For Dill, helmet hair is an improvement.
But, Dill, nobody wants your collection stuffed through their mail slots!
Yikes, I hope he doesn’t do that.
Helmet no hair.
Dill, showing reverent respect, removes his helmet before his beloved Garbahge’!
He’ll end up having a hoarder house some day.
Wow, Dill’s hair actually went down!
When I collect trash I go down on 14th street and wave around a couple of $100 bills. Wait——-are we talking about the same thing here ??
Don’t know why, but it reminds me of Henny Youngman’s old joke.
During the garbage strike in NY, I gift wrapped my garbage, left it in the back seat of my car, and they stole it!
Dill is just too cute for his own good. i wonder how the shed in his back yard is coming along for his grandfather.
One persons collection of tchotchke’s is another persons idea of trash.
Husband and I are not hoarders. His pieces of wood and my scraps of fabric are all going to be of use …someday.
And as usual Alice is paying attention when others speak.
Dill has the nose and ears of Adam of Adam@Home. Has there been some hanky-panky between the strips?
It’s best just to say thank you, Dill.
When Dill grew up he joined Ed Norton in the sanitation department…
Is Dill Jimmy Durante’s great-grandson?
This is a more intense and personal view of Dill than we usually get! Insight into the boy’s thinking would be “collectible” to almost anyone except self-centered Alice, who instead admires Dill’s down-slicked helmet hair! Oh, well, all is normal in the Cul de Sac….
Dill is so intense; Alice is self-absorbed. How long will this affair last?