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Cul de Sac by Richard Thompson

Cul de Sac

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  1. celecca GoComics Pro Member commented on Understanding Chaos about 11 hours ago

    Miguelito – I’d make sure Santa didn’t miss you.

  2. celecca GoComics Pro Member commented on MythTickle about 11 hours ago

    Made my Christmas, this did. Didn’t see the Grinch this year. Merry Christmas to all!

  3. celecca GoComics Pro Member commented on Molly and the Bear about 11 hours ago

    Merry Christmas to all, and I’d love to eat some choc-chip cookies now. So please loan me your Uncle Walter.

  4. celecca GoComics Pro Member commented on Loose Parts about 11 hours ago

    What? It’s Epiphany already?

  5. celecca GoComics Pro Member commented on The LeftyBosco Picture Show about 11 hours ago

    Is the frog named “Christmas?” Is the monkey going to float away? Will the trees softly whisper, “We’ll have a blue Christmas without you”?


    Honestly, this was the first thing I thought when I saw this. Merry Christmas Lefty and gang!

  6. celecca GoComics Pro Member commented on HUBRIS! about 11 hours ago

    Sometimes you have to treat YOURSELF to a little gift of gotcha, ya know?

  7. celecca GoComics Pro Member commented on Molly and the Bear 2 days ago

    so good to see you’re back!

  8. celecca GoComics Pro Member commented on Dog Eat Doug 5 days ago

    Raptor Center is a nice place. “Knew” it when it was just hatching.

  9. celecca GoComics Pro Member commented on Maria's Day 12 days ago

    When my niece was about 3, the family went to a restaurant for lunch. I leaned back and tickled my niece’s tummy when we finished and said, “Oh, your tummy is so nice and round. You must have liked your lunch!” She looked at my tummy, and replied, “Then you must have REALLY liked yours!” I thought it was hilarious, but her mom – not so much. She scolded my niece for being rude.

  10. celecca GoComics Pro Member commented on Working Daze 16 days ago

    I’m a wee bit dense today, but why would snow make pagans or druids uncomfortable? Or is this one of those “making a ridiculous statement to illustrate a ridiculous practice” sort of things?