I am shamed to admit that I only recently discovered this.

I don't know why I didn't like it before. The writing is cautious, but delightfully so. It's not laugh-out-loud funny and there are hardly any punchlines, but there is something wonderfully cute and sophiscated about this comic. The whole thing can be described perfectly akin to a British fart joke. It shouldn't be funny, but it is. Nevertheless, the level of funniness requires a considerably higher level of intelligence, even though the themes and content are not exactly unique.

I really like the freehand style he's using now. The vector art before was nice... but I feel that this scribbly technique really suits the comic much more.

And I love how you can see things change over time. Shelly's hair gets longer, clothing changes, and Fallon switches faces a few times, but you can still tell that they're still essentially the same character underneath, and don't rely on appearances for identification.

"Your sister is a mental, Erin."
"She's mental but gentle, on the slow slide to cat lady status."