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  1. amaryllis2 commented on The Argyle Sweater about 23 hours ago

    Chill out.

  2. amaryllis2 commented on Arlo and Janis 5 days ago

    Pride. She didn’t have the vase at the ready, the flowers will wilt (especially if it’s a hot day), and the speed-wilting will be because she didn’t properly prepare before cutting them.

  3. amaryllis2 commented on Arlo and Janis 6 days ago

    I think you all are missing the point entirely—I don’t think she stole them, I think she picked them from her own garden without being prepared with a vase. When you clip a rose you’re supposed to put it immediately into water or the speed at which they wilt is impressive. Snip. Dip.

  4. amaryllis2 commented on The Duplex 8 days ago

    I love today’s strip—thank you.

  5. amaryllis2 commented on Red and Rover 9 days ago

    Love it!

  6. amaryllis2 commented on Rudy Park 18 days ago

    Household chore… that’s funny!

  7. amaryllis2 commented on Arlo and Janis 21 days ago

    @Reppr: I have a friend who told me his Fuji apple tree didn’t set fruit last year; mine did, but I told him I’d seen the squirrels eating them from the moment they hit fingernail size. Not my sour-apple tree, just the sweet Fujis. His probably did set fruit just fine. The way I finally found to keep the critters off the fruit? Snap plastic produce clamshells over the apples so they can’t get at it. When they got near ripe last year, the raccoons were prying the boxes open in the night till I started taping them shut. I wanted my apples!

  8. amaryllis2 commented on Lio 21 days ago

    Or maybe that should be carbon, basted.

  9. amaryllis2 commented on Lio 21 days ago

    Thus proving that robots can be friends with carbon-based life forms.

  10. amaryllis2 commented on Rose is Rose 21 days ago

    Safflower seeds for keeping squirrels off the feeders.