“Hello, I’m Doctor Hen. I have multiple university degrees including my medical diploma from Henvard U. I’ve been working at Hensville Hospital at the Hen.World Health and Wellness Center for ten years, specializing in emergency care. There’s work of all sorts to do here, but providing the best care for my patients has always been my number one priority. I believe the one thing all patients need to deal with their problems effectively is the consistent support of their friends, family and medical team. I look forward to getting to know you better.”Read the comic
“Pleasure to meet you! I’m Dr. Henber, a Plastic Surgeon at Henville Central Hospital. When I was younger, I always believed that I would end up as a ballet dancer or as a model, but I found out in time that helping others was my true calling. Still, I can’t say that some part time modeling work was completely useless – it helped me pay for my medical school education. I have had my own health issues, and thank goodness for early detection screening tests. I am the junior doctor in the hospital, which means that I work day and night to help my patients. Please feel free to reach out to me.”Read the comic
“I’m Dr Henrion! With so many hens putting off starting a family, the waitlist at my office is starting to get pretty long. Having dedicated the last 18 years to this field, it brings me great joy to aid so many different couples on their journey to parenthood. Every family is different, and I’m just honored to be a part of many success stories. That being said, keeping a work-life balance can be difficult. My child, Henbert, likes to remind me that I’ve postponed that family trip to the mushroom farm four times already. Now where did my glasses go?”Read the comic
“Hello Sir and Madam, My name is Nurse Henia. I come from Henappine. We are a caring and service oriented people. I adore all of my patients. It gets me so sad to see any of them in pain. I want to make sure that they are comfortable and well taken care of. Working closely with Dr Hen, I have learned so much about this blessed profession.”Read the comic
“Hey there, I’m Henton. I know, I look different from the other Hens. I grew up in the west where we all are tall. I come from a large family and am the oldest of 10 children. My parents separated when we were young, and gosh I have been taking care of my siblings ever since. It just seemed like a natural extension of my upbringing to be a nurse. I am particularly interested in geriatric and therapeutic care, but my job places me in various parts of the hospital.. I love my work.”Read the comic
Hi, I’m Hendel! Sorry, I’ve been running around with my friends and I’m out of breath. Hold on, I need to use my inhaler. There… that’s better. It’s a drag feeling like this, especially since I’m a sportshen – just ask my friend Hendrik who runs faster? My parents worry about me too much. Maybe it’s because they’re both nurses. They work long hours to give us a better life, so I help out as much as possible. I cook almost as well as I run!Read the comic
“Hey there, I’m Henk! I’m a businesshen who works closely with overseas clients. Because of this I travel a lot to meet my customers. On my last trip, I fell ill after having a cup of coffee. Rushed to the hospital, I was diagnosed with both high blood pressure and high blood sugar levels. Dr. Hen has warned me that I am too young to have these health problems. I was told to change my diet and to start exercising. How do I stop eating desserts? I’m really scared – my family depends on me, and I have a business to run. Dr. Hen has introduced this new mobile solution to help me get back in control of my health. Well, right now I’ll give anything a go…”Read the comic
“My name is Henriette. Henk and I met in university. After a long courtship, we finally got married. We’ve been together for ten years and have one adorable child, Hendrik. Though my days are filled with lunches with friends and charity dinners, I spend a lot of time taking care of my child and watching over Grhen who lives with us. They need so much of my attention. And Henk was ill also! The stress of looking after the three of them is taking its toll on me. How could I have let myself get so out of shape?”Read the comic
“Hi, I’m Hendrik!. Wanna join me and my friends for a game of football? Hockey? Basketball? I really like school – well, not the actual classes, just fun stuff like gym. The classes and the teachers are boring. My parents say that I have to spend more time studying. Why do I need to do that? I’m good at this stuff already. I mean, I spend way less time on my homework than my classmates and I still do well enough on tests. Really! When I grow up, I want to be a professional football player unless I am an Astronaut!”Read the comic
Good day! I’m Henifa, and I have been working for the family for so many years – Henry and Henk, they are practically like my own! It’s not all sunshine, of course. The work can be a bit hard on my back, and Grhen can be difficult to look after. There was a moment when I did think about finding work somewhere else. But how could I leave this family? They need me so much! Excuse me, I have to get back to it… yes GrHen, I’m here!Read the comic
“Hello, you can call me Grhen. Oh dear, at least I think that is my name. You see I’m a bit forgetful. Are you hungry? Come to my kitchen and let me cook for you. I live in our family home with Henk, Henriette and Hendrik. My older child, Henry, moved half way around the world after marrying that foreigner – at least their beautiful teenager will visit us soon. Family is important to me, after Henry Sr. passed on, I’ve come to rely on my kids and my helper. But..shhhh… don’t tell them this.”Read the comic
Aloha! Hennessey here, enjoying life on the golf course. I’m out there three times a week, which has helped lessen the stiffness in my legs. I left all of the stress and worries of running the family business to the next generation – let them have all of the headaches! Finally settled now in a retirement community in Henwaii, it doesn’t feel so far away as I try to visit with everyone at home often. I’m glad that Grhen and the kids are still living in the old family place. Whenever I visit, we always reminisce about our youth when we lived there with our parents. But honestly, I’m really enjoying my new surroundings and meeting all sorts of new Hens. I’m having the time of my life!Read the comic
Give me a second, I have to take this call. Ok, where were we? I’m Henry. I’m the eldest child of Grhen, but I decided to find my fortune elsewhere. I went off to Henris, the biggest metropolis in the world, and struck gold – I met Henouk, the hen everyone wanted but who married me! I know what I want, and I go for it. I worked my beak off my entire life – that’s why I have what I have. And what do I have? Everything – a great life, the biggest house, the perfect spouse, a gorgeous kid, I really have it all. Excuse me, I have to visit the washroom again…Read the comic
I don’t have time for this, so I’ll be quick. I’m Henouk, a very important fashion designer in Henris (which everyone knows is le fashion capital of hen world). I met mon amour Henry here years ago, and together our life is perfect. I always knew I’d be at the top – and the view here suits me just fine.
But I’m missing our little one, Henaux – Henry insisted that Henris was a bad place for youngsters, and sent our baby to the other end of the globe, to live with the in-laws. Imagine that! Such an unsophisticated place! I hope Henaux doesn’t lose that je ne sais quoi– I’m starting to get messages about food this and food that, and I don’t like it one bit!Read the comic
Bonjour! I am Henaux. I am a Henropean. I can’t believe that my parents have sent me here to be with le family and to study! I miss all of di parties and glamour of Henris.. My schoolmates are so dull and oh how horribly they dress-where is their fashion sense? Ah but the food-my GrHen’s cooking is too delicious. I’ve been eating way too much – but no worries, I can always find a bathroom. At least I have more freedom, my parents are far, far away- yeah!Read the comic
I’m Henaru. I’m originally from the east, but I found my way to Henville a few years ago – the work culture here suits me so much better.
As the boss of my own company, work keeps me very busy, but I’ve been able to make a few good friends, such as Henriette – our children go to the same school. We often do our weekend grocery shopping together, even though that Hen constantly laughs at my habit of reading food labels. You really can’t be too careful when you are lactose intolerant.
Sometimes the others tell me that I’m pushy with my children, but I’ve always been an advocate of strong discipline. I worked hard to get to where I am now – and if they’re anything like me, I expect they’ll be able to do the same, too!Read the comic
Oh hi- excuse me- “Henoko, Henili, you’ll miss story time if you don’t get to bed now!”- Sorry, I’m Henderson and I’m getting my kids ready for bed. My parents were always working when I was young, so I just want to give them what I never had.
Honestly, I don’t mind being a stay-at-home parent, I don’t miss that old construction job at all! My spouse and I met through friends. Henaru is wonderful but always working. Being married to a careerHen sure has its ups and downs but having some alone time with one another at the end of the day really helps.
Everyone calls me a helicopter parent, but I have to be- they both need constant care. When I was a child, I had some health problems but now I just have to watch my vitamin D. Nice talking to you- gotta go- “Ready kids? OK, once upon a time…”Read the comic
Hewwo, my name is Heniwi! I wove to giggle and be siwy. I’m so happy to be starting school, I can’t wait to pway and have fun with the udder kids! My pawents say I’m very special – I wuve them so much! They say that I have to work harder than others. But I don’t mind. I can be anyting I want if I put my mind to it!Read the comic
I’m Henoko, and I’m not having a great day. Today, I woke up with a high sugar number and it has been like that the whole day. Nothing I do makes it better. I even skipped out on my favorite dessert – cake! I had to tell everyone at school that I just don’t like chocolate. Adults help me check my sugar but I’m getting smarter so one day, I will do it on my own. Figuring out how much insulin I need is a lot like doing math. That means I’m getting really good with numbers. But I don’t want to complain – my teachers and parents have enough to worry about. I am so happy that I have my Henili who tries to help despite being younger. I hate when everyone stares. I just want to fit in.Read the comic
I’m Henda, and if you want that perfect house, you just need to call me. Just make sure it’s one of those really premium properties – I can’t waste my time on small things. I’ve been married three times- can’t seem to find the right one! My husbands were always telling me that I focus too much on my looks. But no matter, there’s always more kernels on the cob. Enough about that – I need a bit more botox, I’m beginning to see a small wrinkle.
Being beautiful takes time and money!”
“I’m really upset. My parents told me that they don’t love each other anymore and are getting a divorce. Is this my fault? I know that they get upset with me, like that time when I fell into that pool. Thankfully, I was rescued by the lifeguard, but I don’t like to be near water anymore. I don’t like to touch it at all. So what if I’m not neat? Plenty of others are like this. I’m tired of everyone always pushing me to change. But maybe if I fix this, my parents will love each other again. By the way, I’m Hend.”Read the comic
“I’m Henni, a teacher at Hensville elementary school- I just adore my kids. Unfortunately, I have none of my own – I’m still searching for that perfect mate! I’m a romantic sort so I want someone who will sweep me off my feet. I guess I’m a dreamer. Working out is another passion of mine. As soon as the school day is over, I run down to the gym and work on this body. I can NOT miss a day of my workout routine – there are some major cuties in the gym in the evening hours, but somehow I always end up going for the wrong type.”Read the comic
I don’t speak much so I’ll let Hensley tell you my story.
“I remember when Henning was born – such a beautiful baby but the signs were there early on – never looking you in the eye, not responding when you say Henning, the constant rocking especially when experiencing change. It’s the dedication of our parents and the work of a great support team that has helped. They are no longer with us, and it’s taken time and much adjustment but Henning is now living in an assisted community and working! How proud our parents would be!”
“Let me introduce myself, I’m Hensley. I know how to throw the most fantastic parties- that is why all of the “in” hens know to hire me- everyone who is anyone comes to my fetes. If you want to know where is the hippest place to be seen, just call me! I work hard but I know how to also have a lot of fun! I do, though, have to watch myself in the sun. I used to spend too much time in the tanning booth. Make sure you take care of your skin! “Read the comic
“40-LOVE! Aaaaaaaaand game! ???? Hey, I’m Henox! Though I had to retire from Federation playing, you can still find me on the courts! I got a dream job as director of the Hennis Racket Club.
My competitive career was cut short by the migraines that I suffer from. Certain times of the month, I can’t even get out of bed! Chocolate, strenuous exercise and flickering screens are my triggers. Oops, gotta run! C’mon, who’s next? Let’s go to center court!”
“Hola, my name is Henrrrrique and I am a personal trainerr at the Henveelle Wellness Centerrr. You like the way I look? Well it’s from mucho exercise – I work you hard and after our session, you will feel soo good. My muscles, they are perfecto – no? I’m going out laterrrrrrrr with friends for la pizza – I hope it’s gluten-free.”Read the comic
“Ever met an endometriosis warrior? My name’s Henelope, a senior at Henvard U. The university’s financial aid program certainly helps pay for my tuition fees and some of my living expenses- but bartending helps me afford the rest. I’ve always had to fend for myself – with parents in and out of rehab. Currently living off campus with a group of fun students including Hentono. That Hen is super popular, but I’m totally digging the newest admirer – Henaux! What a cutie!”Read the comic
“Yo, it’s Hentono! How did you like that set? I’m totally planning to break the Hen-ternet. Check out “The Hentles”- our songs are LIT! ???? You’ve got to really turn up the volume to enjoy music. After school, I’m always hanging with my new bae, Henaux. But if this doesn’t last, there are so many others. On to the next set- cya!”Read the comic
Lentinula edodes, pleurotus ostreatus, pleurotus eryngii- what, you don’t know the scientific names of my favorite food- mushrooms? That is strange. Hi. My name is Henbert and yes, I look like someone familiar. Of course it is genetically probable as I’m Dr Hen’s nibling. I’m told that I get fixated on ideas- like memorizing the entire Hencyclopedia when I was 4. Books are great, but please don’t touch me- it makes me really uncomfortable. Gotta run, I’m hypothesizing on the dynamics needed to start a personal mushroom farm!Read the comic