You know, I’m pretty sure I’ve actually seen stores sell a cat toy that was nothing more than twist ties. And they were charging like ten bucks for a bag of five of the things! Forget the fact that their a potential chocking hazard for a moment (just a moment). All I can recall more first thought on that was why would anyone buy something like that for their cats when they could get it off a loaf of bread if they don’t really care about the cats. My second thought was that we’d never let the cats play with twist ties anyway.
They still make hats like that. Never worn one myself. I prefer knit caps.
Wrong kind of blades.
Now the question is, what will Lupin choose? What is left to choose? And is Puck trying to ensure he gets the ski lodge scratcher? Maybe he’s already checked it out and discovered that while it’s huge on the outside, it’s tiny on the inside.
You do know that at this point Lucy is shorter than Charlie Brown. That’s Violet.
Try checking the Peanuts Wiki pages for November-December 1974. The same thing can be done here in the archives, but the wiki is gonna be faster as you won’t have to go day by day (each months strips fills up the page so all you have to do is scroll down).
Hmmm, trainer must be Bixby. So seems we’re learning Cap didn’t use power ups, just his usual idiocy.
So the saying goes, thoug a bit paraphrased I believe. However, the size of the scratcher seems a bit longer than the size of the box without any creases or seams to suggest the long parts were either folded in the box it came in or are two seperate pieces butting against each outer to for a longer piece. Is that box akn to Snoopy’s doghouse (which predates the TARDIS in demonstrating it’s bigger on the inside)?
Wow, even if she had to construct the scratcher the box it came in still seems too small for it.
Never had that much Halloween candy. Well, if I wanted to strech it by only eating one piece a day I did. But it usually took me like two or three days, maybe three or four days, to finish it.