Givinb yourself cash whenever you swear. Hmmm… I should do that!
Giving. Not, ‘givinb’. sorry.
ok, that was is awesome :)
So it’s not music to his ears but a toe jam.
Never mind the piano, Where’d he get a jar? Or a $10 bill?
I remember seeing a strip many years ago (15+) where Thor invented the piano, and to play it he blew into the hole in the back. Anyone else remeber that?
I wonder if he will use the money to pay his medical bill, or does his HMO cover injury by piano.
Yes I have and a ten spot wouldn’t have been enough.
I guess they had coins in those days…
We had a curse jar at work one time, a quarter a swear word. Between the five of us, we had enough in a couple months to buy 2 large pizzas with toppings and sodas for lunch one day.
I thought they used clams…
Family (wife, sister-in-laws and mother-in-law) tried that with my uncle back in the 1940’s. A nickle a word ( a lot of money back then). It took him only a few minutes to say his first. When told he had his response: I didn’t say any (bleeep) cuss word.There’s another one!I told you I did not say any (bleepity bleepity bleep) cuss word.In a short time he’s cussed himself out of $5.00 swearing he never said the first cuss word. They gave up and never tried again. He passed away in 2011 at 96, still cussing.
They had them in The Flintstones as well, if you ever saw that television show.
Should it not be 10 clams? Though he would have to keep them fresh. You know how nasty clams get when they have been around for a few days.
This reminds me of the time I helped my sister take a 32in TV to the storage, as we were putting it down I just dropped it on her foot. Fortunately the TV was fine.
Trying to carry a tune?
It was a few hundred years before the Chinese invented paper money. I think the prehistoric people paid in minerals and other kinds of rocks. But, this is a comic strip.
Never rolled a piano over my toe, but had a car drive over my arm. Hurt bad, but i was too young to swear.