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FoxTrot Classics by Bill Amend for October 22, 2009

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    yyyguy  over 11 years ago

    how could he manage to lift that much weight?

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    rayannina  over 11 years ago

    Tofu and eggplant don’t weigh that much.

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    cleokaya  over 11 years ago

    Being lazy by nature, I make every effort to carry all the grocery bags in on the first trip. It can be as many as seven or eight bags. The experience is made easier by using bags with handles, so that I can slip them up my arm and continue to add bags up to the point that I can tolerate.

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    mjensen9999  over 11 years ago

    I worked with those lazy people who would carry two bags of cement at a time while I would do that in two trips!

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    hawkeye761  over 11 years ago

    I normally bring in all the groceries in a single trip. But I have to make sure that the bread and eggs are in the outside bags!

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    rdh288  over 11 years ago

    I would have said pretty much the same thing as cleokaya… if I had commented eleven hours earlier.

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    Rakkav  over 11 years ago

    Somehow, I find it difficult to correlate being lazy with carrying so much that one risks both tractor beam generator and cargo (so to speak) in the process. It seems to me that would be harder work, not easier work. It may take less energy overall to make two trips, and it can be a lot safer.

    I have a friend who sometimes seems to have the same self-contradictory concept of “laziness = overwork”. I keep thinking he’s going to break something, in himself or in the load, quickly or slowly. But, there’s no persuading him, unless he’s so overloaded that he’s forced to make two trips…

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