Luann by Greg Evans

Luann

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  1. Night-Gaunt49

    Night-Gaunt49 GoComics PRO Member said, almost 3 years ago

    Well there is always another day Brad. Be strong.

  2. Thomas

    Thomas said, almost 3 years ago

    Get ready for the ride buddy boy. It’s up and down, all around, and you better get used to it.

  3. Sideshow Starlet

    Sideshow Starlet said, almost 3 years ago

    So, Shannon is five. I thought she was still four… unless Toni means preschool?

    I love the background on the last panel. My favorite part is that Shannon doesn’t even seem to notice the hole in the floor or the destroyed wall.

  4. BikeNBoatN

    BikeNBoatN said, almost 3 years ago

    Amazing what they managed to accomplish (demolish?) In just 25 minutes.

  5. rusty gate

    rusty gate said, almost 3 years ago

    Game rained out, huh, Brad?

  6. ZacBSM

    ZacBSM said, almost 3 years ago

    NOW they are trying to act sensible. A little too late…Hard to do when there are holes in the wall and the floor. Look, you three, how irrational you were just moments ago!
    And Brad, you still have a long way to learn about women. Once they had an ordeal, such as missing a child, they DON"T want to have a lovefest. They rather have cuddlefest and comfort. Men have such a single track mentality.

  7. mojitobaby

    mojitobaby said, almost 3 years ago

    @Sideshow Starlet

    Five is still preschool, you usually have to be 6 to start first grade. Most states have a cutoff date – i.e. your kid has to be 6 by Sept 1. My brother’s b’day is in October, so he was almost 7 by the time he started primary school.

  8. Angelalex242

    Angelalex242 said, almost 3 years ago

    Swing and a miss, Brad. Swing and a miss.

  9. rusty gate

    rusty gate said, almost 3 years ago

    Boy, is the landlord gonna be mad. Oh, wait, the landlord is Mr. DeGroot. How you going to explain this one, Brad?

  10. Sideshow Starlet

    Sideshow Starlet said, almost 3 years ago

    @mojitobaby

    I meant kindergarten. If she’s five (depending on what month she turned five), she might be in kindergarten.

  11. Sideshow Starlet

    Sideshow Starlet said, almost 3 years ago

    @rusty gate

    “How you going to explain this one, Brad?”

    His usual method: blame TJ.

  12. mojitobaby

    mojitobaby said, almost 3 years ago

    @rusty gate

    Mr, and MRS. DeGroot. Explaining to Nancy that you were sucking face with Toni and lost track of Shannon and….yeah, don’t even try.
    .
    Brad should just start packing now and hope that the border is only a few hours away.

  13. mojitobaby

    mojitobaby said, almost 3 years ago

    @Sideshow Starlet

    Anything prior to first grade = preschool. First grade and up = school.

  14. Sideshow Starlet

    Sideshow Starlet said, almost 3 years ago

    @mojitobaby

    Not where I live. In my area, anything prior to kindergarten is considered preschool (at the center where I work, there’s a Preschool 1 class for two year-olds, a Preschool 2 class for three year-olds, and a Pre-K class for four year-olds and kids who turned five too late to start kindergarten that year.)

    Preschool is optional- parents send their kids if they need to work or sometimes just to get their kid used to a school environment. It is paid for by the parent, unless the parent receives benefits that would pay for childcare while the parent works.

    ..

    Kindergarten is actually part of the public school system- funded by government, free to attend. Every child attends unless they’re considered smart enough to skip ahead to first grade (and even then, many people would be reluctant to do this because the child still needs to develop social skills.)

  15. jeff_elbel

    jeff_elbel said, almost 3 years ago

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