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  1. MochaJane GoComics Pro Member commented on Bob the Squirrel 9 days ago

    The kindest thing you can do for your best friend! Hurts like a b*tch though.

  2. MochaJane GoComics Pro Member commented on Bob the Squirrel about 1 month ago

    Truly, friends forever……….

  3. MochaJane GoComics Pro Member commented on Last Kiss 4 months ago

    What are you? 10 years old?

  4. MochaJane GoComics Pro Member commented on New Adventures of Queen Victoria 5 months ago

    emjacee, here it is: http://www.kshb.com/lifestyle/food/food-selfies-may-be-to-blame-for-long-restaurant-wait

  5. MochaJane GoComics Pro Member commented on Bewley 5 months ago

    what is sledging?

  6. MochaJane GoComics Pro Member commented on Dogs of C-Kennel 6 months ago

    the same reason the smaller the dog the bigger they think they are.

  7. MochaJane GoComics Pro Member commented on Francis 6 months ago

    I look at the pictures!

  8. MochaJane GoComics Pro Member commented on Barney & Clyde 6 months ago

    Get over yourself, it was a TV show.

  9. MochaJane GoComics Pro Member commented on Lucky Cow 6 months ago

    Well that’s a lovely sentiment for Christmas day!

  10. MochaJane GoComics Pro Member commented on Fred Basset 6 months ago

    The tradition of wearing hats at parties goes back to the Roman Saturnalia celebrations (celebrated around 25 December) when the participants also wore hats.

    The idea of wearing a paper crown may have originated from the Twelfth Night celebrations, where a King or Queen was appointed to look over the proceedings.

    The paper crown hats we wear today are found inside the Christmas crackers. Crackers are very traditional items to have at Christmas. A cracker consists of a cardboard tube wrapped in a brightly decorated twist of paper, making it resemble an oversized sweet-wrapper. The cracker is pulled by two people and each one contains a small toy, a joke or motto, and a tissue-paper crown hat, usually a crown.