Give it a rest, Kevin and Carla.
It’s all good going through G, it’s H where you hit a hill, of course with I, you’ll be interested in isles like the ones in Japan when you see J, all the travel could make one want some Juice, so head to K for the kitchen, then Leap into L to learn about lollygagging, through the meadows of M. It’s nice to be at N, but I’m not going to keep this going so I’m out in O.
The werid couple things these two do.
Notice that the “smart ones” are the ones not wearing glasses, Kevin. By the way, your fly is open.
Maybe he could do a guest appearance in the “Spectickles” comic.
He’s going to lose his vision, I know it.
Kevin, you’d better take them off now before something really bad happens.
“G” for gullible
Kevin is a little odd. They all are really lol
I haven’t ever “read the dictionary for fun,” but plenty of times I’ve looked up one word and been distracted for several minutes by other words on the same page. Or the definition referred to some other unfamiliar word that I then felt a need to look up, and that reminded me of another word I’d encountered recently and hadn’t gotten around to looking up, and…
Growing uo, we had two sets of encyclopedias, World Book and Britannica. When I was in grade school, my middle brother told me that our oldest brother had read the entire encylopedia from A-Z whene he was in third grade. Impressed, I asked Alec if that was true. He said that yeah, he had, but it was no big deal since it was only the World Book. The weird thing is that he probably remembered at least 98% of what he had read.
What’s up with the colors? I’ve ignored Kevin’s hair becoming darker, but now his twin sister isn’t his twin anymore. C’mon, GoComics – whattaya doin’?
Lol, my dad really did read the dictionary as a kid.