In her surprise, Celeste mistakenly believes she was attacked by a jellyfish in an indoor pool.
Seles is the reluctant tag team partner to Celeste's sing-along
Paige, the Grammar Nazi, strikes again