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  1. ana_demeter commented on Yenny Lopez almost 6 years ago

    Interesting how Kelso is rolling up his sleeve when he’s not wearing a shirt…

  2. ana_demeter commented on FoxTrot Classics almost 6 years ago

    Rakkav take it from me- we unpaid housebound domestic service people need to keep up a sprightly pace to keep things ticking over. A load of laundry is not necessarily just “a load of laundry” but more of a pre-emptive strike!

  3. ana_demeter commented on Calvin and Hobbes almost 6 years ago

    aerwalt said: “If I had known that Grandkids were so great, I would have had them first.”

    I’ve seen that slogan on a T-shirt and thought it was a good idea. So I married a man twice my age and now have grandkids without having the years of torment raising kids! It’s a win-win IMHO!

  4. ana_demeter commented on Stone Soup almost 6 years ago

    Is that sarcasm I smell, Macushlalondra?

  5. ana_demeter commented on Bloom County almost 6 years ago

    There’s a hilarious BC on Yahell! http://news.yahoo.com/comics/bloomcounty;ylt=AioP0sY2sjYDv8l475Xhh7lcLQF

  6. ana_demeter commented on New Adventures of Queen Victoria almost 6 years ago

    OK- anyone want to do a quick summary for those of us across the pond?

  7. ana_demeter commented on Stone Soup almost 6 years ago

    lightenup said: If there was sound in comics, all of the music and noise and laughing came to a screeching halt.

    Exactly. I actually heard the sound of a record scratching to dead silence rofl!

  8. ana_demeter commented on New Adventures of Queen Victoria almost 6 years ago

    I don’t care if it’s cheap humour- having a pop at the Prince’s “consort” always gives me a giggle!

  9. ana_demeter commented on PreTeena almost 6 years ago

    Well I guessed right that it was Dad she was after, and it looks like she’s inherited his artistic streak- in the way she interprets what he tells her at least lol!

  10. ana_demeter commented on FoxTrot Classics almost 6 years ago

    JFri said: Yeah, well, let government run everybody’s lives and THAT’S what you get! CHAOS!!

    I think it has more to do with social structures inhibiting women in suffocating roles than anything to do with the government. You could argue that those girls are more liberated than they are in the West.

    stands back and watches the fray ensue ;-)<