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  1. gallar commented on Get Fuzzy 21 days ago

    A cow and a Republican walked into an airport bathroom and the Republican said, “Why, Cheri! Long time no see. Tony OK?…”

  2. gallar commented on Get Fuzzy 2 months ago

    “a bit confused with his lines”?

    he’s had eight flippin’ years to learn ’em…..!

  3. gallar commented on Pearls Before Swine 3 months ago

    I lamented that my remote’s batteries would fall out, until I met a man who changed his channels by hand.
    (Sherlock Watson)

    I lamented changing channels by hand until I met a man who had no TV.

    I lamented having no TV until I met a man who had no head!

  4. gallar commented on Get Fuzzy 4 months ago

    Correct collective noun ought to be a stew of rabbits. Ideally involving shallots, red wine, celeriac, mushrooms….

  5. gallar commented on Pearls Before Swine 4 months ago

    In many cases the ‘wrong’ yankee spelling is more true to the spelling from England three hundred or more years ago. Quite a few of the odd British spellings (favour, color, humour for example) only stem from Victorian days when the spelling was formalised in what they felt was a more ‘refined’ way.

    Also in many cases it was only in the same Victorian days that ‘rude’ word in English actually became ‘rude’!

    As to English weather -we have that in lieu of climate, and for English cuisine our bread is the best in the world if you make sure of staying a good bargepole distance clear of the Chorleywood process rubbish!

  6. gallar commented on Bloom County 4 months ago

    I understand they also had to consider making the line “…where you drink sparkling white wine from a particular region of France that starts with the letters C-h, and it tastes just like cherry cola. C-O-L-A cola” so as not to allow product placement of the said (or unsaid?) sparkling fizz…..

  7. gallar commented on Pearls Before Swine 5 months ago

    Following the UK elections couple of weeks ago, there was a demonstration/riot by the socialist supporters of the defeated party (232 seats versus the winners’ 331 absolute majority – ambiguous victory apparently in lefty-math?) which among other things included defacing (with foul language) a war memorial dedicated to the women who served in the Second World War.

    For the usual rent-a-quote lefty apologists, the argument can be summed up as the standard whine of the six year old brat – “Now look what you made me do”.

  8. gallar commented on Bloom County 5 months ago

    A pleasant anticipatory daydream “what if” for a few days at a bunch less than the cost of a single cup of coffee that lasts what? Five minutes? Ten? (and slowly poisons you too in the nicest posible way, of course).

    The real problems come when Mister Joseph Sixpack includes lotteries in long term financial planning!

  9. gallar commented on Pearls Before Swine about 1 year ago


    No need for the despair because it does NOT apply to everyone. I for instance never lie. Detectably.

  10. gallar commented on Get Fuzzy about 1 year ago

    “mouth” is indeed “laughing gear” (or sometimes “laughing tackle”) in England. In Scotland, “mouth” is “blaming the ruddy English for everything from the weather to the failures of national sporting sides gear”…… especially at the moment.