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I have trained out dog not to jump and / or lick anyone, unless, she is petted and even then she looks for permission. I just hate, hate when people’s dogs do that when we visit them..Now that my 92 year old Mother lives with us and we have daily care workers coming in, they all appreciate that our dog doesn’t “greet” them, since some of them are really scared of dogs because of previous bad experiences.
StelBel: thanks for the laugh, and much as I love Poncho, your “5th panel” always makes my day.
Oh, Poncho, you did it again: made me burst out laughing… Blue dog was better than ever, too
@summerdog: IA with your reply to Rebel Strike. Usually I don’t read long winded posts, but since today I have a lot of time to waste, I did and laughed out loud at the wrong generalizations and ridiculous conclusions
That’s what she was going for: an exaggerated reaction.
Hi again: StelBel, your art and posters are just as funny as ever.
It is great coming to this site because everyone seems to have so much fun and the comments add to the enjoyment of this strip’s jokes.
I just looked it up in Wikipedia: …when school begins in fall but have yet to advance a grade. In the early 2000s (Post 2003, pre 2005), Heart is second grade, yet in a 2009 September strip, Dean claims there is nothing better than a fourth grader at a first grade table, hinting they may be fourth grade, hence slowly progressing in age.
From observing grim looking people as they age, they have more jowls and scowls and look so much older than their age. A smile takes away at least 15 years when you are 90 years old…
Read the poster: 2nd and 3rd grade…Both of them are in 3rd, from the past commix stories…
Yes, it is true, from about 11 to about 19 my son was a bottomlesss pit. He would have a snack before supper, consisiting of a fair sized sandwich (a la Dagwood) and then have supper and then about two hours later a snack during studying, and a snack after… Even if I cooked with the thought of having the leftovers for next day’s supper, like a tuna casserole, or a lazagna, he would finish 3/4 of the dish so he would have the small leftover portion for his school lunch the next day… He drank milk by the gallon. We used to buy about 10 a week…He never cared for snack type of foods, like chips, or soda pop, even today… He doesn’t eat like that anymore. He was always into sports and all kinds of fitness, and never got overweight. We used to buy about 250 lbs of potatoes, and 100 lbs of onions, from a farmer to last us the winter, and we bought apples and pears by the bushel. Not anymore, now that it is only my husband & I at home, we sure spend a lot less on food, to say the least…