[!!] ♫♪ I need to know, I need to know; if you think I gonna leave, then You better say so! ♫♪
Jack did tell you, Andy, but you just didn’t interpret the first three times very well.
I guess Andy got Jack booted.
At least it’s not the canal again!
Orange bowties are all the rage.
And all before kicking out time….
@Number Three Today’s strip IS funny ,the only way Jack can get rid of our HERO Mr Andrew Capp is to toss him out on his posterior :o) how was your day? our day should be a little busy but we will cope I hope no errands to run or shopping todo we both are in a good mood in spite of the infernal heat we are having ,this morning my guardian Angel was working overtime ,I managed to spill a large glass of water I keep near my Desk-top and nothing was fried keep safe and thanks for caring young Lady
This reminds me of an old country western song. It’s called, I can’t get my foot off the rail.
Andy was confused by jack’s use of the word ‘Gentlemen’…
From our Maltese Falcon @Number Three:" Today’s strip IS funny ,the only way Jack can get rid of our HERO Mr Andrew Capp is to toss him out on his posterior :o) how was your day? our day should be a little busy but we will cope I hope no errands to run or shopping todo we both are in a good mood in spite of the infernal heat we are having ,this morning my guardian Angel was working overtime ,I managed to spill a large glass of water I keep near my Desk-top and nothing was fried keep safe and thanks for caring young Lady"
Ah, the life of a bartender. Long hours. Short memories.
You don’t have to hit Andy over the head!
Jack found that action speaks louder than words!
Am I to believe there are no young ladies still in the establishment? Politically incorrect there, Jack.
There’s always an Andy Capp in the bar who’s going to stay until the last gun is fired! Then there are the ones who want to linger to keep the bartender company while he/she cleans up and closes.
Jackie probably resents having to call his customers “gentlemen” the way coppers have to call their arrestees “sir”……..
Yesterday I forgot to thank Eldo for posting the classic I mentioned, so now a belated (and well-deserved!) thanks. And the bonus one for today was also always one of my favorites. I also recall one where Jackie, in a last-ditch bid to get Andy out before closing time, more or less challenges Andy to a fight. (My paraphrasing of this one probably isn’t as accurate as yesterday’s…..) They go outside to “fight”, and Jackie runs back inside and locks the door. He says to the reader, “Twenty years in the trade and never bin pinched!”
Ya don’t have to go home, but you can’t stay here!
I believe he just did, very physically. And in the custom you most used to.
Here it goes: A fella walks into a crowded bar. The bar tender asks what he wants. He says,“Pour me a shot of whiskey, and a beer. Pour drinks for the rest of the people at the bar. Pour one for the folks at the tables. Pour one for yourself !”———-Once the order has been filled the bartender, comes back to him, raises his own glass, and says ,“Thank you, that comes to $75.60.”———The fella says,“I didn’t say I was BUYING. I have no money.”———-So, the bartender, tosses him out.——————A month or so passes, on an even busier night, the same fella comes in, and repeats, “Pour me…etc. etc.”The bartender, with so much on his mind did not remember him, so he once again, had no money, and was tossed.——-A third time, he was recognized….“Pour me..the bar..the tables..” The bartender says, “And I supposed you want me to pour one for myself.” The Fella says,“Heck no, you get nasty when you drink.”
He literally said so, 3 times. You refused to leave, 3 times.
All hail the Threes!
Andy just can’t take a hint, can he?
July 08, 2017