For Better or For Worse by Lynn Johnston

For Better or For Worse

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  1. NightShade09

    NightShade09 said, 3 months ago

    “Men accept getting older as a fact of life.” Unless someone notices.
    Last year, I had my first “senior moment.” I got on a bus, and they asked if I was a senior. (I wasn’t.)

  2. The Life I Draw Upon

    The Life I Draw Upon said, 3 months ago

    Baldness.

  3. Night-Gaunt49

    Night-Gaunt49 said, 3 months ago

    He should listen to himself sometime.

  4. howtheduck

    howtheduck said, 3 months ago

    After her divorce in 2007, Lynn Johnston had an interview where she revealed that she often portrayed John as flabby or old-looking particularly to peeve husband Rod, whom she said was a health and exercise nut and very proud of the way his body looked. This must have been one of those times.
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    A for face lifts, Lynn Johnston has admitting to having had a few of those. There is sequence later on where Connie Poirier had a face lift, which was based on Lynn’s own face lift.

  5. Nabuquduriuzhur

    Nabuquduriuzhur said, 3 months ago

    @NightShade09

    Up until I got a hospital infection, I looked a lot younger than my age.

    After 4 years of that infection, everything aged in a hurry.

    What’s interesting is that my hair turned mostly grey, then when the infection was finally killed off, it turned mostly dark brown again.

  6. trekman58

    trekman58 said, 3 months ago

    @howtheduck

    Thanks for the insights!

  7. K.C. Fahel

    K.C. Fahel said, 3 months ago

    Google the video for “Try” by Colbie Caillat. It’s a great statement about allowing women to just be themselves. (I, for one, am comfortable in my own skin and have never even been tempted towards any kind of cosmetic surgery.)

  8. frugalnotcheap

    frugalnotcheap said, 3 months ago

    A Timeless Quality (attitude) is WAY easier and cheaper; that, and simply avoiding mirrors.

  9. gmartin997

    gmartin997 GoComics PRO Member said, 3 months ago

    Time marches on; and eventually we learn it’s marching across our faces, and everywhere else.

  10. felinefan55

    felinefan55 GoComics PRO Member said, 3 months ago

    @K.C. Fahel

    I was a 36B at 10 years of age. Of course in elementary I was horrified. I was the second tallest girl and the second “largest”. Fast forward to 13. My father had retired from the army and we kept moving until he found a civilian job in a place my mother could stand. By then of course other girls had “outgrown” me. So at 22 when I found out the army would (AT THAT TIME!) put in implants if I paid for them I jumped at the chance. 2 kids & nursing had taken their toll. I got to hold what they would be putting into my body. The saline vs silicone argument was at its peak. The saline ones sloshed in my hand. I asked the doctor if I would feel that inside me. He said that with the larger sizes that yes, some women did experience a “sloshing effect”. Between that & the icky feeling (the outside of both was still silicone) I said forget about it. Now I’m a 46DD long ;)

  11. seed_drill

    seed_drill said, 3 months ago

    @The Life I Draw Upon

    Yep. I’m much more upset about how much of my forehead one can now see than the creases in said forehead.

  12. jim12345

    jim12345 said, 3 months ago

    Oop’s eye bag’s ???// 8^(

  13. rshive

    rshive said, 3 months ago

    @K.C. Fahel

    Can’t say that I have either. But sometimes it depends where one draws the line. How many people will opt for contacts rather than glasses?

  14. Rebel Strike

    Rebel Strike said, 3 months ago

    Connie got a face lift? Was this before or after she got that butch haircut like Deanna’s?

  15. nosirrom

    nosirrom said, 3 months ago

    @K.C. Fahel

    Unlike Joan Rivers. She was really funny on Letterman the other night.
    david-letterman-dave-walks-out-on-joan-rivers

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