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Cul de Sac by Richard Thompson for October 20, 2013

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    margueritem  about 8 years ago

    Poor Petey.

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    TEMPLO S.U.D.  about 8 years ago

    What’s the matter with Petey? The plastic wrap for the sandwich and the yogurt’s cup aren’t good enough to make sure they don’t touch each other?

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    Linux0s  about 8 years ago

    Maybe Ernesto is imaginary, even the crumbs disappeared.

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    bluegirl285  about 8 years ago

    Before the new strips ended, was it ever established whether Ernesto was real, dead, or really a figment of Petey’s imagination?

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    paha_siga  about 8 years ago

    But… but… think how many things touch each other in that bologna sandwich!!

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    LHPuttgrass  about 8 years ago

    Love panel 7. Very Munchian.

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    Sisyphos  about 8 years ago

    Oh, Petey! I feel your pain! Please, Madeline! There have to be hallucinogens somewhere, or else Petey is having a big (Ernesto-sized) problem….

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    CasualObserver  about 8 years ago

    @bluegirl285I always believed That Ernesto was a figment of Richard’s imagination. Of course, that may be quite wrong!

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    Constantinepaleologos  about 8 years ago

    I remember this one…scary. I didn’t know Petey’s eyes could get that big.

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    Dry and Dusty Premium Member about 8 years ago

    It runs in my mind that Ernesto was established as being real. I think someone else spoke to him, but I can’t be certain. Anybody?

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    Dry and Dusty Premium Member about 8 years ago

    Just did some checking. Mrs. Otterloop and Viola have interacted with Ernesto.

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    agila333  about 8 years ago

    Night-Gaunt49 Old horse, I haven’t seen a post by you since Minimum Security imploded into a Marxist rant. I looked at your site and enjoyed the comic posted there. A question, does your selection of a moniker come from the writings of Lovecraft? If your writing/cartooning are of the same ilk you have an audience panting, nay slathering for more. Of course, the trick is to connect to them. agile_333@yahoo.com

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    Vince M  about 8 years ago

    Great strip all around, but the coup de grace is Ernesto globbering his lunch down like a dog!

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    Jim Kerner Premium Member about 8 years ago

    Is it me, but doesn’t Ernesto look like the late film critic Roger Ebert?

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    Gokie5  about 8 years ago

    My seven-year-old “Alice” wants to comment again: Petey!No yogurt !

    (Needed help with spelling, but words hers.)

    My comment: Indeed, Madeline and others have interacted with Ernesto – but ever hear of group hallucinations? Also, I’ve seen it surmised that Viola might be a figment of Petey’s imagination. Keeps us on our toes.

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    pam Miner  about 8 years ago

    What is your strip? Alternate Alley Opp? Do you have another one? Lots of stuff I don’t know.

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