Sorry, TOBY. Gag reflex not included in the agreed price.
(But you are probably right about Apple….)
Who could not love Beatrice the Impaler?1
Leopold, that’s who. Foolish boy!
I remember “September 27” from way back in my school days. Very pretty library assistant dropped her pencil. I picked it up for her. End of story, sadly….
Probably just as well that Rat does not get behind the steering wheel of a car! And, yes, that probably does signify a low credit score….
Lovely! (So to speak.)
Cloudy over Chicagoland, and reportedly also over southern Illinois where there was supposed to 100% total eclipse….
Those ants are awfully clever, phoning in an order for a tanker of corn syrup on Monty’s tab!
Pay the man, Monty, and have the syrup delivered into the nearest anthill….
Or else you’ll face the Wrath of the Ants!
Some might cite “low print runs=high unit prices,” but the truth is textbooks have captive readerships and print runs that equal or surpass those of many “popular” publications such as novels or, worse, books of poetry. It’s hard to see it it as anything other than a racket.
Generally, I like kebobs (or even kabobs); but a “Lio-kebob” with mac & cheese really doesn’t appeal.
I wonder whose side Eva Rose will take? The Alien Lunch Ladies’ side, or her despised would-be courtier’s?
I remain a Faithful Reader, but I am quite confused. I have no idea what is going on here, or even if there really is a storyline….
Vague is right!
And Tucker has counted coup in his reading!