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Cost Benefit Conundrum

Even a shower has its costs. Literally.

By Comics, Featured Comics

A four-panel black and white comic titled "Cost-Benefit Conundrum." In the first panel, a figure with shoulder-length hair stands in front of a door, having tracked in mud; a floating sign reading "DIRTY" is pointing at them. In the second panel, a bathroom full of steam is shown, with the person's head visible in the shower. The third panel has them sitting on a bed, wearing striped pants, a polka dot shirt, and an expression of contemplation. Another floating sign points to them, reading "CLEAN (but at what cost)." In the fourth and final panel, they sit at a table surrounded by envelopes making a displeased face at paper in their hands, which reads "WATER BILL."

“Cost-Benefit Conundrum” by Ceilidh (kale) Birkhahn.

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A four-panel black and white comic titled “Cost-Benefit Conundrum.” In the first panel, a figure with shoulder-length hair stands in front of a door, having tracked in mud; a floating sign reading “DIRTY” is pointing at them. In the second panel, a bathroom full of steam is shown, with the person’s head visible in the shower. The third panel has them sitting on a bed, wearing striped pants, a polka dot shirt, and an expression of contemplation. Another floating sign points to them, reading “CLEAN (but at what cost).” In the fourth and final panel, they sit at a table surrounded by envelopes making a displeased face at paper in their hands, which reads “WATER BILL.”

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