Agnes by Tony Cochran


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  1. x_Tech

    x_Tech GoComics PRO Member said, about 18 hours ago

    Oh, so the Mayo is the dip?

  2. Apikoros

    Apikoros said, about 13 hours ago


    It is moot as to who (or what) is the dip here!

  3. rshive

    rshive said, about 11 hours ago

    Can I inquire as to which century? Stale bread is forever.

  4. bookworm0812

    bookworm0812 said, about 9 hours ago

    Trout can have the mayo. I’ll take the Jell-O!

  5. davefish55

    davefish55 said, about 7 hours ago

    Sounds like a “Chopped” basket …

  6. Easily Amused By This

    Easily Amused By This said, about 7 hours ago

    Note to Agnes; NOTHING “of the century” starts out with “slightly stale.”

  7. ladylagomorph76

    ladylagomorph76 said, about 6 hours ago

    I’ve been on a diet for my cholesterol, also to lose weight for my knee and back. (Helped the knee, not the back). So was off condiments for a very long time. Decided to put catsup on something. What a revolting product! Mayo is even worse! How could I ever have eaten that vile concocted mass? Then I tried mustard. GAH. If everyone went off of them for a year and a half, then tried them again, the whole industry would tank.

  8. Maizing

    Maizing said, about 4 hours ago


    Catsup is the only condiment I will use… but it has to be the good catsup. Most brands are garbage that (as you said) is revolting. I have gone a year or more without using it, and (since I only use the good stuff) picked it right back up the next time I ate something that I normally put catsup on. Don’t ever bother with the crap that fast food places offer, they provide the worst of the worst. I have even had to bring my own catsup to cook outs because most people just buy whatever is cheapest and don’t consider that there are differences even between different varieties offered by the same brand… and I have only found two brands that each have one recipe that I find edible.

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