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FoxTrot Classics by Bill Amend for March 02, 2010

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    Colt9033  over 9 years ago

    She too goggy to think straight. Wait until she realizes that she late.

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    Dkram  over 9 years ago

    I so would like to do that to the alarm clock, but I need my hand in good condition for work.

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    KEA  over 9 years ago

    I like the violence on a background of hearts, balloons and teddy bears

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    lewisbower  over 9 years ago

    They have a baseball alarm clock that you throw against the wall. Five minutes later it goes off again and you have to get up to find it under the bed or wherever/

    I hate my kitty cat alarm clock. She shoves her fuzzy face in mine. If I don’t get up, she turns around.

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    treBsdrawkcaB  over 9 years ago

    Kea - I was thinking the same thing! She has this cutsie-poo room decoration which conceals the violent beast that she becomes when the alarm goes off. Note that the hearts mobile she has hanging is jangled by the smashing of her alarm clock.

    Jason needs to put a metal plate on top of her alarm clock, hook it up to the secondary coil of a 1:1000 turns ratio XFMR and plug the primary coil into the 110V outlet. She’ll get up alright and probably never smack her alarm clock again. She’d probably also like her new afro…

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    kab2rb  over 9 years ago

    Our cat is an alarm cat doesn’t jump on the bed and stick his face in our face. But meows loud when its feeding time and wants us out of bed so he can jump on to sleep.

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    LadybugMacon  over 9 years ago

    I have a guinea pig alarm clock. He chatters from his cage as early as 3:00 wanting food.

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    Wenthral  over 9 years ago

    I had a alarm clock once that had no snooze button and required you to move two switches to turn it off. Even worse the thing didn’t have that annoying “beep beep” sound of today’s alarm clocks but a much lower louder tone. When it went off it basically scared you awake and then by the time you turned the bleeep thing off you were well and truly awake.

    To add insult to injury the thing was built like a tank and could (did) with stand a great deal of punishment. When I finally got rid of it I pounded that thing into the pavement with a 5lb sledge hammer. It help up surprisingly well to even that.

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    Furienna  over 9 years ago

    Ladyfingers86: Actually, she DOES know where the snooze button is. Notice how it’s nine minutes later the second time the alarm clock buzzes?

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    Metroidprime8wwd  over 9 years ago

    she must have a really strength, look how the room shakes when he slams her fist.

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    boxbabies  over 9 years ago

    While I was in 9th grade I stayed with a friend for a week while my folks were on vacation. Her stupid alarm clock startled me so bad the first morning I jumped and landed on her while trying to reach the blasted thing. I think I complained about that idiot clock the rest of that week…and I believe she threatened to make me sleep in her closet for the rest of the week if I did that again. Of course, looking back at it twenty-five years later we both think it was hysterical.

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    JP Steve Premium Member over 9 years ago

    Metroid, she works out beating up her younger brother!

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    rdh288  over 9 years ago

    I keep mine across the room, so I have to get out of bed to stop it.

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    WilliamAmend  over 9 years ago

    Colt9033 - That is exactly how I planned this strip! You could be a future cartoonist.

    Bill Amend
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    dxjohncenacaz  about 3 years ago

    Doesn’t that hurt her hand?

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