For Better or For Worse by Lynn Johnston

For Better or For Worse

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  1. frightenup

    frightenup said, over 3 years ago

    Sometimes it’s not how your body looks, it’s how you feel. I always feel stronger and have more energy.

  2. IndyMan

    IndyMan said, over 3 years ago

    I, personally, don’t see what Elle is complaining about, to me she looks just as svelte now as she did before the holidays. I don’t think she has put any weight on at all. But then again, I’m a man and am just not sensitive to such things at that. Ha Ha!

  3. dsom8

    dsom8 said, over 3 years ago

    Is her name Susan?

  4. goweeder

    goweeder said, over 3 years ago


  5. Elsie Ross

    Elsie Ross said, over 3 years ago

    how you feel is the important thing. If you feel bogged down with extra weight you show it.

  6. USN1977

    USN1977 said, over 3 years ago

    Tissue paper feels like a hip?

  7. pekenpug

    pekenpug said, over 3 years ago

    Lynn, I love your way with words. Do you write as well as draw?

  8. GretchensMom

    GretchensMom said, over 3 years ago

    What is it with mothers and pockets full of wadded up tissues? lol


    When you’ve got kids — especially with one as young as Lizzie — there’s ALWAYS a snotty nose that needs to be wiped and tissues carried around in a Mom’s pants pockets are the easiest, fastest way to get ahold of one when you need it in an emergency!!!!!

  9. CrypticWizard

    CrypticWizard said, over 3 years ago


    Actually, Night-Gaunt49 had it right. “Effect” is a noun, and “Affect” is a verb. So he used the correct word.

  10. prrdh

    prrdh said, over 3 years ago


    Both are right, depending on what you see as the antecedent to ‘that’. You can say it will take more than three weeks to affect (have an effect on) her hips, or to effect (bring about) change to her hips.
    Both words are used both as nouns and verbs…although the use of ‘affect’ as a noun (meaning, roughly, expressiveness) is pretty much confined to medicine and psychology.
    Just please avoid ‘impact’ as a verb in my presence ;-)

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