Garfield by Jim Davis for September 12, 2020

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    codycab  almost 2 years ago

    Yeah, “Ketchup”. That’s what it is.

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    Garfieldfan37  almost 2 years ago

    Ketchup? I think Jon got a nosebleed! XD

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    Храм С.О.Д. (Templo S.U.D. ucraniano)  almost 2 years ago

    What was Jon even eating that made him get a ketchup stain? French fries perhaps?

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    Comicgeek  almost 2 years ago

    A ketchup stain in a perfect circle. Wow. Slow clap.

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    305buckets  almost 2 years ago

    I don’t know why anyone would post on social media pictures of stains on one’s shirt, but I suppose there could exist an audience who might take interest in that.

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    I Mad Am I  almost 2 years ago

    Ever go to a hotel and gather up those little bottles of shampoo and soap? I have a sister-in-law who travels quite a bit. She couldn’t use them all. So she gave them to my in-laws. They tried to pawn them off on me. I told them the truth. ‘You give me the shampoo and I will just use it as a stain remover.’ Father-in-law questioned this. ‘Shampoo gets greasy hair clean… why not clothes as well?’ He growled, ‘Why didn’t I think of that!’ and took off with all the shampoo. Haven’t seen (or been offered) one of those little bottles for years!!!! Also… I have a low priced bottle of shampoo next to my other stain removers such as hydrogen peroxide.

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    Dean  almost 2 years ago

    Something about new cloths that attracts food debris.

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    Gent  almost 2 years ago

    I’d do some melodrama saying, “Augh! They got me! Gasp! Everything’s turning dark… Gasp! Promise me you’ll feed my cat and my dog after I’m… gasp! .. gone!”

    But nooo. Jon has to be boooring.

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    Kwen  almost 2 years ago

    A few years ago , everybody would have thought “This Jon, what a clown!”. Now, we all go “Of course, you gotta, ASAP, so what?”…

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    NougatBrains  almost 2 years ago

    “Ketchup”? Not “Catsup”? The last user of the word finally capitulates…

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    jagedlo  almost 2 years ago

    a candidate for a “Garfield Minus Garfield”…

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    mrcooncat  almost 2 years ago

    Jon is like that Frank’s Red Hot commercial … He puts that **** on everything (including his shirt).

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    Zebrastripes  almost 2 years ago

    FB has turned some into posting slaves….every move they make is posted for the world to see….BOO HISS

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    Mario500  almost 2 years ago


    (wonders why)

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    Prey  almost 2 years ago

    My reaction to this type of thing is written on chalkboard outside a pub – “Instagram your meal and receive a free concussion!”

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    Ksandler4570  almost 2 years ago

    That’s not Jon, that’s society today.

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    BlitzMcD  almost 2 years ago

    Garfield, a master of the droll yet poignant observation. You’ve gotta love it.

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    Cameron1988 Premium Member almost 2 years ago

    Really, Jon?

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    A R V reader  almost 2 years ago

    And they have TikTok for this?

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    aaaaaaaa  almost 2 years ago

    funny comic

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    CaveCat87  almost 2 years ago

    I’ve gotten food stains on my clothes before, even I wouldn’t go that far as to post about it.

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    SunflowerGirl100  almost 2 years ago

    Fun History Facts (Wikipedia) Ketchup was originally a Chinese sauce! Somewhat like soy sauce with fish sauce. Ketchup is the closest pronunciation to the original word. It was brought back by sailors and centuries before it became a tomato sauce. Here’s a quote “In 1727, the first printed ketchup recipe appeared in The Compleat Housewife by Eliza Smith in England. It used anchovies, onions, vinegar, spices, and lemon peel – no tomatoes. It appears to have been people in Maine who first began using tomatoes.”

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    Scribbles   almost 2 years ago

    “Sup homies this ya boi Jon with this CRAZY ketchup stain on my shirt.”

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    Nuke Road Warrior  almost 2 years ago

    Welcome to the COVID lockdown. Jon was way ahead of the rest of us.

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    BJ40 Premium Member almost 2 years ago

    Are you sure it’s Ketchup, not a nose bleed stain ?

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    AndyMoser  almost 2 years ago

    “The Great Ketchup Stain Selfie”, a new memoir by Jon Arbuckle. #condimentbook :)

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    ✨♕EmperorFTW ɎT!♕✨  almost 2 years ago

    Post a ketchup Stain?! U MAD JON! Well, I guess he is always mad

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    AustinKniga-Bartlett  almost 2 years ago

    Leave no moment untold!

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    WentBrown  almost 2 years ago

    Hahaha that’s pathetic.

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    Cameron1988 Premium Member almost 2 years ago

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    LordVoldemort  almost 2 years ago

    No, welcome to the 21st century.

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