So I’ve noticed that within the past few days my pathetic little comic blog has racked up like ten subscribers a day and about a million views, and then I saw that someone had actually featured one of my favorite comics on a BuzzFeed list: 24 Comics that Capture the Frustration of Anxiety Disorders  (mine’s #12). Wow. Thank you, whoever noticed me. I don’t really know how the website works, but I’ve seen those lists all over Facebook and obviously it has gotten me way more publicity than just about anything ever, which is really astonishingly flattering but honestly also a bit nerve-wracking. To everyone who has subscribed in the past week or so, thank you very much. I hope it doesn’t bother you that my comics are not always about social anxiety, although it’s a common theme. I started this blog mainly because I was stressed out with my job, which involved a ton of customer interaction, and pretty much the only thing I could do to keep from losing my mind was to make fun of all the stupid things I did. I’m not saying this is a good thing to do, actually it’s pretty horrible, but it did keep me from losing my mind. Now that I (finally) have a job that I love and I’m learning some better coping skills (like trying not to blame myself for everything ever), I don’t have to draw these comics quite so frequently. But I can guarantee you that my days of embarrassing social blunders are far from over, which should provide plenty of comic material for years to come. Thank you so much for reading, and if there’s anything you’d like to talk about, please feel free to comment. In the meantime, here is a completely boring comic about an everyday nuisance.