The Dinette Set by Julie Larson for August 15, 2022

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    C  4 months ago

    For a friend, of course

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    Pickled Pete  4 months ago

    Can’t understand why that store isn’t packed! Just lookie the gloves, theys got a whole 5% off their increased MSRP..

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    Olddog04  4 months ago

    I could make a bad joke about getting creamed, but I won’t.

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    orbenjawell Premium Member 4 months ago

    Actually it’s for TWO friends: right and left cheek…….

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    orbenjawell Premium Member 4 months ago

    Carla looks amused as the cat flies outta the bag……….

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    Dani Rice  4 months ago

    Be sure thy sins will find thee out. Or something.

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    InTraining  4 months ago

    found it pretty fast…!

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    MeGoNow Premium Member 4 months ago

    She’s gonna need the hardware department for some spackling.

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    lbvanlente  4 months ago

    Oh, my, the green blouse with flowers has turned pink!

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    MIHorn Premium Member 4 months ago

    “Hi! Did you find your Preparation H?”

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    tcayer  4 months ago

    The clerk wasn’t fooled anyway…

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    Moonkey Premium Member 4 months ago

    It’s not going to work, but she will be happy to sell you some overpriced gunk.

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    Zuria Premium Member 4 months ago

    “Oh, and where are the diet pills? They’re for a friend.”

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    Unca $crooge  4 months ago

    My friend and I were arguing about whether we, at 12, could legally buy Playboy. After all, the magazine said “For Men” but it didn’t say you had to be 18 or 21. So to prove the point, I went into Brojak’s which was the ’60’s equivalent of a convenience store. Brojak’s was not a busy place and not one where my mom or any of her friends were likely to see me. Straight to the magazine rack, picked up the latest issue, went to the counter, and set it down along with three quarters. The clerk looked at it and asked “who are you buying this for” and I said “my Dad”. She pulled out the centerfold and said “Miss April sure looks healthy this month. Lots of good stuff to read too. Maybe he’ll let you read it,” put it in a sack and handed it back to me. I was probably shaking when I walked out with it but I knew she didn’t think I had bought it for my dad. Looking back I’m not sure I could have gotten away with that anywhere else in town.

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