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I like butterflies, crafts, and I'm a writer. I'm a Christian. I save my comics for the evening.

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  1. 3 days ago on Thatababy

    I have fond memories of a 3D remake of Frogger from the 90s. You had to hop around, find 5 babies before the timer ran out, in various world with various obstacles and dangers: after the classic traffic levels, there was the suburban levels (watch out for chained dogs, mowers, etc.), the pond (ironically, Frogger can’t swim), the woods (squirrels, birds, owls, bees), the sky (hopping atop clouds or storks, naturally), the lava gears, and the jungle.

  2. 5 days ago on Breaking Cat News

    Awwww, traumatized (but thankful) Elvis!

  3. 5 days ago on Wallace the Brave

    Concussion incoming… see if he learns his lesson, lol

  4. 8 days ago on Home Free

    But… I thought the string had to be taut for this to work…

  5. 11 days ago on Pickles

    My family was poor growing up, & I remember my parents combining the last little bit of a couple kinds of cereal when there wasn’t enough in any of them for a whole bowl. I hated it & didn’t understand the reason.

  6. 11 days ago on Ginger Meggs

    What unusual lettering.

  7. 13 days ago on Red and Rover

    When I was a kid, my siblings & I played a computer game called Battlezone, in which you commanded a force of space tanks, scouts, etc. on various planets. US vs. Soviets. Anyway, the training area, where I played because I was younger and not good at the main game, was on the moon. While on foot, your character could jump, and with the reduced gravity, jump quite a distance. And if you kept going, you could achieve quite a pace!

  8. 14 days ago on For Better or For Worse

    I had a sewing class in college, and instead of simply hemming the skirt like a sane person, I ended up sitting on my bed at like 11pm hand-sewing a blind stitch so it would look nicer… on a very full skirt of slippery silky fabric. I still have the skirt, but most of that hand-stitching has fallen out by now. (Not that it matters except aesthetically—I had to serge all the edges )

  9. 15 days ago on Thatababy

    Reminds me of one of the first Pixar shorts: an aged man playing chess with himself in the park and developing vivid personas for each side.

  10. 15 days ago on Wallace the Brave

    I live in NH, which is very sandy (except for the granite, of course). When we were kids, my brother & I played in what we called “the sandy area,” which was just a big patch of sand off the driveway. Besides playing with our mismatched bunch of toys, we also dug a lot. Our crowning achievement was a big hole with a shelf to sit on. There’s a picture of me sitting in the hole and my brother on the surface, and you can just see my head and shoulders.

    We buried a “dead” toy dinosaur in the deepest part, along with a “time capsule,” but it was just a note in a ziploc baggie, so I’m sure it’s illegible by now.