Frazz by Jef Mallett for February 25, 2012


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    Randy B Premium Member about 9 years ago

    Nope, she said “one sparkly here and here”, representing the two ones.

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    black_knight15_au  about 9 years ago

    If the two previous ones were Iridium and Platinum and the next one was Mercury, then that could work…

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    black_knight15_au  about 9 years ago

    @Randy BWell played sir – you’re absolutely correct…

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    Chip Davis Premium Member about 9 years ago

    I can’t wait for the “Annotated Compendium of Erudite Frazz Puns – Vol. 1” (coming soon to a bookstore near you)!

    Miller, Cassatt/Brookins Pastis: you’re good, but you’re just not in the same league.

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    T_Lexi  about 9 years ago

    This is Golden. Thought it would Spiral out of control there for a moment… Thumbs up, Jef!

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    rugeirn  about 9 years ago

    … and math geeks shouldn’t pun!

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    James Wilkins Premium Member about 9 years ago

    I like Frazz because it makes me think and learn (or relearn). I’d completely forgotten about fibonacci numbers.

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    prrdh  about 9 years ago

    As Jef once again shows his mastery of the Fegtoon art form.

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    cissycox  about 9 years ago

    @baslim the begger Thanks for the link. Spent a lot of time this morning learning geometry. Very interesting.

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    rollerposter  about 9 years ago

    Trigonometry multiplication. A times of the sine.

    Now that’s a Math Pun!!!

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    atajayhawk  about 9 years ago

    Hi, Nab! Haven’t seen you for a while—but my fault, as I’m not reading comments a lot, anymore.

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    dmcnab3 Premium Member about 9 years ago

    As a retired middle school nerd/teacher I just plain love it! It would be my question of the day.

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    underwriter  about 9 years ago

    Thanks for the link! It will keep me in stitches! Best knitter I ever knew was a retired math teacher. How I miss her yarn shop! But she retired a second time :-(

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    bobdingus  about 9 years ago

    21, 34, 55, 89, 144….

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    monawarner  about 9 years ago

    Well, I know how to read a comic. I don’t always know how to understand what’s being offered. Especially when it comes to math and knitting. Sparklies I understand.

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    lynnskay Premium Member about 9 years ago

    The Fibonacci numbers technique is often used in knitting stripes. I learned this technique from reading about it in a knitter’s blog years ago. I’ve never used it (or heard of anyone else using it) for adding sequins, though.

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    djbowen  about 9 years ago

    I always enjoy the puns in this strip! It’s nice to be entertained and learn something at the same time.

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    pam Miner  about 9 years ago

    Oh I like that one!

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    Mel-T-Pass Premium Member about 9 years ago

    Facebook friend pointed this strip out to me, just added it to my GoComics page. Just my kind of humor!

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    bluescorer  about 9 years ago

    This works well for pass line bets at craps too.

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    bluvillagr  about 9 years ago

    OMG – funniest one EVER!!!!

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    goose1948  about 9 years ago

    Thank you again for your divine proportions of humor

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