Get Fuzzy by Darby Conley for September 16, 2014

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    AGED_ENGINEER Premium Member about 9 years ago

    Better than Uncle Buck.

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    Meh~tdology, fka Pepelaputr   about 9 years ago

    It’s done the same way The Beatles sang without an accent, but when they spoke it was WTF?

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    alviebird  about 9 years ago

    Bob’s your uncle – And there you have it.Said at the conclusion of a set of instructions. Example from Wikipedia: “Left over right, right over left, and Bob’s your uncle – a reef knot”.

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    rdmacgregor  about 9 years ago

    “What about Bob?” (an uncle you wouldn’t want to have)

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    dbmeyer99  about 9 years ago

    Robert’s your father’s brother.

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    Prey  about 9 years ago

    Milli Vanilli had the advantage of 1980´s technology, the Beatles started in 1960 in local clubs… no electronic aids bar an amplifier.

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    spinnerca  about 9 years ago

    Is the visiting cat a Rex? Or some other hairless breed?

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    mistercatworks  about 9 years ago

    “Bob’s your uncle” translates as “easy as that”.

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    PastPluperfect  about 9 years ago

    Many of the British bands were influenced by the blues of the Mississippi Delta (e.g., Little Red Rooster-Rolling Stones). And further influenced by the early Rock-Country fusion of early rock-n-roll. Hence their mimicking the way North Americans poke when singing. If you have visited areas like Baton Rouge or New Orleans, you often find yourself lapsing into that “s’uthern drawl” much to your embarrassment.

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    Hunter7  about 9 years ago

    Here you go.. – Rob might not be your uncle, but he is a Bob.

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    _Kvill  about 1 year ago

    Yanks meaning Yankees? That would make sense because Bucky’s a Yankee sympathizer (according to but what about Satchel? I suppose he’s Canadian and the message is said looking at him, so is Satchel a Yankees fan? Wow I’m good at this comic theory stuff.

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