If the title wasn't enough of a give away, you get an idea of the level of discourse ahead before you even get to the title page. You see this image (minus the diving board):
from The Daily Crosshatch, website currently n/a
At the time she drew most of the comics in this collection, Wertz was 23, just finishing up/just finished up college. The scenes she captures/depicts feel true of that time of life, at least for a white middle class heterosexual college almost-grad. I'm not saying that as a slam; I was once all those things, too. I just don't want to indicate that Wertz's experiences (or mine) are at all universal. :)
What Are Babies Good For? made me snicker, since I once felt that way about kids. I think I've always loved babies, but had more of a sense of humor about them back in the day.
I can completely relate to becoming fixated on an incomprehensible-to-me item of apparel, like Wertz does in Stupid Girl Shoes. Plus the hippie dances in that panel are totally true-to-life.
I'm not finding the other strip I could most relate to online. It's about the things dorky dorks dream about. Wertz has a nightmare that all of her favorite Sunday comics were tributes to Cathy (like happened with Blondie on the comic's 75th anniversary). "Dude, it was so awful, I was up all night"