One man’s insult is another’s opportunity
Uh Oh! I do foolish things for fun!
We’re supposed to do serious things for fun???
“A foolish thing for fun?” I think she means golf.
I really don’t see how “walk more” can be interpreted as an insult.
This story arc is going to be on the level of her mug sale when she Broke her arm while saving Gabby
The e̶m̶p̶i̶r̶e̶ Mrs.Olsen strikes back.
She could start easy, there is a 5, 10K volksmarch on the Zukey Lake Trail Walk, Hamburg, MI, then end of July – ava.org
My foolish things are a lot more fun than Frazz’s.
Maybe her physician is Dr. Scholl?
How about participating in a march for some political cause about which she has strong feelings? There’s no shortage of those lately, no matter what one’s politics.
How about fun foolish things…
Most fun things are, by some measure, foolish, since they’re not “productive”
It’s wonderfully empathetic of Frazz to view Mrs. Olsen’s diagnosis as “cool” because its going to force her into adopting a lifestyle he’s more approving of.
Isn’t fun by definition doing something at least a little bit foolish?
Does Frazz seem like the type to let the comments of an inert anti-fitness lard bucket “insult” him?
And come on, you call a dumb guy a dummy, that’s insulting. You call a fitness obsessive “foolish,” do you think for a minute that he believes that, or let’s it hurt his feelings?
All fun things are foolish at some level.
One of my foolish things is making bassoon and contrabassoon reeds. Sometime out of plastic drink cups from Timmy’s or a convenience store. They can sound pretty good. Four day weekend and so I’ll be busy with that. As an ex-pat I take Canada like the rest of the country AND the 4th of July as well.
Yeah, that’s not an insult. Of course you do foolish things for fun. Serious and fun don’t go together so well.
July 31, 2013