Sometimes hanging out with people is the highlight of your day, you can just enjoy peoples company and get in your daily quota of laughs. But then sometimes you'd just rather be alone. Maybe you'd rather be alone all the time because when you meet up with people your brain stops working and you being to stutter and you embarrass yourself to the point of wishing the floor beneath you was a portal to your bed. Don't worry, everyone feels that way sometimes. Luckily enough for you, Jane Zei, author and illustrator of the hilarious comics at "The Pigeon Gazette" knows exactly how you feel too, and uses her talents to put those feeling on a screen, where you can laugh at them all you like a pretend it's not you.
In an interview with Jane, she explains a little about why exactly she named her brand "the Pigeon Gazette":
"I’ve always considered the pigeon the perfect, compassionate metaphor for the humbly average human being," Jane explains. "You see pigeons every day, drab and gray, dirty with the city dust, pecking away at crumbs, milling about aimlessly in flocks, fearful of your feet. They’re so often dismissed as just another urban vermin with little grace, intelligence, or purpose to them. But if you look closer, if you really take the time to observe their existence, you notice the delicate patterns to their plumage."