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  1. about 15 hours ago on The Born Loser

    Even though they aren’t dressed the part, this looks like boot camp, and I tell you Thornapple should have stopped talking with “Yes Sir!” That last sentence is something you do NOT want to say to your angry drill sergeant!

  2. about 15 hours ago on For Better or For Worse

    Is that white thing in the last panel Mike’s underwear? So is this the female version of pulling a ‘Wedgie’? From the front?

  3. about 15 hours ago on For Better or For Worse

    In March 1994 when this first originated most Canadians had land lines because they couldn’t afford smart phones which cost a couple thousand bucks. And they weren’t really ‘smart’ phones because they functioned something like walkie talkies. Phones that were wireless and portable but they only functioned as a speech audio transmitter.

  4. about 16 hours ago on For Better or For Worse

    The first one I remember since I started reading this was 2 years ago;

  5. about 16 hours ago on Peanuts

    Actually if Sally was planning on becoming a script writer for Hollywood movies or television, or even a comic strip writer in the Funny Pages, she should deserve getting a grade of A+ Plus. (That’s the plane truth about it.)

  6. about 16 hours ago on Overboard

    What a nice new snowman the snowlady has. Yesterday her old hubby was eaten by the shark so this new guy seen that the shark was attracted to the pink scarf so he gave the pink scarf to his lady!

  7. about 16 hours ago on Nancy

    Many Earth believers believe that when a butterfly in China flaps its wings that it sets in motion a hurricane to form in America, so naturally if you killed the butterfly before it flaps its wings you prevent the hurricane forming and so save numerous human lives. Me, I am more a scientific skeptic and believe that when that butterfly flaps its wings it just flies off somewhere else and maybe finds some food to eat. No hurricanes forming, sorry.

  8. about 17 hours ago on Ziggy

    Well back in American pioneer days when outhouses weren’t wired for electric lights a cutout in the door let sunlight in so you could see what you’re doing. The cutout needed to be narrow so peeping toms had to put their eyes right up to the door to peep in. They couldn’t peep into like a house size window. And further function since pioneers didn’t have the money to afford to buy door handles they used a wooden beam inside the door to slide into a latch for privacy. Since you didn’t want some prankster to lock you in, the outside door didn’t have a latch. A moon crescent cutout fitted nicely for you to slip your hand in and open the door. The crescents were mostly on the opposite side from the door hinges. Only in modern times were they put in the middle of the door as a recognizable symbol. As for the heart in Europe I don’t know. Maybe the Europeans didn’t want to twist their hands sideways to open the door but pulled it from the wide buttock shape.

  9. 1 day ago on The Born Loser

    If you have to eat food named after a geographical location, I would much rather eat French Fries, Swiss Chocolate, Irish Stew, or even Hungarian Goulash before I eat Brussel’s Sprouts.

  10. 1 day ago on For Better or For Worse

    In the first frame the Sun isn’t out. It is dark outside. And that time clock between the two frames must mean that 03 hours and 20 minutes of time has past and the Sun has come out.