Garfield by Jim Davis for May 23, 2010

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    ladywolf17  about 12 years ago

    Stupid restaurant. I thought that the customer was always right.

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    Coyoty Premium Member about 12 years ago

    If Garfield can supply the ingredients, he could have shown them to Jon when asked what he wanted.

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    mrslukeskywalker  about 12 years ago

    For someone with so many pets, Jon subjects an awful lot of animals to a brutal cartoon fate.

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    Llewellenbruce  about 12 years ago

    Wonder who’s going to eat that pizza?

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    Pacejv  about 12 years ago

    I request ‘anchovies’ …yet I ask if they use blue or brown eyed ones…..nails ‘em every time!

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    HappyChappy  about 12 years ago

    Joe-Allen “Joe” Doty……….Cats are telepathic and cat owners become attuned to their pets, you would know that if you owned one (or one owned you). If you do have one “why in the Devils name are you asking?”

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    Rakkav  about 12 years ago

    Well said, HappyChappy.

    This is a cartoon anyway, and in cartoons pets are perfectly capable of communicating with their owners and vice versa. Take that capacity away and the humor is mostly gone.

    Anthropomorphic humor, baby…

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    Piumos  about 12 years ago

    In any case such a pizza is far too unrealistic even for a cartoon strip. Garfield could have imagined, couldn’t he?

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    lewisbower  about 12 years ago

    How could JOE know if he doesn’t have a cat? I own a couple so the strip appears perfectly normal to me.

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    Celticwho  about 12 years ago

    Who knows? Maybe Pappa Johns has at least the canaries. (Do canaries taste like chicken, I wonder?)

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    rotts  about 12 years ago

    Shmiss - while lots of folks comment on JADs comments, it is NOT ACCEPTABLE to take personal shots like that at anyone!

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    Justice22  about 12 years ago

    Just gave me another idea for a pizza topping. Yummmm! Dried prunes.

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    Trainwreck_1  about 12 years ago

    Buy the pizza and tie to the front of your car on the way home and pass by the park… Birds, fish in the pond and cat nip growing like weeds… Pardon the pun! And when you get home problem solved.

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    Wildmustang1262  about 12 years ago

    Sighhhhhhhh! Ahem! Jon should know better to make a homemade pizza with Garfield’s favorite toppings (canaries, goldfish and extra catnip) and then, put the pizza in the oven and bake for 30-40 minutes. Instead of calling the pizza parlor to make an order. Garfield will be so delightful to gulp all of the pizza at once!

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    JohnKG  about 12 years ago

    When didn’t Garfield want a pozza?

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    HappyChappy  about 12 years ago

    rotts………while it may seem inappropriate to you, JOD seems to enjoy insulting everyones intelligence with his stupid, intended or unintended, comments. This means that he is “Open Game” to anyone who feels they need to take a shot. As they say “If you can’t stand the heat get out of the kitchen” but I suspect JOD actually enjoys provoking responses ‘cos nobody is really that dumb.

    shmlss……..Glad to know I am not alone here.

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    Jofus13  about 12 years ago

    Now this one would be funny as a Garfield Minus Garfield, then in the last panel, Jon could just stand there looking like he does in panel 3 or 5.

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    serenasakitty  about 12 years ago

    Good idea Wildmustang except pizzas are baked very fast at high temperature. Usually 10-15 minutes for a large pizza, less time for a smaller one.

    It seems to me that Joe made a perfectly acceptable comment, and it is often other posters who feel free to take shots at him.

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    Tsali-Queyi  about 12 years ago

    I don’t like cats, but living in the country, you have to have them around or be smothered in mice. I do have one of those Tea cup Taco dogs (I’d make a fool of myself trying to spell it) and it is certainly able to communicate with me. In fact it is so smart that it can bark in seven different languages.

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    Wildmustang1262  about 12 years ago

    Tsali Queyi

    You mentioned about the “Tea Cup Taco dog” was called Chihuahua.

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    travburg1  about 12 years ago

    Garfield is the Dom and Jon and that poor dog are his subs.

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    Pressbear  about 12 years ago

    Give me a break. Everybody knows the cat is the boss!! At least everyone who has ever lived with a cat knows that.

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    stuart  about 12 years ago

    Pico’s in Fairfax used to offer frog legs as a pizza topping. $20. It was the kind of things teenagers ordered on a dare.

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    glitterygal07  about 12 years ago

    And tomorrow’s strip, Garfield will want an extra large pizza with a whole swordfish. better keep making those calls, John.

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    Tsali-Queyi  about 12 years ago

    Wildmustang, I know what it’s called. I’m just too illerate to spell it and didn’t want to get out my dictionary

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    IdahoSpud  about 12 years ago

    Jon being able to read Garfield’s mind is fine with me. What bothers me a little is the inconsistency. At times, Jon acts like he can’t.

    I like this one. Especially the funny looking fish trying to draw Garfield as funny-looking as they are.

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    ElJorro  4 months ago

    I can’t say catnip would make a good topping.

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