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  1. Strod commented on Over the Hedge about 16 hours ago

    Verne dances?
     
    Yes. At night. In his dreams. With an imaginary friend.

  2. Strod commented on One Big Happy about 16 hours ago

    Re: today’s strip at Creators or Arcamax:
    My dictionary also says that the origin of the name is “probably because the fruits grow in clusters.”
     
    But that doesn’t make any sense. All citruses I know, which are at least 10 or more, grow in “clusters”, at least as much as grapefruits do.
     
    In fact, the grapefruit is a hybrid of pomelo and sweet orange, and of course both of those grow in clusters (again, at leas as much as grapefruits).

  3. Strod commented on One Big Happy 5 days ago

    Agreed. I really can’t relate to the strip today.

  4. Strod commented on Monty 5 days ago

    Bigfoot not only vanished from the table. He somehow took with him the two sandwiches and the chips they were all eating.

  5. Strod commented on HUBRIS! 5 days ago

    Wait… today is Thursday, which means that we’ll be kept hanging until next Monday!
     
    (Unless of course if you go to the Hubris website and read the strips there, but then you spoil all the suspense… Decisions, decisions…)

  6. Strod commented on The Fusco Brothers 6 days ago

    @Gregory Kruse
    Nabuquduriuzhur ?

  7. Strod commented on Monty 7 days ago

    Agreed, agreed.

  8. Strod commented on Adam@Home 8 days ago

    So… if he would have chosen hockey he would not have a job?

  9. Strod commented on One Big Happy 8 days ago

    35 years old is a very reasonable age to have kids, at least for a man.
     
    If Nick had Frank at 35 and Frank had Ruthie at 36 (and Joe at 34, averaging 35), then Nick would be 71 when Ruthie was born, and 77 “now”.
     
    Could he be younger? Of course. But he could be even older, and the ages would still make sense. The inconsistency is only in your head.

  10. Strod commented on Monty 8 days ago

    Wasn’t someone “complaining” that this strip frequently features what seem to be placements for specific real products?
     
    Well, there’s another one today…