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  1. I LOVE LOUIE MORE commented on Peanuts about 5 hours ago

    Found this online: The name “Beagle” may have come from the French term “be’geule,” which means “gape throat,” referring to the dogs baying voice. The name may also have come from the dog’s size, stemming from the French word “beigh”, the Old English word “begele”, or perhaps the Celtic word “beag”, which all mean “small”.

  2. I LOVE LOUIE MORE commented on Wizard of Id about 5 hours ago

    That is obviously holly not mistletoe. A lad I used to work with at a restaurant got 3 of the waitresses to kiss him with his sprig of ‘mistletoe’. He tried it with me: I told him to put the parsley away, or else … Then the waitresses found out and got mad. I laughed & laughed.

  3. I LOVE LOUIE MORE commented on One Big Happy about 6 hours ago

    Both Dr. Ruths rock!!

  4. I LOVE LOUIE MORE commented on Overboard 2 days ago

    As long as Louie is happy….

  5. I LOVE LOUIE MORE commented on Dog Eat Doug 4 days ago

    They will make very good cat burglars when they learn how to drill silently.

  6. I LOVE LOUIE MORE commented on Calvin and Hobbes 5 days ago

    And they wonder who Calvin gets it from. Poor guy.

  7. I LOVE LOUIE MORE commented on Calvin and Hobbes 8 days ago

    The trick with snowballs is to form them soft and aim at the back of your victim’s head, and toss gently. You won’t hurt said victim, but the snowball will disintegrate immediately and shower down inside his/her collar and shirt. :)

  8. I LOVE LOUIE MORE commented on Ten Cats 12 days ago

    http://www.chessieshop.com/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=0&products_id=1986

  9. I LOVE LOUIE MORE commented on Ten Cats 12 days ago

    http://www.cohs.org/history/chessie.shtml

  10. I LOVE LOUIE MORE commented on One Big Happy 18 days ago

    I was in a school room with 4 other girls who had my first name. There were also 5 boys named Chris, 2 girls named Chris (short for Christine). 7 people named Francis (2 were girls), and 4 Debbies. The teacher got confused, but, among ourselves, we just went by last names only. Problem solved.