FoxTrot Classics by Bill Amend for December 20, 2010


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    BigChiefDesoto  about 10 years ago

    Boy! It would take a REALLY dumb kid to come up with an unflattering parody of his mother this close to Christmas!!!

    I wonder how many lumps of coal HE gets!!

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    ses1066  about 10 years ago

    I guess that I am losing it, I can’t see where a gift of Flash Cards is a bad thing … unless Mrs. Grinch is just taking them off of the market. On the other hand if you get Flash Cards without having a Flash reader …

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    flickm  about 10 years ago

    @SeS I think it means educational flash cards… actual physical paper cards…

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    LukeJavan8 Premium Member about 10 years ago

    More about ‘greed’ , Jason…..

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    newworldmozart  about 10 years ago

    I’ve always told my son that he’ll get coal in his stocking, now I found a candy that is shaped and wrapped like coal. So I got two, one for him and his dad. (forget to put anything in my stocking for 19 years will you. Ha!)

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    DerkinsVanPelt218  about 10 years ago

    There’s no chance of getting Halo Reach with that attitude. Now, you might be lucky to get Phineas and Ferb on DS.

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    mrprongs  about 10 years ago

    BigChiefDesoto, he’s not getting the gifts he wants either way. Might as well enjoy himself somehow.

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    natashalee  about 10 years ago

    I love this! Very clever Jason!!!

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    Dewsolo  about 10 years ago

    When we were kids, we had a coal furnace. One winter was really bad money wise and my dad said he wished we’d misbehave so Santa would leave some coal. My littlest sister (about 3 at the time) very solemnly said “I’ll try Daddy, I’ll try to be bad.” That was some 50 odd years ago. Of course we remind her of it nearly every year.

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