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Ginger Meggs by Jason Chatfield

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  1. SydneyCityTV commented on Ginger Meggs 18 days ago

    Just exactly what happened here, I really don’t want to know!

  2. SydneyCityTV commented on Ginger Meggs about 1 month ago

    Merry Christmas everyone, especially to our fantastic cartoonist Jason who will be celebrating his first Christmas in New York if I’m not mistaken! :)

  3. SydneyCityTV commented on Ginger Meggs about 1 month ago

    As someone who obviously lives there, I can confirm that Australia officially celebrates Christmas (in mostly warm Weather) on December 25 like the rest of the world does! ;)

  4. SydneyCityTV commented on Ginger Meggs 3 months ago

    Nice name reference there! ;)

    Although if I’m not mistaken, didn’t Mr Canehard used to be known as Mr Flogswell (and there’s another one) back in the old and possibly less so politically correct era of Ginger Meggs? Or was Flogswell a different teacher to Canehard?

  5. SydneyCityTV commented on Ginger Meggs 3 months ago

    Ginger’s last spider bite (where ironically, Ginger thought he was Spiderman for a while!) was just over a year ago now. See the 28/10/2013 strip. ;)

  6. SydneyCityTV commented on Ginger Meggs 3 months ago

    Probably not. The sizes of cinema popcorn often outweigh those of the drinks, even though I personally prefer more of the latter.

    As for today’s comic, thank God that Ginger didn’t get the large popcorn! I think that’s far too much even for two people to share! :O

  7. SydneyCityTV commented on Ginger Meggs 3 months ago

    @Boise Ed

    Yes, I was indeed referring to the anniversary (the 93rd, to be precise) of Ginger Meggs’ first appearance in a comic strip. :)

    If I’m not mistaken, Ginger Meggs was actually a Sunday-only comic strip for many, many years. I don’t think that Ginger Meggs dailies existed at all until the Early-Mid 1990s, around halfway or so through the James Kemsley era.

    The daily and Sunday strips of Ginger Meggs are generally considered as separate entities. In some markets, one newspaper may have the rights to the dailies while another prints the Sunday strip.

  8. SydneyCityTV commented on Ginger Meggs 3 months ago

    I don’t think that it’s a coincidence that the 1921 reference in today’s Ginger Meggs comes two weeks before…I’ll let you figure out the rest. ;)

  9. SydneyCityTV commented on Ginger Meggs 3 months ago

    Oh dear, I really don’t want to imagine what’s going to happen after Mr Canehard reads Ginger’s test! :S

  10. SydneyCityTV commented on Ginger Meggs 3 months ago

    I really can’t believe that the Principal (and Mr C.) has only just noticed that Ginge has been giving joke answers in his Grammar and Collective Noun tests when he’s been doing it for years! :)