I took a peek at your series, and I gotta say it's very charming. I'll comment on two episodes in particular.
I love this one. To me, it's not about sexual orientation. I read it as an allegory about goals, expectations, reality, and finding happiness through it all.
Like, you set out to achieve a goal; you look around, and everyone else is achieving theirs. There's a pattern in how they're doing it (finding a girl), giving the impression that if you don't follow that pattern, you're not successful. Then one day, you find success -- your version of it, one that matches the effort you've been putting in -- but it doesn't match everyone else's. Do you reject it because it's different from everyone else's success? Or do you embrace it?
Blue ends up embracing it and finding happiness, and I hope I can find and embrace my own success some day, too.
While I enjoyed the humor in this one, I do have a suggestion: consider tilting parts of your art sometimes?
You already use tilt with the arms. In the last panel when the character is dodging the carrot, the arms are tilted to depict a specific body language. I feel you could do more with tilt; the body, the legs, the props. Tilting the carrot, for example, could capture the sense of falling/hitting the floor instead of just laying on the floor. Perhaps tilting the legs could better show the impromptu dodging.
You use the simple art style well already. I feel there's more you can do while keeping the simple style, to take it to the next level! Best of luck! (and also subbed!)
Here's my comic. You don't really have to review it, since mine is a longform story and hard to read & review a random episode without all the context.