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Garfield Classics by Jim Davis for February 19, 2020

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    TEMPLO S.U.D.  11 months ago

    is this what prompted Jon to quit pipe smoking (and smoking in general)?

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    kenshively  11 months ago

    Expensive pipe…

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    TwilightFaze  11 months ago

    I genuinely forgot that Jon was a pipe-smoker. Wonder if he quit or he just smokes off-panel.

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    EllisAmirRogersArcher  11 months ago

    Bubbly.

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    scyphi26  11 months ago

    That’s a mouthful to say.

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    tinstar  11 months ago

    For those not familiar with Meerschaum pipes, they start out as pure white. They are delicate enough, that even the oil from the smoker’s hands can ruin the finish, so, they are generally held by the stem.After what might amount to several years of occasional smoking, they gradually begin to turn color, which is the desired effect.

    As an aside… one of my coworkers, in the Military had one that he had been “working on” for about 3 year, and it was just starting to show some color. He got home from work, one day, and his excited 13 yr. old daughter told him she had “cleaned his dirty pipe,” for him.

    I don’t THINK he cried about it…?

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    the humorist formerly known as Hotshot1984 Premium Member 11 months ago

    I would comment on “my blow toy”, but I want to keep this family friendly.

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