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  1. Snoopy_Fan commented on For Better or For Worse 5 days ago

    Love is a verb. In reality, it’s more about what you do than what you feel. Feelings are nice but feelings are fickle.

  2. Snoopy_Fan commented on Peanuts 5 days ago

    And I’ve read more intelligent comments.

  3. Snoopy_Fan commented on Peanuts 5 days ago

    Yeah? So where are your helmets, Peppermint Patty?

  4. Snoopy_Fan commented on Peanuts 9 days ago

    LOL!

  5. Snoopy_Fan commented on Peanuts 10 days ago

    Yep. I’m tired again. I’ve also had the flu (or something like it) so I took three days off work this week to recover. I’m starting to feel better now. Still have a cough and a bit of nasal and chest congestion but overall, I feel much better.


    I love all of your avatars. Especially any of them that are pictures of you. Always good to see you!


    I always enjoy your comments here at GoComics, especially Peanuts. (I don’t always get to read comments on other comics but I always try to read the comments here.) Hope your weekend is great! Talk to you soon!
    ♥♥♥

  6. Snoopy_Fan commented on Pearls Before Swine 12 days ago

    LOL! Good one!

  7. Snoopy_Fan commented on Andy Capp 13 days ago

    Thanks!

  8. Snoopy_Fan commented on Andy Capp 13 days ago

    When I was a teenager, my grandmother was resting in our Living Room. I was playing the piano. Some songs I played were ones I had written. After one of the songs, she asked, “Did you write that?” Thinking she was impressed, I said, “Yep.” She said, “Sounds like it.”

  9. Snoopy_Fan commented on Peanuts 17 days ago

    My week has been exhausting. I’m already getting ready for bed. :-)


    I loved the picture of you at 15! The curly hair looks great on you! And my computer screen survives. LOL


    I am very tired so I’m going to hit the sack. I hope you have a wonderful weekend.
    xxx

  10. Snoopy_Fan commented on Peanuts 17 days ago

    Keep your chin up, Snoopy. Dr. Seuss’ first book was rejected many times before he finally received an acceptance letter.