Garfield Classics by Jim Davis for June 26, 2022

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    Kwen  3 months ago

    That’s a though job , Garfield, but somebody gotta do it. Besides, Jon need a excuse to go see Liz, doesn’t he?

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    Храм С.О.Д. (Templo S.U.D. ucraniano)  3 months ago

    so much for a guilty conscience, eh, Garfield?

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    Choco  3 months ago

    Why would the Humane society lynch someone?

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    josh_bisbee  3 months ago

    They should. Roses smell good and look nice (good things in life), but they also have thorns (bad things in life).

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    in-dubio-pro-rainbow  3 months ago

    Life’s no rose garden – but from time to time you get a kick out of it…

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    ǝlɐ⅁ Premium Member 3 months ago

    “Nobody said life was a rose garden,” yes, Garfield, but nobody said life was your litter box (or tray or pan!) either.

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    BJ40 Premium Member 3 months ago

    Garfield, is such a pain in the arse.

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    2AndFour  3 months ago

    You are not fooling anyone, Garfield. This was destined to happen.

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    Kaputnik  3 months ago

    I think the humane society only cares about humans mistreating other animals. Non humans abusing other non humans is okay. And I assume that they wouldn’t care about non humans abusing humans.

    Now excuse me. I have a fly to swat.

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    huntingforgarfield  3 months ago

    Just think, human’s lives are more busy than Garfield’s life.

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    guenette.charlie  3 months ago

    In the spirit of the closing joke, Garfield begs your pardon, he never promised us a rose garden.

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    Goat from PBS  3 months ago

    As much as I love Odie, I don’t want to imagine Garfield any other way than this.

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    Ellis97  3 months ago

    Garfield has no conscience or morals. This is a selfish and wily protagonist done right.

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    awcoffman  3 months ago

    Lynn Anderson: “I beg your pardon….”

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