Panel two’s dialogue can be whatever you want it to be. Here’s what I’ve come up with:

You brought me here for silver ore?
No, I brought you here to waste your time.

And here’s something about the guy who doesn’t write the notes: He does not have a lot of time. I, on the other hand, do have a lot of time. I often have more time than I know what to do with. I’m not saying this to brag; I’m saying this to illustrate a sort of nebulous concept. It’s something I think about all the time. Which is ok for me to do. Because I have time.

I enjoy playing Guild Wars 2. I enjoy playing most mmorpgs. I enjoy the sense of accomplishment they give me when I do whatever it was I set out to do. When I spend my time res-ing players, harvesting nodes, and completing jumping puzzles, I don’t feel bad. I feel pretty great. What else would I have done with that time anyway? What else could I have done? Browse tumblr? That’s no way to spend an evening (actually it is). Feel bad about wasting my time? There’s always more for me to get. For a while. For a while..

Our artist, on other other hand, cannot shake the uncomfortable feeling one gets when they waste their time. MMORPGS create nagging. We’ve been talking about this with each other since we first started playing wow six or seven (fuck) years ago. MMORPGS often trigger something that sees it reasonable to constantly remind us, we could be doing something much better, and much more meaningful with our time. Well we haven’t yet, and we’re probably not going to anytime soon, so why don’t you just keep quiet for a little while, and let me enjoy an afternoon.

This is kind of weird. I’ll cut it short. It’s strange to me that a person who doesnt have any time can not / will not enjoy what little time they have to just sit, and relax, and be.

Notes about the comic. It’s a loop! One of us is disinteresed. One of us is not enjoying the jumpping puzzle, Then he picks up again in a jumping puzzle. Rinse repeat.