Over the Hedge by T Lewis and Michael Fry

Over the Hedge

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  1. Nabuquduriuzhur

    Nabuquduriuzhur said, 10 months ago

    What’s funny is my cat will get on the roof of the greenhouse and watch lightning, but she doesn’t like the sound of fireworks.

  2. Bruno Zeigerts

    Bruno Zeigerts said, 10 months ago

    I remember a trick question:Is there a Fourth of July in England?
    Of course there is.
    (It’s just not a holiday … or a different one)

  3. R Mahn

    R Mahn said, 10 months ago

    @Bruno Zeigerts

    Usually I tell that one like this:
    A: Do they have Fourth of July in England?
    B: No, of course not, it is a US holiday
    C: Then how do they get from July 3rd to July 5th?? :)

  4. masterskrain

    masterskrain GoComics PRO Member said, 10 months ago

    I thought in England July 4th was known as “Dash it all. Those pesky colonials…” day.

  5. Dr Dave

    Dr Dave GoComics PRO Member said, 10 months ago

    Does not translate to ‘Redneck’

  6. bubbareb

    bubbareb said, 10 months ago

    I was ten. It was raining on the 4th. Tried launching a rocket up the fireplace chimney. Forgot about the damper thingy. That was exciting. Local fire department decided I was insane and needed parental guidance.

  7. david_42

    david_42 said, 10 months ago

    @bubbareb

    Fireplaces seem to be a coastal thing, we didn’t have them in Illinois. Or fireworks for that matter. Only sparklers and snakes. Of course, every year someone picked up the wrong end of a burning sparkler.

  8. vwdualnomand

    vwdualnomand said, 10 months ago

    got to love this nation of ours. we celebrate our independence from england by blowing up a chunk of it every year, even if we still have a special relationship with england(so much so, that we follow their royal family).

  9. Veteran

    Veteran GoComics PRO Member said, 10 months ago

    It was suggested that the 4th be celebrated by music and fanfare (fireworks and such) to celebrate our declaration of independence and winning our freedom becoming a new nation.
    It was nothing personal against Britain. It was just the colonists were being treated as inferiors with no rights or justice considering most were from England or living under English blessings.
    The idea was No Taxation without Representation. Colonists had no voice in Parliament so that was a driving force behind the rebellion. It was expected to be a diplomatic solution.

  10. Yakety Sax

    Yakety Sax said, 10 months ago

    @Dr Dave

    “Here, hold my beer. I’m gonna try somethin’.”
    Does that translate?

  11. Think Mann

    Think Mann said, 10 months ago

    4th of July in England is known as The Revolt of the Colonies.

  12. llebanorahs

    llebanorahs said, 10 months ago

    When a teenager, I tryed to throw a firecracker out a moving car window at a teachers house. The window was closed. What a mess.

  13. ChessPirate

    ChessPirate said, 10 months ago

    When I was young and stupid, a few of us drove out into the country, stopped by a field where cows were grazing and slingshotted a cherry bomb over the cows. When it went off the area was lit up and the look on the cows’ faces was classic. Remember, I said I was stupid, OK?

  14. dzw3030

    dzw3030 said, 10 months ago

    @Yakety Sax

    :-D Just to the ER or a Darwin award…

  15. chasm_b

    chasm_b said, 10 months ago

    @Think Mann

    “Your majesty, the colonials are revolting!”
    “They certainly are…”

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