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  1. denniesim commented on Emmy Lou about 1 month ago

    I miss Emmy Lou.

  2. denniesim commented on Emmy Lou 4 months ago

    And yet, I’m happy to see the new picture. I hope we’ll be able to read future comics.

  3. denniesim commented on Emmy Lou 6 months ago

    Yay! Welcome back, Emmy Lou! My favorite.

  4. denniesim commented on Emmy Lou over 1 year ago

    Is this the end then? Can they rerun them from the beginning? Seems like this wasn’t available here for very long.

  5. denniesim commented on Emmy Lou over 1 year ago

    This must be it then. No more strips? I wish they would replay them from the start.

  6. denniesim commented on 2 Cows and a Chicken almost 2 years ago

    She must have returned the prod after the “lesson.”

  7. denniesim commented on Emmy Lou almost 2 years ago

    I’ve said something before, but I just have to say I’m really enjoying this strip! I love looking at the fashions and I love the artistry of the drawing. You can almost smell the breeze and the fresh night air ruffling the curtains! I imagine that Emmy Lou and her friends are about my age. Hard to tell, but they are wearing what I wore when I was young, and those styles fell ‘out’ pretty soon.

  8. denniesim commented on The Meaning of Lila almost 2 years ago

    Queen Victoria supposedly said about s** that she would lie there and think of England.

  9. denniesim commented on Andy Capp almost 2 years ago

    A varouca (however it’s spelled) is what a plantar wart us called in England.

  10. denniesim commented on Betty almost 2 years ago

    Shoes really aren’t any protection from a rotary lawn mower. My husband had on work shoes (not steel toes) and cut the front part of his foot off. His foot slipped when trying to mow a steep drainage d itch type thing. Doc said sneakers would have held his foot together better, but steel toed shoes would have mangled things beyond repIr. As it was, they were able to reattach everything. Not quite good as new, but still there.