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Pearls Before Swine by Stephan Pastis

Pearls Before Swine

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  1. seyleigh commented on Luann 1 day ago

    Personally, I can see Rosa coming back to the U.S. soon after she realizes that vacationing somewhere and washing bedpans in that same place are totally different experiences.

    That being said, if I was offered a job in a foreign country that didn’t involve washing bedpans, I would totally take it unless it involved a high probability of contracting a deadly disease or getting gang raped.

  2. seyleigh commented on HUBRIS! 4 days ago

    Yeah, I see them running stop signs and red lights all the time. Honestly, I don’t care as long as they stay on their side of the road and follow the law, but few do. The worst is when they are riding in the middle of the road and you can’t go around them.

  3. seyleigh commented on HUBRIS! 4 days ago

    Holy crud! That guy is mean AND stupid.

  4. seyleigh commented on Wizard of Id 4 days ago

    Whatever it is, it de-squeaks hinges and helps metal stuff move.

  5. seyleigh commented on Wizard of Id 4 days ago


  6. seyleigh commented on Wizard of Id 5 days ago

    That puts a different spin on the sword and the stone. It’s like the princess and the pea. The true princess was so spoiled she felt the pea under a million mattresses. The true king knew enough about home maintenance he lubricated the sword with WD-40.

  7. seyleigh commented on HUBRIS! 7 days ago

    While I understand being annoyed when bicyclists are in the car lane, Hubris was in the bike lane. Why would you even think twice about a bike or unicycle when they are in their own lane? Some people are just illogical jerks, or comic strip characters.

  8. seyleigh commented on Luann 7 days ago

    I’m sure Ms. Berger and Quill don’t think of each other as anything more than almost parent and kid, but today’s strip is still really funny!

    If Ms. Berger had Gunther when she was young, that means she is in her late thirties/early forties. She is still young enough to skydive, scuba dive, and other fun things!

    Watch out Pittsville and Peru, the Bergers are going to go wild!

  9. seyleigh commented on Luann 8 days ago

    While I was raised with most of those listed rules, I disagree with the paying job rule. Where I live, its nearly impossible for people in high school to get jobs besides baby sitting. And even those can be hard to find!

    However, I am very thankful that mini me wasn’t allowed to eat much junk food until high school. And that I learned how to clean, mend, and use some tools before going off to college. My current roommates didn’t even know that kitchen sinks need to be cleaned occasionally! And it felt awesome to fix a piece of low tech lab equipment in one of my classes.

  10. seyleigh commented on Wizard of Id 13 days ago

    Dragons can shred paper much more economically than mechanized shredders can.