CUPS has settled in nicely to becoming a webcomic about drug abusing cats and tired new-parent jokes. Glad you’re along for the ride.
Perhaps differentiation between day and night zombies is unnecessary. Yes. This seems true. It seems like zombies are zombies no matter where or when they are. Glad I’ve gone and talked this through.
Do you know about day/night confusion? Because when the baby’s in the womb, it’s most active at night, when the mother’s sleeping. So, during the day, when the mother is walking around and doing stuff, the baby sleeps due to the calming nature of being swayed around for hours. But then, come nighttime, and the mother goes to sleep, it’s baby’s party time. Thus, when the baby comes out, for the first several days they’re on the literal opposite schedule they’re supposed to be for life. It’s just another thing that makes babies seem like Nature’s Murder Weapon.
‘Spending Time Together As A Family’ is code for ‘Learning To Co-Exist With A Creature Hell-Bent On Destroying Us From The Inside Out Through Destruction Of Our Brain Through Exhaustion’. Also, ‘Shop’ is code for ‘Ice Cream Store’, and ‘Work’ is code for ‘Eating Ice Cream’.
Guys, can we quickly address just how insane this is? There are doctors, nurses, and all sorts of other smart, reasonable, intelligent people just meandering about the hospital at any given time… And you come in, push out a kid, hang out there for like 48 hours and they’re all ‘yea, you guys seem like you’re nice enough people, we entrust you with keeping this human being alive. No, no… We understand that literally nothing you have ever done qualifies you to do this but… We kind of have a hunch about you guys, despite the fact that we’ve had to tell you on at least fourteen occasions that you cannot smoke cigarettes in the hospital.’