I don't think alcohol is good for fish...https://www.mentalfloss.com/article/57027/heres-what-happens-when-fish-get-drunk>>115030360
Just read the strips in the Dina tag:https://www.dumbingofage.com/tag/dina/page/36/
She basically doesn't exist if she's not in-panel. Much like everyone else in the comic.
This comic is supposed to be slice-of-life, but it deals with a bunch of different stuff, like almost date rape, alcoholism, and homophobia.
But all the characters are terrible people, except for Dina. It will make you question what you think is good and right, especially if you read the comments section. In Willis Land, you can bully anyone, as long as they're the designated bad guys.
It's full of shark jumps and character assassination, because the characters' personal characteristics completely depend upon whatever plot is happening.
It also regularly references things that happened 9 years ago IRL that were only a few weeks ago in-universe.
The comic is also really not designed to be read all at once. Each individual strip takes only a moment or two to read, and then you immediately forget what it was. If you're reading everything in context, of each other, it calls into question continuity, personality traits, and logic.
Is it easy to binge? Sure. It has no real substance, despite depicting serious adult situations, because lame attempts at humor dogpile their way into every strip.
Is this strip I attached funny? No. Does it attempt humor? Several times.
Everything in this comic depends on the reader not questioning anything, like why a character would word something a particular way or why people couldn't just text each other or somethinng.
It's also important to note that it is drawn and written by a man in his 40s who stayed in his room his entire freshman year of college, then got kicked out. The story primarily focuses on college-age women working on their careers.
Willis just literally has no idea what he's talking about.