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Cul de Sac by Richard Thompson for April 14, 2021

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    TEMPLO S.U.D.  about 2 months ago

    Dill and Beni better not stall like they did when Alice was trapped on a manhole cover surrounded by mud.

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    gbars70  about 2 months ago

    Do you still make an effort to save a damsel in distress even if she’s a dopey damsel?

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    posse1 Premium Member about 2 months ago

    “Stickers” stumped me for a second. Being on a preschool playground made stickers possible. I used to call them “prickers”. If its a P.C. thing that’ll make me sad. If its a logistical wording thing (example: rotary/traffic circle/roundabout) then ~ ya learn something new every day!

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    A.Ficionada  about 2 months ago

    I love the change in their eyes from panel 2 to 3 :0

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    SteveHL  about 2 months ago

    “Stickers” to me meant burrs rather than thorns – the round brown plants that stuck to clothes.

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    Doublejake Premium Member about 2 months ago

    When I was kid, thorns were on rose bushes and other shrub branches. “Stickers” were nasty little things about the size of a peanut that were vicious to step on. We also called them “goatheads.” I just researched them, and I think what we called goatheads were more accurately “sandspurs.” Regardless, they were a nuisance sticking to socks and canvas tennis shoes, and painful when encountered while running barefoot.

    https://www.lcsun-news.com/story/life/sunlife/2019/02/10/timing-everything-when-trying-control-goatheads-and-sandburs/2807176002/

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    STACEY MARSHALL Premium Member about 2 months ago

    She fell for the old lady trap!

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