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  1. streetlight2 commented on Fred Basset 5 days ago

    If He mows the lawn and trims the bushes it will make it easier for Fred to dig for his bone.

  2. streetlight2 commented on Fred Basset 19 days ago

    Do they serve sausages at an English tea? Then again, Fred is omnivorous.

  3. streetlight2 commented on Fred Basset about 1 month ago

    Double meaning in the term too hot to handle: physically at a high temperature and, like stolen booty, too well known or valuable to find a fence who will buy it.

  4. streetlight2 commented on Fred Basset about 1 month ago

    The lawn won’t look “well executed” very long. There must be a bone buried under it somewhere requiring the digging of many pot holes to find by you know who.

  5. streetlight2 commented on Fred Basset 2 months ago

    Fred, the mind reader!

  6. streetlight2 commented on Fred Basset 3 months ago

    Unintended consequences.

  7. streetlight2 commented on Fred Basset 3 months ago

    Seems like Fred should be able to jump over the second step if he could get up on the first one. Oh, wait… , with those short legs and large body mass, maybe not. Looking for a hole in the hedge may be more productive.

  8. streetlight2 commented on Fred Basset 4 months ago

    Fred might be a little bit in trouble tracking that dirt into the house.

  9. streetlight2 commented on Fred Basset 5 months ago

    The next word could be something like dinner, lunch or food. That’ll turn any dog back.

  10. streetlight2 commented on Fred Basset 5 months ago

    In the UK, are dogs allowed in retail establishments? In the USA, only service dogs are allowed in. Also, in the USA there seems to be a regular swinging door next to the rotating door which doesn’t seem evident in this strip. Imagine someone who’s handicapped – i. e., uses a walker, wheel chair, crutches or cane – trying to manage one of those rotating doors.