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  1. missanyssa commented on Garfield about 8 hours ago

    Jon! Thank YOUR lucky stars he didn’t wish for a pan of lasagna!!

  2. missanyssa commented on Doonesbury 1 day ago

    Phred was not from China.

  3. missanyssa commented on Garfield 11 days ago

    shoulda said, “That ’snout the question!”
    (I just HAD to say it!)

  4. missanyssa commented on Garfield 19 days ago

    Sufferin’ succotash, what a thing to say!!
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  5. missanyssa commented on B.C. 20 days ago

    30° in Tallahassee this morning… but this is North Florida!

  6. missanyssa commented on Garfield 26 days ago

    Just another day at the laboratory.

  7. missanyssa commented on Garfield about 1 month ago

    Throw him some lasagna! QUICK!! …or doughnuts!

  8. missanyssa commented on Doonesbury about 1 month ago

    Ha! Reminded me of Deborah Walley in “Gidget Goes Hawaiian” when she was fantasizing about being a ’fallen" woman.

  9. missanyssa commented on B.C. about 1 month ago

    I talk to the trees but they don’t listen to me.
    -Lerner and Lowe

  10. missanyssa commented on Doonesbury about 1 month ago

    Donovan is in my mind, " Electrical banana
    Is gonna be a sudden craze
    Electrical banana
    Is bound to be the very next phase

    They call it mellow yellow (Quite rightly)
    They call me mellow yellow (Quite rightly)
    They call me mellow yellow"
    The song was rumoured to be about smoking dried banana skins, which was believed to be a hallucinogenic drug in the 1960s, though this aspect of bananas has since been debunked.5 According to Donovan’s notes accompanying the album Donovan’s Greatest Hits, the rumour that one could get high from smoking dried banana skins was started by Country Joe McDonald in 1966, and Donovan heard the rumour three weeks before “Mellow Yellow” was released as a single. According to The Rolling Stone Illustrated Encyclopedia of Rock and Roll, he admitted later the song made reference to a vibrator; an “electrical banana” as mentioned in the lyrics.6 This definition was re-affirmed in an interview with NME magazine: “it’s about being cool, laid-back, and also the electrical bananas that were appearing on the scene – which were ladies’ vibrators.”7