Reminds me of Ned and Homer.
No. So unrake those leaves and then give it back.
@TonyI give away thngs, even if they are just borrowed. Once you lend something, you generally dont get it back, so why not just give it with a glad heart and then you dont have to remember it, nor do you have the bad feelings associated with non-returned borrowed items. That does include money, books, cups of sugar, etc.I do try to lend smiles however. And your strip does that daily, and you should know, I return them cheerfully!
@TonyI’m a little of both…
My grandson tends to be a lender….. of my stuff!!
@Tony“Borrower or Lender?”
Mostly Lender; except I pretty much zipped my lips on lending advice!
Pretty much, anyway…
What have you borrowed/lent?
I get a kick out of someone who asks, “Will you borrow me (fill in the blank)?”
Then I correct their grammar and break my rule about lending advice…
@ all posters:
Okay, okay, I’ll back off from spitting venom at Tony and his this comic! Uh, as for Comic Sherpa, is there any way I can post comics without having to pay for it? Like I always say(and it often gets ignored), way should I pay for something when I can have it for free? -That said, is there another site that you can post comics on without them asking for a fee? Also, I’m doing this for fun and enjoyment, not for profit! In my opinion, money has ruin us enough!
I’m a giver because I find that being a lender can be very disappointing. The hubby makes it easier because he is an electronics hoarder. Well he tries to be anyway. Shhh don’t tell him..I lent/gave money to my best friend of more than 35yrs when she was going through a divorce. A short time later she got back together with her ex and I didn’t hear from her for over a year. I don’t think she was supposed to talk to me anymore which makes her my ex friend. The sad thing is that I don’t think it had anything to do with the money.
And does he have a family?
What goes around comes around.
September 13, 2014