Cassandra describes her comics as "a semi-autobiographical webcomic series in which I talk about my everyday life, personal experiences and first world problems." She also adapted her comic for a post on College Humor, called "5 Truths of Dating Someone Younger." Here's what she came up with.
It's weird how people become relationship experts when they don't quite approve of who you're seeing. But in reality, their own relationships probably aren't exactly perfect either. Basically, everyone's figuring things out and nobody knows anything.
It can be freaky when one person thinks high school is a distant memory, and for the person you're dating it feels like yesterday. And again, this is coming from an artist who is only 22 years old. For some people reading this, 22 is a distant memory and high school is vague blur that may or may not have really happened.
If you're dating someone younger, it might be because you happened to fall for each other. After all, does age really matter? Or it could be because you want an excuse to act like the kid inside that you really are.
A similar thing happens when the oldest member of a couple finally turns 35. When that happens, and you both try to run for president at the same time, only one of you will get to do it and the other gets turned away. It's super awkward.
Most of Cassandra's comics aren't part of a bigger series. Instead, they're just depictions of situations inspired from her real life. For instance, there was this one, showing what it was like to go to a Halloween party in 2016, after the release of Suicide Squad.
When you Google your symptoms, be careful. Most of the time, Google will tell you you might have a serious case of already being dead. And as Bruce Willis knows, once you find that out, you can't un-know it.