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  1. Evil Rat commented on Get Fuzzy 11 months ago

    Sausage = banger(s).
    Cracking = good or great.
    Laughing gear = mouth.

  2. Evil Rat commented on Dude and Dude 11 months ago


    Tazer-time is coming…..

  3. Evil Rat commented on Dude and Dude 11 months ago


    Tazer-time is coming…..

  4. Evil Rat commented on Get Fuzzy 11 months ago

    I must watch too much BBC and other Brit shows, cause I figured out most of these strips so far…. Did have some question about ‘gormy’, but I figured it for the equivalent of ‘idjit’ or any number of other intellect related insults.

  5. Evil Rat commented on Calvin and Hobbes 11 months ago

    I set an alarm. Yes I had an alarm when I was 6, and every Friday, I would set it to 6:50am so i could get up in time to watch “The Looney Tunes Show”. This was way back before the PC & child psychology crowd ruined cartoons with “Politically Correct” images & sounds, along with most of the “violence”, guns, axes, knives, etc..

    After Bugs Bunny and friends were done, there was Ton & Jerry on another channel to watch …. and I’m old enough to remember “Old Mammy Two-Slippers” as one of the main characters – even if she wasn’t actually named in the cartoon(I learned the name years later). If you do manage to see one of the old Tom & Jerry cartoons on T.V. now, odds are pretty good you will not see any with “Mammy” in them, due to the PC crowd complaining about it.

    On the other hand, during any other day of the week, my alarm may or may not have been set for the time my parents thought I should be up. In fact, my mother learned to sneak in and reset my alarm after I fell asleep by the time I hit 7. I promptly started ‘hiding’ the alarm in different places around the room. This little ‘war’ continued until I was about 9, I think.

  6. Evil Rat commented on Lio 11 months ago

    My best ‘door knocker day’ ever was the day they came to my door when I was wearing a Halloween costume for a party. Long black cloak(with a deep hood) over blue jeans, heavy boots, a T-shirt that was smeared with stageblood, and carrying a LARGE machete … also covered in blood(it was in a clear plastic bag).
    Had some real nice make-up on too. It was for the final dress rehearsal party for a local haunted house – I was supposed to be a homicidal machete murderer.

    The Witnesses just went kinda pale, stammered something about a meeting that night, stuffed a pamphlet in my empty hand and quickly walked off…..

  7. Evil Rat commented on B.C. about 1 year ago

    I dropped my cable subscription over five years ago. Missed it for about two months, then I started reading more books, renting the movies I wanted to see, and playing the occasional free game on the web.

    For the shows I’d like to see, I just wait for Netflix to get each season, block out a weekend, and watch it – no commercials.
    The $7.99/month I pay for the basic Netflix is well worth the cost.

  8. Evil Rat commented on Calvin and Hobbes about 1 year ago

    My father created a monster. It is me.

    When i was about 12 or so, he got the idea to put some ice down my shorts one summer.

    A few days later …. well lets just say that kids can be VERY inventive.
    I put some crushed ice down the back of his shirt. This shirt just happened to be tucked into his pants. during the process of him trying to get the ice out, the ice managed to make it’s way into his shorts.

    Thus, was the beginnings of the “Frozen Wedgie” born.

    A few years, later…..

    Ice(preferably CRUSHED)….
    Insert at back of a tucked in shirt.
    Grab pants(and underwear), pull AWAY from the body.
    Shake shirt with ‘Ice’ hand.
    Preform standard “wedgie” maneuver, making certain to allow pants to slip out of grip while still holding underwear.

    Run fast, run far……

    The “Frozen Wedgie” in it’s most developed form yet.

  9. Evil Rat commented on Calvin and Hobbes over 1 year ago

    In grade school, I’d come home after school and do my homework while watching re-runs of M*A*S*H until my parents came home from work.
    About the only side effect noticed by anyone is that I tend to be cynical and sarcastic……..

  10. Evil Rat commented on Off the Mark over 1 year ago

    LOOK! It’s Lucy van Pelt in her retirement years!