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  1. monkeybuttons commented on For Better or For Worse over 1 year ago

    My baby sister had a hamster. I’ll never forget what she said one day with a huge smile: “If I squeeze him real hard his eyes bulge!”

  2. monkeybuttons commented on Calvin and Hobbes over 1 year ago

    Still can’t get over “zounds” from yesterdays strip.

  3. monkeybuttons commented on Get Fuzzy almost 2 years ago

    Did that once. In college I held a door for a girl and someone opened the door in front of me in the mean time. I ran into that one edge on, just like Satch. Hurt like #%!! too.

  4. monkeybuttons commented on Tom Toles over 2 years ago

    Oops! Didn’t realize the asterisks made something bold. Sorry everyone.

  5. monkeybuttons commented on Tom Toles over 2 years ago

    Sorry, off the topic of the comments, but…

    clapping for Tom Toles As a scientist I find this comic really funny. And spot on.

  6. monkeybuttons commented on Pat Oliphant over 2 years ago

    As an independent that usually leans Republican, I see that BOTH parties are to blame. The Dems were more concerned with Health Care Reform during Obama’s first years in the White House, and the Repubs are simply holding the economy back because their “number one priority is retaking the White House” (a repub said that, but I don’t remember who).

  7. monkeybuttons commented on Peanuts over 2 years ago

    Lucy reminds me of my sister! Creepy.

  8. monkeybuttons commented on Pearls Before Swine almost 3 years ago

    @rgcviper

    That’s exactly what I thought, and I’m certain that’s part of what made this one of the funniest in the strip for a while (for me anyway).

  9. monkeybuttons commented on Close to Home almost 3 years ago

    There are some scary repair shops, but there are reputable ones too. Also, for those of you who have never fixed “whining” or “grinding” noise, especially an intermittent one, you really have no idea how difficult and hit-or-miss it can be. It’s easy to be critical. But I admit, I learned how to repair my own vehicles for fear of things like this happening (and not having to pay for labor).