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Garfield Classics by Jim Davis for May 14, 2021

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    TEMPLO S.U.D.  4 months ago

    well played, Jon

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    JD'Huntsville'AL  4 months ago

    DUH, he uses opposing legs — otherwise he would tip over with ever step.

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    wiatr Premium Member 4 months ago

    It would depend on the gait. That said, I probably couldn’t walk either if I had to think about it first.

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    in-dubio-pro-rainbow  4 months ago

    “I’ll never walk again” – said in 1983 and consistently followed through until today!

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    dave1960  4 months ago

    Oh! No! How will you ever get to the fridge now?

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    Troglodyte  4 months ago

    Don’t mind Jon, Garf. He was just pulling your leg!

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    Ellis97  4 months ago

    Good question.

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    Nyckname Premium Member 4 months ago

    Good one, Jon.

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    awcoffman  4 months ago

    Don’t ask, Jon. Just watch him walk (if he ever does).

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    scyphi26  4 months ago

    Well, as long as Jon keeps bringing the food to you, that won’t be TOO much of a problem…

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    Goat from PBS  4 months ago

    That depends. Is he walking on all fours or just his hind legs?

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    SunflowerGirl100  4 months ago

    There’s an old poem about someone asking a centipede how it walks and the poor centipede was so confused it couldn’t walk.

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    chris.lemarie  4 months ago

    There was a similar conundrum in Tintin and The Red Sea Sharks (Coke en stock in the French version). Tintin and Captain Haddock are prisoners on a pirate freight ship. Before bidding them good night, the captain of this ship (an old nemesis of Haddock), asks him if he sleeps with the beard above or below the blanket. Of course, Haddock can never find sleep after that.

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    donwestonmysteries  4 months ago

    He be tripping now. (Yeah, double meaning.)

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    Happy, happy, happy!!! Premium Member 4 months ago

    Never think about walking when you are walking.

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    WentBrown  4 months ago

    hmmm way to confuse him Jon.

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    FreyjaRN Premium Member 4 months ago

    The centipede’s dilemma.

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