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  1. Cay Cooke GoComics Pro Member commented on One Big Happy about 21 hours ago

    Good PC description. I’ve always loved the expression, “I’m not fat, I’m fluffy.” On another subject, “chronologically gifted” sounds better than “seniors” or other such.

  2. Cay Cooke GoComics Pro Member commented on Farcus about 1 month ago

    Three, here.

  3. Cay Cooke GoComics Pro Member commented on Glenn McCoy about 1 month ago

    Totally agree.

  4. Cay Cooke GoComics Pro Member commented on Garfield about 1 month ago

    My high school team in Daytona Beach, FL was the “Sandcrabs.” Don’t recall our cheer (too long ago!).

  5. Cay Cooke GoComics Pro Member commented on The Buckets about 1 month ago

    I echo everything you said, except my husband is no longer with us. Loved your comment!

  6. Cay Cooke GoComics Pro Member commented on Aunty Acid 3 months ago

    All good ideas.

  7. Cay Cooke GoComics Pro Member commented on The Buckets 3 months ago

    My parents and I enjoyed glasses of iced coffee on our back porch on hot afternoons in Daytona Beach, FL…in the 1930’s and ’40’s! Yum. I still drink it. Living alone now, when I make a pot of coffee, it lasts a couple of days, so I drink it cold then with a lot of flavored creamer and ice. Yum, again.

  8. Cay Cooke GoComics Pro Member commented on Moderately Confused 3 months ago

    Brings back memories. (Mother-of-twins)

  9. Cay Cooke GoComics Pro Member commented on Gray Matters 4 months ago

    I, too, slid my feet into these slots, and I’m 85! Usual “old lady’s” thin, bony feet, but no real problems. Are we lucky, or was there less risk than thought? (I liked to wiggle my toes, too!)

  10. Cay Cooke GoComics Pro Member commented on Reality Check 4 months ago

    I used to have a couple of pet peeve groups, but now, sadly, I have many. The one outstanding is “it’s” used as a possessive. Is it “hi’s” and “her’s”? No. Please. And don’t get me started on “went” and “gone,” used interchangeably! On the subject involving “got,” a primer I had in elementary school said, “‘Got’ is a weed in the garden of words.” Obviously, I never forgot that—and I’m now 85! I know I can be accused of being pedantic, but I do love our language,