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  1. ValancyCarmody GoComics Pro Member commented on Speed Bump 3 days ago

    “Sometimes I laugh so hard, the tears run down my legs!”

  2. ValancyCarmody GoComics Pro Member commented on 2 Cows and a Chicken 17 days ago

    just use The Force, chicken

  3. ValancyCarmody GoComics Pro Member commented on Luann 18 days ago

    I tried this, and it was the neatest coolest funnest thing I EVER did.

    And even if there is a power failure, the machine doesn’t stop all at once, just like your ceiling fan doesn’t stop moving when you turn the switch off. The air flow slows down gradually and you have a safe descent.

  4. ValancyCarmody GoComics Pro Member commented on The Meaning of Lila 4 months ago

    The high school rule is to make the kids drive slowly

  5. ValancyCarmody GoComics Pro Member commented on Beardo 4 months ago

    Didn’t we see this one last summer?

  6. ValancyCarmody GoComics Pro Member commented on Candorville 4 months ago

    I’m female, grew up with 7 people sharing one bathroom. My dad and brothers are all selfish lazy pigs who wouldn’t dream of putting the seat back down. So I grew up with NO expectation that the seat ever would be down. That was the most useful life lesson I ever learned! Now if I walk into the bathroom and find the seat up, I truly don’t care at all.

  7. ValancyCarmody GoComics Pro Member commented on Herb and Jamaal 4 months ago

    “suppose to”???

  8. ValancyCarmody GoComics Pro Member commented on Grand Avenue 6 months ago

    It’s not over yet, anyway. It lasts for 12 days.

  9. ValancyCarmody GoComics Pro Member commented on Rubes 6 months ago

    He’s a veteran.

  10. ValancyCarmody GoComics Pro Member commented on The Elderberries 7 months ago

    I make this every big holiday meal.
    1. Drain a can of pineapple rings. Return pineapple to the can.
    2. Mix a small package of green jello, but when it’s time to add the cold water, only use half as much as the package directs.
    3. Pour the liquid jello into the can with the pineapples, filling to the brim. (There will be some jello left over.)
    4. Refrigerate until set.
    5. Cut out the bottom of the can and push out the jello. You will have a can-shaped blob of jello with pineapple rings neatly lined up inside it.

    I learned this in 7th grade home ec in the mid 60s.