Pim Comic Strip

How I came to write Pim
People often ask how I came to write Pim. It seems like a thousand years since I discovered Pim, or that Pim discovered me. Thankfully I kept detailed notes and saved photos from that time. While I can’t swear to the absolute accuracy of what you are about to read, I have done my best to capture the essence of how Pim entered my life.

Mr. Love removed the wings of the Well-Dressed Albatross and made off with them, thereby imposing some significant challenges upon the unfortunate bird.

Slim enjoyed lurking places in the hope of discovering material for extortion. The conversation between Ukifune and Brad gave him nothing in this regard, though he did get a chuckle at their recollections of having been unjustly imprisoned by Slim.

Finding the place empty, Brad and Ukifune retired to twin, wall-mounted IKEA beds that Pim and Bim had assembled and installed at a distance of two metres from each other.

Because they’d gone opposite directions when they departed Beijing, Ukifune and Brad approached the home of Pim and Bim from opposite directions.

The Well-Dressed Albatross continued talking until he discovered that his audience had vanished. Exhausted from his explications, he too departed and found a place to relax. Until an all too familiar figure encroached.

Exasperated by the inability of the Well-Dressed Albatross to follow his rigorous logic, Clive made his way swiftly to the École Polytechnique, so that he might mingle with minds of his intellectual caliber. After many days in motion, Paris at long last appeared on the horizon.

As they often did when they craved social isolation, Pim and Bim sealed themselves in jars, each sibling continuing to speak despite being inaudible to the other.

Following Clive’s eventual entrance, Pim and Bim escaped unnoticed.

Clive preferred to assess a situation surreptitiously, before interpenetrating with it.

Clive was known to wander for days while working through a mathematical problem. His path often intersected with parties in need of his acuity.