FoxTrot Classics by Bill Amend for August 03, 2010


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    i_am_the_jam  over 10 years ago

    Coming up next: the race to the bathroom, and to find some Maalox…

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    KenTheCoffinDweller  over 10 years ago

    You are both assuming it actually was a hamburger and not something else. Have eaten the “oreo filling chips” that I found on the washer one afternoon I have sort of been there, done that, except the “filling” turned out to be some dribbles of the baking soda and ammonia mix Mom had made to put on my sister’s beesting.


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    Rakkav  over 10 years ago

    Well, now we know why you dwell in a coffin: early eating habits leading to an early demise. :)

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    Sandfan  over 10 years ago

    Just needs a little BBQ sauce, a slice of raw onion, some pickles, and a bun. The proper additions can make even a “veggie” burger edible.

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    lewisbower  over 10 years ago

    Teenager+food=no problema.

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    Yukoneric  over 10 years ago

    Welcome to my new restaurant: Sam and Ella’s!

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    Bargrove Premium Member over 10 years ago

    The French-fry rule is three years.

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    treBsdrawkcaB  over 10 years ago

    Bargrove - then I’ve got some treats for you behind my car’s seats. Traveling long distances with little kids provides lots of that sort of thing…

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    Rockingwoman  over 10 years ago

    to sandfan

    Hey! veggie burgers are yummy Way better than dead animal flesh. Shudder.

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    camelsamba2  over 10 years ago

    You guys forget: the dad cooks things to a crisp. Any bacteria that lived in there died long ago - and nothing else could find a surface to start growing on!

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    comeonbanana  over 5 years ago

    Later on: Roger: Andy? Have you seen the charcoal briquette I left on the BBQ?

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