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  1. mydogarf commented on Over the Hedge about 2 years ago

    I knew it! No self-respecting demon would be called Herb.
    Actually I didn’t. I didn’t see this one coming at all.

  2. mydogarf commented on Over the Hedge over 2 years ago

    endless cubicles…I knew that’s what hell looked like either that or a math class
    the fires kind of remind me how some people at work would complain about it being too cold when it was 90 out so we had to crank up the heater. hmm…

  3. mydogarf commented on Over the Hedge over 2 years ago

    It’s been raining so much Maxwell turned into the frog—adapt to survive.
    Speaking of which, why is there a frog on the raft?

  4. mydogarf commented on Over the Hedge over 2 years ago

    For some reason when I first saw RJ’s time machine, I thought it looked like the TARDIS

  5. mydogarf commented on Over the Hedge over 2 years ago

    Steve! Wait, that’s the hedge’s name.
    It’s Bob…Or Spike.
    No wait, he’s name is 42 because that’s the answer to everything.

  6. mydogarf commented on Petey and the Pack over 2 years ago

    I’ll miss Petey and the Pack, but I’m sure I’ll enjoy your next strip.

  7. mydogarf commented on Over the Hedge over 2 years ago

    That ant colony’s got your baby!
    Surprised no one’s said that yet.

  8. mydogarf commented on Petey and the Pack almost 3 years ago

    No date tonight Petey

  9. mydogarf commented on Over the Hedge almost 3 years ago

    The eel must have been a UK one. He needed one of those travel adapters.
    At least Hammy figured out where he went wrong.

  10. mydogarf commented on Petey and the Pack almost 3 years ago

    Or apply at anywhere like Walmart or Target where they outsource all their jobs!
    My only dream when I was younger was to work for a newspaper as a reporter, so I spent my whole life working towards that and now all my experiences make me overqualified for any other job. So I went to my fall backs—working at video store or book store or use my degree in computer programming or write a book,,,
    I sure knew how to pick em.