For Better or For Worse by Lynn Johnston for January 04, 2017

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    Baarorso  about 7 years ago

    When you say “none of them meant anything” you’re talking to the wrong person Ted.;/

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    Templo S.U.D.  about 7 years ago

    sure, Ted. sure

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    hsawlrae  about 7 years ago

    And now, neither do YOU !

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    SashaW  about 7 years ago

    That’s even worse.

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    alondra  about 7 years ago

    What part of “forsaking all others” are you having problems with Ted? Do you really expect your wife to just overlook your breaking your vows? What if the shoe were on the other foot and she was the one cheating? Huh????

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    Charlie Fogwhistle  about 7 years ago

    They didn’t mean anything individually, but collectively they did. Gestalt.

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    Wren Fahel  about 7 years ago

    Yes, they did. They meant that you didn’t feel that your wife was enough for you.

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    Alphaomega  about 7 years ago

    Ted should keep those long fingers in his pants…pockets!

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    tom_wright  about 7 years ago

    And apparently Irene meant nothing, too, you idiot.

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    Kim Roberts  about 7 years ago

    Ted needs to style his hair differently and get an orange spray tan…

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    summerdog86  about 7 years ago

    So, that is how men justify cheating a bit on the side? Interesting. I’d still leave his sorry ash. ; )

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    fuzzbucket Premium Member about 7 years ago

    They meant that Irene wasn’t enough.

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    Can't Sleep  about 7 years ago

    If they didn’t mean anything, why did you… ?

    I hope his soon-to-be ex-wife gets a great lawyer, and has hard evidence, and takes that jerk to the cleaners.

    Then he can limp back to one of those other women, and see if he means anything to them.

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    Astroman007  about 7 years ago

    Classic case of:


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    Tyge  about 7 years ago

    Ted should have gotten a sports car. IT can “mean something.” The wife may care but won’t leave you.

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    themom51  about 7 years ago

    Obviously, neither did Irene…

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    Clobbered by Science Premium Member about 7 years ago

    Ted wants the security of a wife at home who will both take care of him and adore him no matter what he does. And he wants the excitement of having a new woman in his life on a regular basis (not to mention the ability to drop her whenever it’s convenient).


    I’d tell Ted that if he’s not interested in monogamy, he should marry a woman who’s okay with that. No harm, no foul. But there are two problems with that plan: 1) She’s probably not going to be interested in monogamy either; and 2) She’s probably not going to be the type who lives to adore and take care of someone. She’d be a person who can stand on her own two feet — and expect the adults around her to do the same.

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    Last Rose Of Summer Premium Member about 7 years ago

    CLUELESS git.

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    tuslog1964  about 7 years ago

    From an old advice column: Lady knew her husband was sleeping around, but as long as he was bringing home his paycheck – no problem!

    Anyone else remember a hit song of the 50s “Keep it a Secret”?

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    slsharris  about 7 years ago

    They meant something to your soon-to-be exwife…

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    rfeinberg  about 7 years ago

    Panel 4: Worst-drawn hands EVER!!

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    rfeinberg  about 7 years ago

    Panel 4: Worst-drawn hands EVER!!

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