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  1. Ahwooga GoComics Pro Member commented on Overboard 2 days ago

    Perhaps he should have phrased it “or yet another night of getting rejected and ridiculed by every woman you meet.”

  2. Ahwooga GoComics Pro Member commented on Overboard 2 days ago

    They’re better than Nate?

  3. Ahwooga GoComics Pro Member commented on Peanuts Begins 7 days ago

    Well, at least Schroeder got a kick out of it.

  4. Ahwooga GoComics Pro Member commented on Overboard 8 days ago

    I’m surprised Charley knew what that meant….or am i the only one who had no idea?

  5. Ahwooga GoComics Pro Member commented on Overboard 13 days ago

    Whew, close call there Captain Crow. Those two “helping” out would have been like having Stan and Oliver moving a music box.

  6. Ahwooga GoComics Pro Member commented on Overboard 13 days ago

    Better check the parking brake too while you’re at it…

  7. Ahwooga GoComics Pro Member commented on Peanuts about 1 month ago

    Or maybe she’s just not interested in numerology.

  8. Ahwooga GoComics Pro Member commented on Overboard about 1 month ago

    Go here to see what’s at the heart of it all: http://www.gocomics.com/overboard/1997/03/12

  9. Ahwooga GoComics Pro Member commented on Cul de Sac 2 months ago

    Good theory and we’ve seen plenty of evidence that Petey’s imagination is up to the task (witness his out-of-body imaginings). And this strip in particular seems to be saying that the Ernesto we’re seeing now isn’t real; ie, that he is able to read Petey’s mind since of course that is where he is currently residing.

  10. Ahwooga GoComics Pro Member commented on Cul de Sac 2 months ago

    I agree with Sisyphos except that even if Petey were to state that Ernesto is imaginary i wouldn’t necessarily buy it since he might just be unwilling to accept him as anything other than a figment of his imagination.

    In terms of plausibility though, in a way Ernesto is no less plausible than Dill and (especially) his brothers. If we only saw Dill peeking through mail slots and talking about his brothers with their trebuchets, we might be wondering if he was Alice’s imaginary friend. But on the other hand you would think that someone of Ernesto’s eccentricity and outgoing nature, not to mention his apparent involvement in groups like FAA, would be someone well known (at least by report) by both kids and parents alike. That no one except Petey seems to have a clue who he is makes his actual existence seem less likely. Though this is probably overthinking things a mite bit…