Frazz by Jef Mallett for November 15, 2022

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    Erse IS better  7 months ago

    Better IS better, even if it’s only a tiny bit better. Though customers tend to get frustrated when the sales “better” is better for THEM, not for the customer.

    PS: I smell better than a stink bug AND better than a wet dog. Usually at least… But probably never as good as fresh ground coffee.

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    Caldonia  7 months ago

    No. Sense.

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    Kroykali  7 months ago

    Pick up a stink bug by the antennas. They won’t spray. They will if you grab them by the legs or body.

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    chromosome Premium Member 7 months ago

    Stink bugs smell like cilantro to me.

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    T Smith  7 months ago

    Oh, if only brewed coffee tasted half as good as fresh ground coffee smells.

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    The Wolf In Your Midst  7 months ago

    Stink bugs have a lot of credibility. What they do is right in their name!

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    Snuffles [Previously Helikitty]   7 months ago

    It’s more like saying you don’t smell as bad as a stink bug.

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    sandpiper  7 months ago

    Even being termed 1 up from the bottom is a kinda compliment. Not a big one, but still good.

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    Scott S  7 months ago

    Just don’t plant peonies near the house. Unless an invasion of ants is something you enjoy.

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    Stephen Gilberg  7 months ago

    C.S. Lewis pointed out that worshiping God amounts to saying, “Hey, better than Satan,” which is a very weak but allegedly adequate compliment.

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    Bilan  7 months ago

    One day, Caulfield and Mrs Olsen will admit they admire each other. Some day.

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    rasputin's horoscope  7 months ago

    I wonder why Jef chose the peony as an example of a fragrant flower. They aren’t particularly noted for their fragrance, and they don’t grow well in much of the US.

    I think Jef just enjoys making perversely obscure references.

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