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  1. Glenda Nash GoComics Pro Member commented on The Dinette Set 3 days ago

    Easter Grass is a relative of Christmas Tree Icicles that you find under a couch cushion in July.

  2. Glenda Nash GoComics Pro Member commented on The Dinette Set 6 days ago

    Our house, when we bought, it had the bathroom off the dining room. I said NO WAY! We relocated it next to our bedroom before we moved in. Also added two baths upstairs. (We own a small B and B. ) I think that Poo Pouri stuff is great! Also surprised Joy come up with a good idea! She MIGHT actually learn something from a House Tour. —Like how clean and neat a house should be.

  3. Glenda Nash GoComics Pro Member commented on The Dinette Set 15 days ago

    Hmm! There’s a typical “find it” on the tongue depressor container in the first panel but no find it! notice?? Someone slipped up?

  4. Glenda Nash GoComics Pro Member commented on The Dinette Set 28 days ago

    Monday! I think the artist is messing with us, The “find it” looks like an apple core—which I Can’t find! Bur there is something odd next to the doorbell that could be a “find it” but looks nothing like today’s F-_I?? Comments??

  5. Glenda Nash GoComics Pro Member commented on The Dinette Set about 1 month ago

    Retired Dude—No need to squint. Just click on the picture and then on the magnifying glass in center and voila -it enlarges and no squinting. This helps in finding the “find it” too. I’m surprised at avocado on shopping list. Would doubt they even know what it is or how to prepare or eat it. Maybe they were on sale??

  6. Glenda Nash GoComics Pro Member commented on The Dinette Set about 1 month ago

    They worry about the birds getting sick but Not about their family and friends?? How sick is THAT??

  7. Glenda Nash GoComics Pro Member commented on Calvin and Hobbes about 1 month ago

    My two sons, Rick and Tom to a T when they were about 8&6.
    A lot of their exploits led straight to the pediatrician and more stitches. This was back in the early 1960s and Docs stitched up patients in their office. The Doc once jokingly offered me a sterile kit to take home saying, “You’ve watched me stitch up these boys so many times you could just do this yourself”. :-) Rick is now a farmer and still gets stitches on a regular basis. Tom is an engineer so lives a little safer.

  8. Glenda Nash GoComics Pro Member commented on The Dinette Set about 1 month ago

    Now they’ve reached the LIMIT! NO Grandparent treats a grandchild like this! I think they may be aliens.

  9. Glenda Nash GoComics Pro Member commented on The Dinette Set 2 months ago

    S S loved your comments! I suppose someone like Burl who never reads could come up with wild answers. “The Little Mouse on the Prairie” would make a great title for a cute children’s book. By the way have never seen a book anywhere in the Penny home. I have walls of books in my living room, office and a small stack in our big kitchen and always at least one in the car.. Husband is a reader too. Between books and the computer it’s a wonder I ever get anything else done. The Pennys apparently don’t have a computer either .Having them get one and try to learn how to use it would be a good subject for some cartoons. Timmy could help them. :-)

  10. Glenda Nash GoComics Pro Member commented on Arlo and Janis 2 months ago

    Nothing wrong with a Western hat. Husband wears one a lot-felt in winter and straw in summer. Keeps off both snow and sun. Now he just needs boots to go with it. :-)