Arlo and Janis by Jimmy Johnson for December 05, 2022

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    Robin Harwood  6 months ago

    Stick to that story, Janis.

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    C  6 months ago

    You’re on the naughty list, Janis

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    eolan59  6 months ago

    When they are a bunch of them deflated on a yard it looks like a crime scene

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    nosirrom  6 months ago

    There’s an idea for a movie. “Janis Pinking Shears”

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    dsTrekker Premium Member 6 months ago

    A rat with pinking shears. I guess that’s possible if you have a flexible enough definition of “rat”.

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    jarvisloop  6 months ago

    “Rats!” Nice nod to Peanuts.

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    ScullyUFO  6 months ago

    Big blankety-blank rats! With shears as long as baseball bats!

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    david_42  6 months ago

    Up the street there’s an inflatable snowman and two Santas lying on the ground, partially inflated.

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    FassEddie  6 months ago

    Check the Cialis!

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    ChessPirate  6 months ago

    “Oh, no! The rats have pinking shears!”

    (¬_¬) ᔑ⊙_ʖ⊙ᔐ

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    Mr. Organization  6 months ago

    Janis’ expression of shock is great. She can easily distract Arlo with a visit to the bedroom, so she’ll be fine.

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    Map_One  6 months ago

    Just sew it up and super glue the sewn edge.

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    assrdood  6 months ago

    You’re “busted”, Janis!

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    Meg: All Seriousness Aside  6 months ago

    Destroying the Santa implies Rodents of Unusual Good Taste.

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    Tyge Premium Member 6 months ago
    Rats!! LOL Good one, Jimmy!
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    David Huie Green LosersBlameOthers&It'sYOURfault  6 months ago

    He’s on to you.

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    raybarb44  6 months ago

    Or a wife with pinking sheers…..

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    donwestonmysteries  6 months ago

    They got into my shed and chewed the box and the artificial tree, chewing several wires. I fixed all but one section because I can’t find where one layer of lights is damaged.This year we went out to the forest and cut a live tree.

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    amaryllis2 Premium Member 6 months ago

    Sandra Boynton’s book Christmastime describes them as “They can and should be blown up.”

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    rogern710  6 months ago


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    WF11  6 months ago

    I really dislike the inflatable Santas, snowmen, reindeer, etc. Christmas decoration that have popped up in recent years. Comparable Halloween ones aren’t quite so bad, and for the first time this year I saw an inflatable Thanksgiving decoration: a turkey. On the plus side for outdoor Christmas decorations, since the widespread use of LEDs, outdoor strings of lights are looking much better, especially with the more intense blue and yellow colors!

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    mafastore  6 months ago

    We keep our tree in the basement under the stairs. Most of the ornaments (in large plastic boxes) are stored on top of the tree as are some bear figures which we set up in the living room and the boxes for two of the small trees. Fabric ornaments we have made (I am an embroiderer) are kept upstairs for safety.

    In the other side of the basement are the plastic boxes with the teddy bear tree and village Christmas decoration.

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    Bwahahaha!  6 months ago

    Janis is terrible.

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