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https://www.gocomics.com/bignate/2009/06/26 Already been done.
Yeah, Angie broke up with Nate simply because she lost interest in being with him. With Kelly, it was understandable because Nate cruelly dumped her over a note because he wanted to keep pursuing Jenny for whatever reason. And with Trudy, Nate dumped her because she kept him away from his friends.
You know, there’s something that confuses me about Nate’s character when it comes to romance. Evidentially, it has been shown that Nate is more interested in the idea of being in a relationship with someone rather than loving that person for who they are, since he just happens to fall in love with any girl that he sees. Yet, Nate used to view Jenny as someone who is completely different from any other girl that Nate has been attracted to, and there was never really any explanation to it other than that one strip where he reveals that he’s aware that Jenny hates him but he still never quits trying to win her heart because he loves a challenge, and that was the only time he’s ever stated that.
It begs the question: If Nate really doesn’t love the girls that he’s attracted to and is more in love with the idea of being in a relationship with them, then what was it about Jenny as a person that made Nate view her differently like she was his destined soul mate?
The answer: None. Jenny was meant to be just the main love interest for Nate for the sake of a running joke, and also a plot device to give Nate another reason to hate Artur. And the only other character traits that is shown about her is that she’s a shallow snobbish jerk who will physically and verbally hurt Nate even with very little or no provocation at all. Honestly, I’m surprised Peirce didn’t remove her from the comics much sooner.
How about no?
It would be quite a change of pace if Nate got sent to summer school again.
Exotic dancer?! Gee, I hope that manages to fly over child readers’ heads! LOL
Well, Nate is probably the most infamous student at P.S. 38, so why not?
Okay, this went from the joke being ruined to Peirce being scared out of his mind that he’s gonna lose the child audiences’ attention span.
Okay, the joke has now been officially murdered by making something that Spitsy is afraid of be actually intimidating.
You know, Spitsy was afraid of the most non-threatening animals/objects, which was made funny by only having him being afraid of them. But now, having Nate be in on it by making him scared too just kind of kills the joke.
Wow. Jenny is such a snob.