Everybody’s weird in at least one way. At least everybody worth knowing. I think that if I ever meet someone who was textbook “normal” in all ways, he would be really boring and we would go our separate ways in less than an hour.
A cheaper line from Souffle? I don’t think so. Major designers won’t use the same brand on their cheaper products. And Tiffany would know all about such a thing if it existed.
Agreed. I had a $20 “Patek Philippe” for years. Until it dropped on a tile floor and never ran again. I loved that watch – it had a rotating sun/moon dial, which is unfortunately not in fashion these days and therefore impossible to get anymore.
Call law enforcement. The FBI is big on arresting people who import counterfeit luxury goods.
I predict that they will and Anne will rat out her suppliers in exchange for a slap-on-the-wrist sentence, if for no reason other than so she can be used in a new plot point in a year or two.
If I want to buy a knock-off designer watch for $20 from some guy on 86th St, that’s my choice and no problem. Nobody is fooling anyone. If he tried to sell me that watch for $2000 (and I was dumb enough to believe him) then it’s a completely different story.
I love the sweatshirt that changes slogans.
How much can a set of paintbrushes cost? You don’t need to get expensive artist quality ones for a group of children. And if you say they’re for a day-care center, the store may even sell them to you for a discount (or maybe even for free).
Another strip where the joke is the same with or without Garfield.
An Jon – did anybody tell you you can shower while you’re waiting?
Like most of the regulars who post top-level comments every day. I really don’t understand why people keep on reading a strip that seems to create such an angry and mean response every day.
I guess they are just angry and mean people who take pleasure in expressing these feelings.
Sounds like she’s talking to all of the commenters here who love to abuse the character every day, but keep coming back for more.