Oh, to be a child in an adult’s body.
Well, that explains so much. Everybody in this strip is a freak.
That was great; but, embarrassingly sad. (My friends could’ve seen that!)
Mrs. Otterloop is da bomb!
Every adult’s job, embarrass your kids…..
This is an actual song parody, sung to John Philip Sousa’s “Stars and Stripes Forever”. The full lyrics can be easily found online, if you’re interested
Good thing Dill wasn’t there to see that. He would be spying through the Otterloop mail slot every morning!
Heh… through the eyes of a kid… yep we parents do embarrass them from time to time.
I would like to see a story about Dills brothers in a strip.
The coconut doesn’t fall far from the tree.
One of the greatest joys of parenthood is embarrassing your kids.
“Tra la la?” Was the begging of the Banana Splits song?
Alice has the coolest parents.
Oh! And maybe Petey and his oboe! Honk, heeeenk, spittle…. Though the geese may start a riot…
One of the few perks of being parents. The chance to embarass the living dickens out of your kids!!!
Mrs Otterloop and Wallace the Brave’s Mama must be sisters.
Sharing the stage (manhole cover) was never part of Alice’s concept of her very own personal stardom.
But multi-talented Madeline is simultaneously clever, humorous, and (deliberately) oblivious to her daughter’s objections.
Yet maybe we could do without Peter’s harmonica stylings….
Be kind to our friends in the swampWhere the weather is very, very damp.Now you may think that this is the end…Well it is!
This is one of my favorite strips of the series.