Kathy the cartoon strip
The pastries felt like a dare. They sat there between us: four rugelach; four miniature chocolate scones; and three glossy, heart-shaped palmiers on a teal ceramic plate, like adorable buttered Valentines. And neither of us touched them. You see, Cathy, the character, had a notoriously tortured relationship with delicious treats.
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On Hating Cathy
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She visits her mom, claiming to have news. She is preparing for the worst. But there is no need to worry: Cathy, hand on belly, is pregnant. At last, she has it all. The facile jokes about feminine neuroses are the essence of everything that people have come to dislike about chick lit. It seems that Cathy went from Everywoman to a giddy, whiny, chocolate-eating woman that seems to have no sense of self. Beneath this intellectual crust, however, lies the bubbling magma of Cathy -anger.
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Cathy...the cartoon of my life!
Cathy Lee Guisewite born September 5, is an American cartoonist who created the comic strip Cathy , which had a year run. The strip focused on a career woman facing the issues and challenges of eating, work, relationships, and having a mother—or as the character put it in one strip, "the four basic guilt groups. Guisewite was born in Dayton, Ohio  to William L. Guisewite graduated from Midland High School in
On Wednesday, the cartoonist Cathy Guisewite announced that, after thirty-four years her comic strip, " Cathy ," would come to an end on October 3rd. The cartoon, now syndicated in seven-hundred newspapers, follows the eponymous character as she struggles with the "four guilt groups": men, food, mom, and work. The news sparked a huge and overwhelmingly gleeful response on Twitter, where a hot trending topic is WaysCathyShouldEnd. Julie Klausner suggests "Hoarding experts arrive too late to find Cathy flattened under a heap of diet aids, cats and dating books"; Ed Pierce proposes "Irving wakes up next to Suzanne Pleshette"; Paul Southworth has the gruesome idea that "In a fit of self-loathing, Cathy performs at-home liposuction with a carving knife and a dustbuster; dies of sepsis.
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