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  1. fontlady GoComics Pro Member commented on Bob the Squirrel 25 days ago

    She’s a grown woman yet she can’t figure out that she’s low on creamer and buy more herself before she runs out completely?

  2. fontlady GoComics Pro Member commented on Human Cull about 1 month ago

    It’s even worse when they are going through the drive through and they usually have huge orders during peak times.

  3. fontlady GoComics Pro Member commented on Red and Rover about 1 month ago

    I make it a point to carry a bit of cash in the summer so I can help support and encourage young business kids.

  4. fontlady GoComics Pro Member commented on Minimum Security 3 months ago

    Or just be like Bunnista and steal someone else’s carrots after they have done the work to produce them.

    Ever read “The Little Red Hen”?

  5. fontlady GoComics Pro Member commented on Thatababy 3 months ago

    Try these:

    http://www.endoftheinternet.com/

    http://hmpg.net/

    http://www.1112.net/lastpage.html

    I didn’t find one with a kitten on it though.

  6. fontlady GoComics Pro Member commented on Candorville 4 months ago

    Cops used to tell my husband, “Nice car. It would look great parked in your driveway. Why don’t you put it there?”

  7. fontlady GoComics Pro Member commented on Prickly City 4 months ago

    I don’t.
    ::insert evil laughter here::

  8. fontlady GoComics Pro Member commented on Minimum Security 4 months ago

    Jesus never said it at all.

    That particular phrase was first used by Louis Blanc in 1839, in “The Organization of Work” and later popularized by Karl Marx in his 1875 “Critique of the Gotha Program”.

  9. fontlady GoComics Pro Member commented on Adam@Home 5 months ago

    I sprayed Lysol because the kids had seen commercials on TV about well it killed germs.

  10. fontlady GoComics Pro Member commented on Monty 6 months ago

    My daughter was a “waver” for 3 years. She made more money for the amount of time worked than I do. She not only got a substantial raise every year but, as their top waver, they put her in charge of hiring the other wavers her third year. Not bad for a kid that had just graduated from high school. When she was out waving in the snow people would drive across the street to McDonald’s and buy her hot chocolate. Some people even gave her tips because they said she always brightened their day with her smiles and waves. She also got job offers from other business owners because they said they knew that she would be a good employee. If it had been full time instead of seasonal, she would probably still be out waving.