I still read it because I have since I was a little kid better than half a century ago. That’s the only reason I read it now. It is very seldom funny to me at all. Half the time Nancy’s not even in it and when she is, she’s usually a self absorbed grump.The classics are still worth reading in my (not so) humble opinion.
My wife developed immunity after just a few years. :(
You can fill it,, it just drains out real quick. ;) But everybody knew his story was an exaggeration.
What I remember most about my graduation 40+ years ago, is my mother hid my boots and laid out a pair of dress shoes. What she didn’t realize, is I had a pair of grungy old boots stuck back in the hall closet. After all, who looks at the shoes you’re wearing during graduation? My mother. She griped about that until not long before she passed away last year. ;)
I don’t remember the first gun I ever shot, I grew up shooting. I wore out a bb gun before I was 10, bought my first 22 (mail order from Sears and Roebuck), when I was 8. Well over 50 years later, I still haven’t shot anybody and have no plans to.
Roadrunner is not very good. Just saying.
Poor elephant. But this one still goes down as one of my favorites.
Not a problem I had as a kid, I’d try anything in the way of food. And I knew if I didn’t like it, I better find something else on the table to eat because Ma wasn’t going to fix anything special. Seldom did I not like something though.
As for my kids, it was the same with the exception they were pickier eaters than me.
When my brother in law was a kid, he said he would lead a song in church sometimes before he learned how to read. He would lead “Bringing in the Cheese” since he thought that is what it said
When I read the first line, I heard in in the voice of the princes from Fractured Fairy Tales. Yeah I’m old.