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  1. patlaborvi commented on Doonesbury about 3 hours ago

    a customer once nervously asked me where the “Propalactics” were, I’d never heard that word used for condoms and had to ask him what they were, he kept himming and hawing over it, but I finally understood what he wanted and told him where to find them in the pharmecy department (I worked in the hardware department). I still wonder if he ever found the nerve to take them to the checkout. (Supposedly the guy was married because he kept saying his wife had asked him to pick up the condoms).

  2. patlaborvi commented on The Dinette Set about 4 hours ago

    On the rare occasion when I buy a lottery ticket it’s because I figure I can spare $1 and I figure the few seconds it takes me to scratch off the ticket is worth $1. I’ve never spent more than $1 when I do buy a ticket, and on the rare occasion I actually win a couple bucks I put it in my wallet and walk off. Actually it’s been about 5 years since I bought a ticket, but I still live by those rules.

  3. patlaborvi commented on The Born Loser about 4 hours ago

    That line wouldn’t work at Red Robin because they have the bottomless fries, when you finish one basket they give you another one for free.

  4. patlaborvi commented on Rabbits Against Magic 2 days ago

    Reminds me of the cartoon where Daffy turned Elmer’s house into the home of the future. Instead of having stairs the two of them stood in the middle of a square and Daffy stepped on a button to bring the upstairs downstairs. Then Elmer asks what happened to the first floor and Daffy says he doesn’t know, so lets find out, he hits the button with his foot again and the upstairs goes back up and everything that was on the first floor has been smashed.

  5. patlaborvi commented on Baldo 4 days ago

    I remember when I was working for a local department store and I got a raise 2 months earlier than the contract called for (actually I think it was a double raise). When I thanked the manager for the raise he said, “Well you desereve it, you’re always on time for work and the only time you miss work is when you’re actually sick and you always call in to let us know.” I always wondered about what that said about the other employees, because the way I saw it I was only doing my job, so did that say about the other employees?

    Another time I was doing factory work for the summer, between semesters at college. Up to that time my old employers had used the fact that I was only working for a short time and then going back to school meant they could skip me over for raises because they only considered me to be part time, even if I was puting in 40 hours or more a week. At this factory they were giving raise interviews about 2 or 3 weeks before I returned to school and when my name came up and they called me in for my interview I was surprised, I didn’t think they’d even bother with the interview. The first thing the boss did when I entered his office was to confirm that I was returning to college at the end of the month, once that was established he went on to tell me how happy they were with the work I was doing and then ended up giving me a nickle an hour raise, and this was after just a month of work with less then a month to go before I left (this was also back in the ’70’s when a nickle an hour could make a difference).

  6. patlaborvi commented on PreTeena 6 days ago

    This is obviously before Jerry gets a look at hunky Johnson Pinecone after he’s spent the summer working for her Grandparents.

  7. patlaborvi commented on Dick Tracy 7 days ago

    I haven’t really been following the comments on this story line so I don’t know if anyone’s commented on this yet or not. In the Final Solution Doyle was trying to kill off Holmes because he was bored with the charicter so he had Holmes and Morriarty kill each other in a fall from the falls, but years later he brought Holmes back and Holmes explained how he survived the plunge to the bottom of the falls, but realized that Morriaty’s associates had witnessed the fall but didn’t realize he’d survived so he spent the next few years working “below the radar” to destroy Morriaty’s criminal empire from the shadows. In the story line it almost sounds like Kadaver is trying to reinact the original fall without realizeing that Holmes survived the plunge.

  8. patlaborvi commented on Over the Hedge 8 days ago

    Actually, some people think that VanGough lost his ear in a bar fight and may have created the story about cutting it off himself because he thought it sounded more romantic

  9. patlaborvi commented on Cleats 8 days ago

    If I remember correctly, she was one of the Spice Girls, but I can’t remember which one.

  10. patlaborvi commented on Big Top 9 days ago

    is it just me, or do Wink and Marla have the same face?