Frazz by Jef Mallett


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  1. Alun Rundle

    Alun Rundle GoComics PRO Member said, 11 months ago

    Well the ties thing is nonsense.

  2. washingtoneagle

    washingtoneagle said, 11 months ago

    Bow ties and suspenders.

  3. fear-ciuil

    fear-ciuil said, 11 months ago

    Well, there’s at least one British Doctor who thinks bow ties are cool. (Though to be fair, Gallifrey isn’t really part of Great Britain.)

  4. capndunzzl

    capndunzzl said, 11 months ago

    ..and they have to call themselves “Dr. Pepper”.

  5. Night-Gaunt49

    Night-Gaunt49 said, 11 months ago

    I’m more of a string tie person myself.

  6. SusanSunshine

    SusanSunshine GoComics PRO Member said, 11 months ago


    I’m not sure how often you get to the comics these days, or which forums you might visit… so I’m leaving this on a couple of them…

    Just in case you stop by….

  7. AshburnStadium

    AshburnStadium said, 11 months ago


    Was Dr. Pepper a sergeant in the British army?

  8. AshburnStadium

    AshburnStadium said, 11 months ago

    The Brits also say “in hospital” rather than “in the hospital” as we say in the States.

  9. ajr58

    ajr58 said, 11 months ago

    The Doctor says, “Bow ties are COOL.” … Fezzes too, for that matter.

  10. pumaman

    pumaman said, 11 months ago

    I’m fine if my doctor doesn’t wear a tie. And with short sleeves you might be able to see some of his/her tattoos.

  11. cabalonrye

    cabalonrye said, 11 months ago

    @Debt Free

    He retired when he was told he couldn’t wear his scarf for hygiene reasons.

  12. jessegooddoggy

    jessegooddoggy said, 11 months ago

    Doctor Martin Ellingham is an exception.

  13. sonorhC

    sonorhC said, 11 months ago


    Actually, they say both, but in different contexts. If you’re there as a patient, being treated for some medical condition, you’re “in hospital”, but if you’re there visiting someone, or volunteering, then you’re “at the hospital”.

    It’s sort of like how we (on both sides of the pond) might say that someone’s “at church” (engaging in a worship service) vs “at the church” (helping set up the rummage sale, perhaps), or “at school” (being educated) vs. “at the school” (at a parent-teacher conference).

  14. mightaswellbe

    mightaswellbe said, 11 months ago


    Snerk! Been there.

  15. Potrzebie

    Potrzebie said, 11 months ago

    Well, the 12th Doctor will be hard pressed to come up withsomething cool. Being as how he will have a dark personality it will be hard.

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