Andy Capp by Reg Smythe for January 16, 2020


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    TEMPLO S.U.D.  11 months ago

    later on, Flo will be coming and kidnap Andy in that wheelbarrow

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    ƹʅɗʘ  "Robin to Robin's Batman" ɗ'ʘraɗʘ  11 months ago

    ! Next Stop:

    The Blood Bank; Andy’s never said “no” to a Pint.

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    Ed A.  11 months ago

    Pub crawl…I like that.

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    BarryDavidIanTaggart  11 months ago

    It’s been a long time for me.

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    jdbligh  11 months ago

    I’m embarrassed to admit I actually thought Chalkie was taking Andy home until I got to the last panel.

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    AFFICIONADO  11 months ago

    @Number Three Today’s strip is slightly funny and variation of a theme , our Hero Mr Andrew Capp has good reason to like his pal Chalkie he not only pays for Andy’s drinks he drives him on their pub crawl , my avatar today is a spoof on wedding days , the bride dragging the broom to the Altar , unlike us who have been married for 50 years and are very happy in our relationship , how was your day? and please come back to commenting as soon as you feel like it, we miss you , our day should be busy but calm I hope, BCNU pal.

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    littlejohn Premium Member 11 months ago

    What happens when they get to the canal?

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    Michael G.  11 months ago

    Ah, the brotherhood of the bottle.

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    Linguist  11 months ago

    See! I told you all the other day that a pub crawl in Hartlepool would be good craic.

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    A Common 'tator  11 months ago

    The best town for a Pub Crawl is Stoney Stratford, Bucks… It has more pubs per mile of high street than any town in the country…

    I lived within walking/crawling distance… before I left the UK…

    The expression “A Cock and Bull story” originated at The Cock pub and The Bull pub on Stoney high street…

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  11. Ches bluebell
    ƹʅɗʘ  "Robin to Robin's Batman" ɗ'ʘraɗʘ  11 months ago

    ! No doubt the term “crawl” was coined in !soCal, but the concept’s been-around alot longer. anywho That Wagon is Safety Equipment:

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    tcayer  11 months ago

    He would never have STARTED it either, since Chalkie is probably buying!

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    cuzinron47  11 months ago

    Now that’s customer service. The pubs provide wheelbarrows so the customer can finish their pub crawl.

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    Mediatech  11 months ago

    Dedication and friendship, priceless.

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    ms-ss  11 months ago

    I enjoy the names of all the British pubs.

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    Cornelius Noodleman  11 months ago

    What can Chalkie push in a wheelbarrow that Andy can’t? ANDY! (Old Soupy Sales joke reworked.)

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    Jaybird   11 months ago

    Haverhill in the UK had an Annual wheelbarrow race. Contestants would dress in funny clothes and make stops at the pubs along the way and chug a pint and the pusher and rider would swap positions. It was revived in 2001 to benefit LAMPH a charity group. Great fun as you can imagine.

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    Godfreydaniel  11 months ago

    First funny Andy Capp of the new year! Here’s hoping for more……….

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    tad1  11 months ago

    Ah, true friendship.

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    ƹʅɗʘ  "Robin to Robin's Batman" ɗ'ʘraɗʘ  11 months ago

    ! Just noticed the Clock Tower in the background which is a true Smytheism. I appreciate that!! . . .“Spotted Duck” is MGM [i.e. recent] remember. nothing wrong with that either.

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    BWR  11 months ago

    My first glance at P3 didn’t look like Spotted Duck.

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    Orcatime  11 months ago

    I only once ever did a pub crawl. I wasn’t that impressed.

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