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Cul de Sac by Richard Thompson for October 21, 2013

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    margueritem  almost 8 years ago

    dad is right, but so is Beni.

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    DeepRoot  almost 8 years ago

    I just learned tonight that this phenomenon is called “semantic satiation”. Here’s the wiki page on it: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Semantic_satiation.

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    tmobrien2002  almost 8 years ago

    @simpsonfan2, thanks for that! That was great! :)

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    Sisyphos  almost 8 years ago

    I’m with Dill on “oatmeal.” —So, thanks, simpsonfan2, for a job well done!

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    CasualObserver  almost 8 years ago

    @simpsonfan2Now that was a “feel good” moment! Thanks!

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    Deezlebird  almost 8 years ago

    I love oatmeal—especially the steel cut kind. Mix in some craisins and top with fresh blueberries, and there’s not a better way to start the day (except bacon, of course, but unfortunately I can’t eat it very often).

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    Stellagal  almost 8 years ago

    Now try that with the word “work”.

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    Vince M  almost 8 years ago

    I’m eating oatmeal as I read this strip! Or at least I think I am. What is this stuff, does it have a name? ALICE!

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    GROG Premium Member almost 8 years ago

    They’ll just find another name for it, Dill. You need to send thesubstance into oblivion too.

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    puddlesplatt  almost 8 years ago

    had a pet hamster named Grimby,but he died, Pogrimby…

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    Gokie5  almost 8 years ago

    I’ll add my thanks to Simpsonfan. How do you DO that??

    For obligatory Grandma tale, when the grandson was put on the two-ended swing set after a hiatus because of illness, he went back and forth, saying “Remine, remore!. Remine, remore!” over and over in time to his swinging. I never heard this expression again, so he must have killed it.

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    lecrenb  almost 8 years ago

    Or ‘Broccoli’… please destroy Broccoli…

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    Aaron Saltzer  almost 8 years ago

    “Oatmeal” is still a real thing. So saying it a million times, to make it no longer a word won’t help.

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