Get Fuzzy by Darby Conley for November 27, 2012

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    Sumac0f13  over 9 years ago

    I want to live in Satchel’s world.

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    Varnes  over 9 years ago

    OK, Satch must have gotten into Bucky’s catnip stash big time…

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    Varnes  over 9 years ago

    When I hide stuff I put it in my underwear drawer. I figure, who’d want to paw through there?…And then later, if I forget, I can think to myself, I hid it under something, but, under where?

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    zero  over 9 years ago

    Good hat

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    AlexLion  over 9 years ago

    That doesn’t look like a magnifying glass. I’m curious, what’s that? )

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    orinoco womble  over 9 years ago

    More along the lines of Clouseau…an English Frenchman!I have done this, put something away “for safe keeping” knowing darn well I would probably forget where it was, and I was right!! Longest “lost” item so far was over 8 years, a ring belonging to my mother…just found it again this summer.Now if I could just find the star for the Christmas tree before the family kills me…

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    PICTO  over 9 years ago

    The games afoot.

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    rolleg  over 9 years ago

    Just plain Canadian, I think. French and English are both official languages.

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    rshive  over 9 years ago

    Truer words were seldom spoken, Satch.

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    Kathy Freeman  over 9 years ago

    Inspector Clouseau of The Surete! =^..^=

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    Zaristerex  over 9 years ago

    I’m Canadian and I don’t get the “Inspector Pretty Little Find-it-all” reference. I’ll just wait until tomorrow; they’ll explain it.

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    Scooby D. Labbé  over 9 years ago

    The tool for removing oil filters is called an oil filter wrench

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    AndiJ  over 9 years ago

    It’s shaped like a curry comb, but I bet it’s shedding blade. They’re pretty much the same though. ;)

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    Scooby D. Labbé  over 9 years ago

    An oil filter wrench wouldn’t have any “teeth” so I ‘m guessing it’s Satchel’s dog brush.

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    ellisaana Premium Member over 9 years ago

    I thought, maybe Poirot, but he is Belgian.

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    chriscc63  over 9 years ago

    his self proclaimed name of “inspector pretty little find it all” is is a little gender bender

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    rw1h  over 9 years ago

    Satch speaks a foreign language the same way I do….Exactly the way I hear it.

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    Editer63  over 9 years ago

    I have a friend who, like me, tends to misplace things. Once one of us was looking for something and said “I even put it in a special place so I’d be able to find it.” Ever since then, between us, “I put it in a special place” means “I have no idea where it is.”

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    orinoco womble  over 9 years ago

    How sad is my life? I actually Googled “Inspector Pretty Little Find-it-All.” And came up with zilch. Which is hardly surprising.

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    ThomasPopeHousehold  over 9 years ago

    The magnifying thingy returns as mysteriously as it disappeared….

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    MysteryCat  over 9 years ago

    Love today’s strip, comments and all!

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    water_moon  over 9 years ago

    I do that all the time. And then when I’m looking for something else and find something lost it’s AWSOME, like "THERE"S where that is!" and “Hey, guess what I found?!” sadly we moved recently and there’s a lot more of the “Where IS my blah?” to find anything found amusing.

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    Kathe  over 9 years ago

    LOL Oh so funny today as well as the comments. :) Thanks!

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