Dilbert Classics by Scott Adams for January 13, 2022

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    Ernest Lemmingway Premium Member 6 months ago

    This actually explains a lot about “fashion.”

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    GROG Premium Member 6 months ago

    Dogbert is a tumor on two legs.

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    whahoppened  6 months ago

    Instead of tumor, how about onemor?

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    Farside99  6 months ago

    Love the tail wag giving him away as he tries to please.

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    rossevrymn Premium Member 6 months ago

    What genius point was Hi Info trying to convey this week?

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    vaughnrl2003 Premium Member 6 months ago

    “It’s not a Tooma!” Kindergarten Cop.

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    JDP_Huntington Beach  6 months ago

    In best Austrian – Arnold accent, “It’s not a tumor”

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    preacherman  5 months ago

    Well, I think I’ve found a new calling. I look unhealthy and can act sexy, too.

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    Mediatech  5 months ago

    I just don’t understand how “dangerously underweight”, could ever be considered fashionable.

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    RussellCastine  5 months ago

    Should he have two more of the same tumor?

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    Scott S  5 months ago

    Morbid obesity is also unhealthy, but I’ve never seen any 400 lb supermodels.

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    Eric S   5 months ago

    It’s not a tumah!

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    InTraining  5 months ago

    a future Dogdashian…!

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    Sisyphos  5 months ago

    Oh, perish the thought that the Fashion House should ever overdo anything! [heavy sarcasm, in case you didn’t notice]

    On a related topic: that lump does not enhance your so-called beauty, Doggiebert….

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    finnygirl Premium Member 5 months ago

    Nothing to do with fashion, but the silly putty reminded me of this. When I was an EMT on the local ambulance, we did practice sessions where we made up volunteers to look like victims. Regular putty was really good for sticking to the skin in order to make a realistic looking wound .- windshield head gash, snakebite, skin around a broken bone, whatever! Another EMT’s dad portrayed a gunshot victim who had died. He was quite realistically made up – his face was completely cyanotic (blue) and he stayed in character throughout the whole practice session. I took pictures of the scenarios to keep for future reference. The man’s son, a fellow classmate, later asked me, “Do you still have those pictures you took of my dad when he was dead?”, much to the amazement of a visitor who overheard (and was probably afraid to ask…)

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    mistercatworks  5 months ago

    I believe this was meant to be a commentary on “heroin chic”, a fad involving emaciated models with ghastly makeup and stringy hair. It didn’t last long – except the emaciated part.

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