Cul de Sac by Richard Thompson for November 16, 2019


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    TEMPLO S.U.D.  2 months ago

    Miss Bliss better give Dill a washcloth… and a soldering mask

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    sirbadger  2 months ago

    Alice: That is brilliant artwork. Face print turkeys work great. You should do that more often.

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    Liverlips McCracken Premium Member 2 months ago

    Live and learn, Dill.

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    dwane.scoty1  2 months ago

    Guess painting a Turkey on Dill’s face didn’t work out so well!

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    bxclent Premium Member 2 months ago

    an artist in the making……maybe try butt print turkeys next?

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    niteskyy Premium Member 2 months ago

    Very funny. I’d be concerned about the social implications of blackface humor even though it’s not what he meant.

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    MeGoNow Premium Member 2 months ago

    Although it’s beyond any doubt that it was indeed the faceprint of a turkey.

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    Teto85 Premium Member 2 months ago

    Alice is left-handed!!!! I knew she has superpowers.

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    verticallychallenged Premium Member 2 months ago

    Looks more like a face- palm turkey.

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    Unca $crooge  2 months ago

    Richard Thompson shows the first handprint turkey from 12,000 BC at:

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    NCTom Premium Member 2 months ago

    love that comic strip hands still make regular handprint turkeys!

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    Sisyphos  2 months ago

    Dill may be a bit reckless, but at least he is an adventurer!

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