Luann by Greg Evans for May 12, 2020


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    AnyFace  10 months ago
    This gonna git UGH-lay. ✨
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    Brdshtt Premium Member 10 months ago

    Come to think of it, why don’t you tell Nancy all about you managing Weenieworld. And don’t leave anything out.

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    Prescott_Philosopher   10 months ago

    All we’re seeing so far is preparation by our GnK. Waiting for the punch line.

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    TEMPLO S.U.D.  10 months ago

    When manager of Weenie World (though I’m sure I never read the arc), Ann never learned customer service with an honest smile.

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    Rhetorical_Question   10 months ago

    Ann Eiffel is really venting her negative & narcissistic attitudes to the wrong person. Nancy, let Ann reach her conclusion and tell her, “if you feel that way, why do you come here?” Maybe you should patronize another establishment!

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    Mario64Unleashed  10 months ago

    “I know a thing or two” Shut up

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    Chocolate   10 months ago

    I’m really hoping that Nancy lets Ann rant and build herself up and then gives her a good “gotcha” comeback.

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    The Electrician  10 months ago

    This is how it should go, ’ I would love to get your order, however, you are leaving now and won’t have time to dine with us – again. These two nice US Marshals (Police Week May 10-16,2020) will assist you out.’

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    howtheduck  10 months ago

    This is a little too abrupt for me. Nancy goes to work at the Fuse and she is not there for more than a few days before she decides to become entangled in Tiffany’s drama and then ::BOOM!:; Ann Eiffel shows up in fully screaming mode. This is too fast.

    They should let Nancy settle into it. If she launches into Ann Eiffel now, it will not resonate with the readers that Nancy is the one doing this. Nancy may not like Ann Eiffel for how she treated Brad at Weenieworld, but if you were weigh that against Tiffany’s long list of bad things she did to Luann; she might want side with Ann.

    However, this could go the same way that it did when Bets developed her master plan of helping out Tiffany was mentioned once and never seen again. There seems to be a sequence of: Character says, “I am going to help Tiffany.” and then nothing.

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    live2read  10 months ago

    Okay. I’ve known that Ann is a villain and thoroughly hate her guts, but when she uses the word “woman” in that derogatory way toward Nancy, that’s something I won’t tolerate. At. All. I hope Nancy lays down the law and bars the b***h from that place for life.

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    gnmnrbl  10 months ago

    Nancy:“hmm, really? if you were such a good manager at weenie world and you know so much about how to run a successful business. why aren’t you still AT Weenie World?”

    Ann Eiffel: left speechless

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    wormfood  10 months ago

    I see the artist is making fun of Karens.

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    Airman  10 months ago

    Keep it simple. Call the EMS and request an ambulance for a customer who seems to have had a psychotic break……..and don’t forget the straight jacket. And, for good measure, send the police, too, in case she gets violent.

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    SonneIsrael  10 months ago

    Ann expects people to be insulted and ridiculed and serve her. Not a god, but an unwelcome intruder who came to injure. Ann is a thief which brings grief.

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    Cheapskate0  10 months ago

    Consistency here: The good looking women are the troublemakers in this strip.

    Possible exception made for Nancy.

    Tiffany WAS the villain in this strip – when she was skinny and, in the opinion of many, good looking. Perhaps we should have taken the hint right then when G&K put the weight on her.

    And today: Ann Eiffel. What more can I say?

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    Ahuehuete  10 months ago

    She asked to speak to the manager! She’s Karen alright!

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    wiatr Premium Member 10 months ago

    Ann is quite the charmer, isn’t she?

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    epicatt2-  10 months ago

    In Panel 4 after Ann’s bluff has been called didja’ll notice how she changed her thrust from Panel 3?Mmmmm…. Can’t wait ‘til tom’w!

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    kenhense  10 months ago

    Something is off. Ann is usually more clever with her nastiness. Today’s behavior seems more like desperation. Maybe we’ll find out what happened to her.

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    Mordock999 Premium Member 10 months ago

    Some of you were wondering about Ann’s “adventures” at Weenie World.

    It starts here, after Brad got laid off as a firefighter:

    And extends off and on into 2012.

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    luann1212  10 months ago

    Hmmm the Karen thing again. I could comment on that but I perceive it as a female who uses White girl and supposed class privilege’s over those she feels don’t measure up to her somehow. I like how the body language is drawn between two grown women here, one who owns the very establishment where the employees are being so rudely insulted. This is not an experienced grifter, used to tricking or bullying her way against kids, or vulnerable young adults, or older upper middle aged men who are easily swayed by a beautiful women, rather she is sparring with an experienced, calm, smart, lioness of a woman, who I believe has a very distinct ability to separate out the bull hockey pucks from reality. This going to be, in a distaff sense, like cool Muhammed Ali against Jolting Joe Frazier in the Thrilla in Manila, and who won that? Don’t get me wrong, I don’t think blows will be exchanged, unless Ann throws first. Then I am sure whose feminine derriere will get thoroughly kicked. Frank might have to bond out Nancy though.

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    Baarorso  10 months ago

    Better put on a “bulletproof vest” Anne. Ms. DeGroot’s about to give you “both barrels”! ;D

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    Enter.Name.Here  10 months ago

    This is getting good. Nancy is just loading up for the kill. TOMORROW, HURRY UP!

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    WaywardWind  10 months ago

    Ann Awful reminds me of why I HATED working with customers. The customer is ALWAYS the customer and deserving of respect, but the customer is almost NEVER right.

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    belant  10 months ago

    Based on Nancy’s demeanor, she’s about to go all Molly Weasley on Anne. Let the games begin!

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    Rhetorical_Question   10 months ago

    “You ask me to sit here,so you can share the things that you know about running Weenie World with me? Did I get the message, correctly?

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    PeterPirate  10 months ago

    Nancy has one hand on her hip and her eyes are half-closed in the last panel. She is not going to let herself get pushed around.

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    jimmjonzz Premium Member 10 months ago

    Marlin: If we approach quietly, Jim, we may get to witness two alpha females in the struggle for dominance.

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    David Huie Green-Life is good  10 months ago

    “I’m busy trying to decide which side to slap first or if I should call Shannon to come take another bite.”


    “I can’t take your food order; you haven’t asked for anything.” (Does a knuckle sandwich count?)

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    GovernmentCheese  10 months ago

    “I’ve managed Weenieworld, I know a thing or two” is the most uninspiring statement I’ve heard. Is she referring to the restaurant or her activities with Tiffany’s dad?

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    And Your Point Would Be  10 months ago

    I’m hoping Nancy’s calm face indicates she does not intend to get sucked in by Ann’s drama.

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    Queen Wolfen  10 months ago

    Are we sure her real name isn’t Karen?

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    michaeljwolff  10 months ago

    “Why are you sitting here instead of getting my order?”

    “Because I’m preparing to administer the Five Point Exploding Heart Technique.”

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    kingbrlee Premium Member 10 months ago

    I think the Kafe is about ready to go Kablooie.

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    electricpostcard  10 months ago

    Sometimes things are not what they appear to be. Why be quick to judge? Why not show a humane front and force your opponent to show their hand. Nancy is playing her head game and is equally as shrewd as she is. Don’t be mistaken, I’m sure she had to deal with plenty of poisonous snakes in her past and is a very skilled snake handler. Ann may appear to have power, but sometimes appearances can be deceptive as her past has always proven to be. Nancy is smart and an adult, she is fully aware and equipped to deal with whinny bratty children.

    They may be talking but who else is listening as well? You just never know what greater power maybe equally as interested also and is using Nancy to draw her out into the open. This could very well relieve Tiffany from Ann at last. But that real bear may be too big to kill here without several bear hunters with really big guns. Creating a safe haven for Tiffany though could have a positive impact on her grades at school ultimately. In some twisted way your enemy could become your best teacher regardless of their nasty fangs and spewing venom. Just avoid the head and you’ll be ok.

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    jea9hrkr  10 months ago

    No Nancy has the upper hand – do you see her running to get Annie’s order. Maybe Ann is not staying for dinner…

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    Aladar30 Premium Member 10 months ago

    Nancy understands what kind of person the client is and has left her gentle side to enter the battle mode. Ann is absolutely not impressed by this and continue her attack. This is getting better and better!!! GO NANCY!!!!

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    Murph1908  10 months ago

    It’s far past time for, “I’m the owner ma’am, and I would like you to leave. I won’t tolerate any guest abusing my staff. Have a nice day.”

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    fairportfan  10 months ago

    Wait till Nancy realises that this is the manager from hell that was managing Weenie World when Brad was working there while getting ready to retake his physical qualification for the Fire Department.

    You know – the one who ALMOST got her got into a catfight with Toni where she would have gotten her butt kicked soundly…

    {Somewhere i have the sketch Greg did of The Catfight That ALMOST Happened…}

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    muffi  10 months ago

    “Yes, I am the owner. You will NOT speak to my staff that way, ever. Now, please leave! You are no longer welcome at this establishment.”

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    jfdouglas2001  10 months ago

    I think you have to tie TIFF’s meltdown last week over failing grades to Ann’s appearance at the Fuse. Ann and Tom must have received a transcript from Mooney U. and learned that Tiff is flunking out.

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    Decius Premium Member 10 months ago

    Apart from Ann — I think the next step for Tiff will be moving out of the dorm and into the DeGroot house. And she’ll transfer to the community college. That’ll solve her money problems and let her get a grip on her academics in a more supportive environment. She can always transfer back. It’ll also tie Tiff’s storyline back to Luann’s.

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    cubswin2016  10 months ago

    I would love to see an anvil fall on Ann’s head.

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    cdward  10 months ago

    She’s not taking your order because she’s fixing to toss you out on your ear.

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    basspro  10 months ago

    I’m with Nancy on this one.

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    jfdouglas2001  10 months ago

    Is the Karen thing tied in any way to the ‘Smudge the Cat’ posts?

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    Major Matt Mason Premium Member 10 months ago

    Nancy’s just drawing a bead, Ann.

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    KTB  10 months ago

    I jut hope someone is filming all of this and forwards Ann’s hissy fit to her hubby.

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    jmcenanly  10 months ago

    Ann was ‘Karen’ before ‘Karen’ was a meme.

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    captainkodak1  10 months ago

    Anybody ever think that maybe Ann might have something to do with Tiff’s bad grades? Maybe some money under the table to insure that. Force Tiff back home and further under her thumb?

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    Tyge Premium Member 10 months ago

    Panel 1: Nancy is acting properly as the manager in that she is professing a willingness to diffuse any issue an apparently upset customer may have. Displays apologetic, subservient posture

    Panel 2: Customer presents self as person intent on being boorish, obnoxious and belligerent. Insults Nancy’s competence as a manager. (Luann1212 might say Awful Annie is throwing shade at Nancy.)

    Panel 3: Nancy abandons her appeasement posture and assumes a posture of equality with the customer. She now indicates a willingness to “do battle.” who u?

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    Ukko wilko  10 months ago

    Because you’re not getting an order. You’re leaving.

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    Jeffin Premium Member 10 months ago

    It’s OK she’s with the banned.

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    rebroxanna  10 months ago

    She seems inordinately angry even for Ann. There might be something else going on here.

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    eujeste  10 months ago

    Nancy would be in her full right to have Annie Awful escorted from the premisis.

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    eujeste  10 months ago

    Oh, don’t forget: Mr. Gray could come into play here, too. This is about to become a free-for-all… a Brawl that would make Irma look like a spring shower.

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    Aibohphobia  10 months ago

    Ann must be losing her touch. Usually she is better at manipulating people, especially adults, long before they see her true character.

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    Huckleberry Hiroshima Premium Member 10 months ago

    Weenie World? lmao

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    Tyge Premium Member 10 months ago

    This could go a number of ways. However at this point GnK have positioned Awful Annie in a position to get her comeuppance. Nancy’s encounter with Ann is likely to exhibit maturity and self confidence. As opposed to Tiffany’s powerlessness and Pru’s emotionalism.

    In other words: Cat Fight!!

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    Aibohphobia  10 months ago

    So- we have all talked about how Ox and Ann don’t seem to recall their interactions before, but what about TJ? How on earth has this not come up? And if memory serves, didn’t Brad tell his parents that his boss ay WW was horrible? Do you think that Nancy will realize this is the same woman that Brad complained about for so long?

    Also- please help me remember- Brad worked at WW in high school and then took a job there when he didn’t make the cut to be a fire fighter – right? (or was he already a fire fighter and was fired? Who remembers?)

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    EllisAmirRogersArcher  10 months ago

    You know Nancy, it’s okay to kick Ann out for being a lousy customer.

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    StoicLion1973  10 months ago

    As much as I’d like to see Nancy (or TJ) give Ann her comeuppance, Ann is a major Karma Chameleon. She’ll find a way to weasel out of any consequences from acting a like a jerk to the K2 staff.

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    colddonkey  10 months ago

    Panel 1- Following normal business protocol. Apologize as the customer is right or at least until the rant is aired. Panel 2- Ann, proves sexism works both ways assuming the manger is a male. 3- Ann, still trying to hold the upper hand in this but is about to have her azz handed to her in tomorrow’s strip. Since it is early in the week we might drag this out for 3 more days.

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    comicboyz  10 months ago

    I think you missed the snark from Nancy in the last panel, I saw no timidity. In fact, she has her arm poised to sock her in the jaw; especially when she finds out that AE was running a con out of the fuse.

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    dayle2  10 months ago

    Once Upon a Time (but this ain’t no fairy tale), restaurants and retailers had signs in their windows: “We Reserve the Right to Refuse Service to Anyone” so basically if you caused trouble or were cruel to the staff, you were BANNED from the restaurant/store. Actually, I’ve recently heard of Walmart still applying that policy. If businesses don’t have that rule – they SHOULD and DISPLAY it and ENFORCE it!!! I’ve worked retail for nearly 10 yrs and you won’t BELIEVE how ROTTEN people can be when we’re only trying to help you. Trust me – the customer is NOT always right! They lie, cheat, steal, and they’d kill if they thought they could get away with it. Ironic that nothing makes you HATE people more than working in Customer Service jobs.

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    IBGumby  10 months ago

    So far Ann has dealt with and intimidated inexperienced young adults. Nancy is the head of her household (sorry frank) and has the skills to manage immature behavior. I’m putting my money on Nancy.

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    Troglodyte  10 months ago

    Wow, looks like awful Annie’s going to get her long-awaited comeuppance soon, at Nancy’s hands at that. Delicious!

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    elliel203  10 months ago

    Nancy is a shrewd woman, she can handle Ann. Should be interesting!

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    blitheone  10 months ago

    Please, let the planets converge here. Allow Nancy to handle it, but even though it might defy logic (hey, it’s a comic strip) bring in all who’ve been wronged to witness Ann’s humiliation. There could be an applause punctuated walk of shame as she exits. Let the woman see how her family has been embraced by the Degroots and bring her a tinge of sadness. Not just furied defeat. This I pray. Amen.

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    dv1093  10 months ago

    If I were the manager of Weenieworld, I sure wouldn’t brag about it.

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    banksnld  10 months ago

    Correct me if I’m wrong, but didn’t she lose that jobs because of “Blimpo” out-maneuvering her?

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    33Angel  10 months ago

    Git ‘er, NANCY!!!

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    stealth694  10 months ago

    You Do Know Nancy, That You Can Refuse To Serve Anne Eiffel, And Ask Her NOT To Come Back.

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    Airman  10 months ago

    I like the theory that there’s trouble with Tom, and Ann has gone ‘round the bend. Just don’t let her be crying on Nancy’s shoulder.

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    RSH  10 months ago

    Folks here seem to advocate fighting fire. Not this time. Ann is like a child having a tantrum and Nancy knows this one. She is used to getting a rise out of someone, craves power (over others, like Tiffany’s Dad). Everyone should do her bidding (and wet their pants in the process). But it’s not happening; Nancy is making sure of that. No one is becoming agitated or running (in circles) in response to her. You can see how confused and upset she is becoming….“sit here… no get my order…this… that”. I think Nancy expertly realizes that Ann will just burn herself out.

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    Frosty The Snowman  10 months ago

    “Look I managed weenie world” — Would I be out of line to say she still does?

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    JCB  10 months ago

    Time for Ann to receive a lifetime ban at Café Kablooie… And the strip.

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    airbath1  10 months ago

    Maybe Les will come to Nancys rescue and give Ann a piece of his mind or maybe he and TJ. Possibly les will call Al and he will stifle Ann. My favorite scenario is Ann will make such a scene the police will come and arrest Ann!

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    Mary Sullivan Premium Member 10 months ago

    I"m surprised she didn’t call Ann out for calling Tiffany a name. Slow service is one thing, but being so rude to people is usually not something that management will put up with. I think Nancy will be classy though and put Ann in her place. Please?

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    aims  10 months ago

    Nancy’s facial expressions changed from concern to polite professionalism to you better watch your mouth in the last 2 panels. She’s already seen Tiffany break down, loves Ox, and had to listen to one of them be referred to as Blimpo, both of whom are hard-working. Her mom radar was kicking in earlier, her businesswoman drive kicked in at the beginning of this panel and by the end of this strip that arched eyebrow after hearing Ann assume the owner was a man and then telling her to get busy suggests Ann has a new enemy by the end of this week.

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    tims145  10 months ago

    Ann: “Did I say you could sit at this table??”

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    chrisjozo  10 months ago

    Nancy’s look of disinterest in the last panel shows she has already written off anything Ann is about to say. That’s a look that says I’m going to humor you and listen but you aren’t getting anywhere.

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    ForrestOverin  10 months ago

    Toss her out, Nancy. Preferably, on her ear!

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    davidlwashburn  10 months ago

    Kick her out.

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    Cincoflex  10 months ago

    As a private business owner, Nancy’s got every right to throw Ann out for harassment and being a public nuisance and I hope she does. Ann may treat younger people rudely, but she can’t get away with it against a peer.

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    42ntson  10 months ago

    Where’s the “We reserve the right to refuse service to anyone” sign?

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    locake  10 months ago

    Ann has NOT asked to see the manager. Tiffany had Ann’s To Go order on Saturday. Tiffany has dealt with Ann in this current story line.

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    bookworm0812  10 months ago

    Grab her by her neck and drop-kick her into the next millennium, Mrs. D.!

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    JonnyT  10 months ago

    I actually don’t see anything wrong with apologizing up front. Ann’s still a customer and the idea is to let the customer think they’re getting a concession, even when they’re clearly wrong. Nancy’s respectful and even-tempered response has her in control even if Ann doesn’t realize it. Her sitting at the table at the last remark tells me that she’s got this.

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    JOEL PIRARD aka Trilogy Premium Member 10 months ago

    while we are on the subject:WHAT DOES BYE, FELICIA MEAN?Bye, Felicia is a dismissive term which can be used in a number of different contexts. Most simply and frequently, it is used as a cold way to bid someone a less-than-fond farewell.

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    locake  10 months ago

    I don’t recall Nancy ever being really tough with anyone, except her husband. I don’t think Ann will get what she deserves this week. Nancy is not tough or mean enough to deal with people like Ann. Nancy does not seem to know anything about Ann’s past and her dealings with TJ, Tiff, Brad or Luann.

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    Guybrush Threepwood  10 months ago

    Uh-oh, big mistake. I think the time of reckoning is at hand.

    Ann is done.

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    comic reader 22  10 months ago

    I am confused! There has been all this pain and drama caused by Ann to different characters but when she comes along the only person who seems to remember her is Tiffany

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    ScretWitch  10 months ago

    I’m still waiting for major KARMA to kick Ann’s a**!! Been waiting for a REALLY LONG time. Sigh Something tells me we will continue to wait.

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    kauri44  10 months ago

    The fact that Ann is actually boasting about having been manager one of the franchise outlets of a comically named hot dog place as evidence of her experience tells me that she hasn’t done much with her life since then other than nab a (presumed) millionaire and sell fake lingerie. At best I might have said “I’ve been a restaurant manager…” which could imply somewhere more prestigious.

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    liberalnlovinit  10 months ago

    “I do my best kicking customers in the tuchus from a sitting position.”

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    asrialfeeple  10 months ago

    raise shields

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    notbornyesterday  10 months ago

    Ah yes, the pleasures and the pitfalls of dealing with the public.

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    RoadTrip3500  10 months ago

    Please please please – let Nancy be the one who finally takes Ann down and gets her behind bars where she belongs. Please.

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    Lightpainter  10 months ago

    cat fight!

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    mjb515  10 months ago

    Mother to one employee, quasi-stepmother to another and sister to your silent partner. The connections are choking.

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    Schrodinger's Dog  10 months ago

    Why am I reminded of Mrs Weasley confronting Bellatrix LeStrange ?

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    maxiesmom2 Premium Member 10 months ago

    From yesterday’s last panel to today’s first, it doesn’t really flow or make much sense. Someone just says to you get my order and fire Blimpo and the first thing you say is I apologize? How about ‘Excuse me? You have no business insulting my staff!’. Although then Ann knows right away that Nancy is a boss and not a staff member.

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    6foot6  10 months ago

    Because your won’t shut your Piehole long enough to let someone find out and resolve the problem. Nancy doesn’t even know what you ordered. So how is she going to resolve the issue.

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    Numbnumb  10 months ago

    Send Bubba!

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    Brdshtt Premium Member 10 months ago

    I think Nancy just changed Evil Annie’s order from “dine in” to “take out”.

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    jojo318  10 months ago

    How has TJ ,who put Ann Awful in her place at Weenieword, not seen her yet?

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    seanyj  10 months ago

    I see a girl on girl fight happening soon! Place your bets ladies and gentlemen!

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    Brdshtt Premium Member 10 months ago

    Back when Shannon bit Evil Annie’s finger, I ventured a guess that Ann might be Shannon’s mom (to this date, it never has been revealed who Shannon’s mom is). A number of commenters replied that surely Ann would recognize her own kid, so the idea of Ann being Shannon’s mom did not get much traction. Now, we have a situation where Ann apparently did not recognize Ox, and Ox did not recognize her, even though they had plenty of face time during Ann’s take down at Weenie World. At this point, it appears that the only one who knows who Ann is is Tiff. Therefore, it follows that, if no one but Tiff knows Evil Annie, and Evil Annie knows no one but Tiff, by the same token, Annie may not have recognized Shannon to be her daughter. And, at the time, Shannon may have been too young to remember Ann as her mom. We know that it was finally revealed that Ann was Les’ mom, so it is possible that some time in the future, it may be revealed that Ann is Shannon’s mom.


    In an interview some time back (2013?), Greg was asked about the two Shannons that looked alike – Shannon Lewis (that Luann used to babysit along with her sister, Lindy), and Shannon Daytona. I forget the exact wording Greg used in his reply, but it was something tantamount to he had forgotten about the original Shannon when he re – used the name and image.


    It still would not surprise me if Evil Annie was indeed Shannon’s mom and it has just not been revealed yet.

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    jamescordeiro  10 months ago

    Hmmm… What about the right to refuse service? Kick her out!

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    notbornyesterday  10 months ago

    “Wow! You managed Weenie World? Are you looking for a job? Just a moment while I get you an application…” Now that’d be a plot twist

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    kawika50 Premium Member 10 months ago

    That woman is from Hell.

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    stillfickled Premium Member 10 months ago

    Nancy needs to show her the sign- " we reserve the right to refuse service."

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    laurasohn11  10 months ago

    Ann is about to get owned…

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    cabalonrye  10 months ago

    Good for you, Nancy! Calm, composed, and totally unimpressed. That must really annoy Ann who is more used to the youngsters she can bully as much as she likes.

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    Susan123  10 months ago

    Ann Eiffel finally met her match instead of a teenager she could squash like a bug. This otta be interesting.

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    Argythree  10 months ago

    To those who find it difficult to believe that any customer can be so difficult: recently, an ice cream shop in the US partly reopened under the ‘Phase One’ of recovery from COVID-19 closings, and customers were so abusive and insistent on speeding up their orders that a teen girl quit in tears. And here in Central Florida, a man was so angry while waiting for his order at a deli counter in a Publix (major grocery store) that he pulled a gun on another customer…

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    David Huie Green-Life is good  10 months ago

    Shows how sexist I must be that I didn’t notice the assumption the owner must be a “him” until just now.

    (I am very ashamed.)


    Years back, someone called the Production Engineering Department where I worked.

    “Janet Stoner here. How may I help you?”

    “I need to talk to Kurt Hilman.”

    “He isn’t here; perhaps I could help you.”

    “No I need to speak to one of the other men in the department.”

    “I’ll transfer you to Joseph Bologna.”

    “Bologna here. What’s up?”

    He explained his problem.

    “I can’t help you with that and Hilman’s not here. Do you want to talk to our boss, Janet Stoner?”


    We figured he was too embarrassed to speak to her again after being rude earlier.

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    Treehggr87  10 months ago

    Nancy is too cool for school- she’s got the bimbo’s number

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    Scott Stevenson  10 months ago

    Nancy, a friend of mine is an umpire, and he has a saying he keeps in mind when a player or coach starts to argue: Even if I don’t know which of us is right, I know which of us is going to win the argument.

    You own the joint. Toss her out and ban her.

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    PhoenixHocking  10 months ago

    Come on, Nancy. Do us all proud and kick her butt out!

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    wantcomicsnow  10 months ago

    Why does everyone think Brad went crying to mommie with stories about how he was treated at WeenieWorld? He’s a grown man, why would he do that?

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    lms1231  10 months ago

    Certainly Nancy remember Brad’s misery at Weenie World.

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    dlaemmerhirt999  10 months ago

    My hope and wish and belief is that Ann is involved with criminals so she can be jailed!

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    Joe Petitjean  Premium Member 10 months ago

    Ann if you don’t like the service leave.

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    wantcomicsnow  10 months ago

    Why does everyone think Brad went crying to mommie with stories about how he was treated at WeenieWorld? He’s a grown man, why would he do that?

    I posted this comment earlier, and some people replied to it, but then the comment and all the replies disappeared. My comment is back now, but the replies are gone.

    Sorry guys. Don’t know what happened.

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    STACEY MARSHALL Premium Member 10 months ago

    Ooooooh! Does Weenieworld ring a bell – Brad had problems with her there?

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    STACEY MARSHALL Premium Member 10 months ago

    Fling a picture of water on this witch and see if she shrivels up like the one in the Wizard of Oz.

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    amaryllis2 Premium Member 10 months ago

    Bad grammar, Ann. It should be, “If the owner of this place were here…” It fits that her education level has…deficits.

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    amaryllis2 Premium Member 10 months ago

    I should add: Mr. Evans? Nancy is masterfully drawn. Every nuance is just so, in her face, her arms, her fingers, in her leaning forward towards Ann’s personal space in the last panel not allowing herself to be bullied whatsoever. Well done.

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    bakana  10 months ago

    Yep. And, since all the Fuze employees are Ex WeenieWorld employees, they could give an Earful about Awful Annie.

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    Natarose  10 months ago

    We reserve the right to refuse service to anyone..That means you Ann! BYE BYE!

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    dtercho  10 months ago

    We reserve the right to refuse service to anyone.

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    Sisyphos  10 months ago

    Maybe Nancy’s calm and collected approach is the way to go: I’m pretty sure Annie Awful’s head is about to explode!

    Clean-up on Table 2! (Ugh. What a mess!)

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    Otis Rufus Driftwood  10 months ago

    I still say Nancy won’t take her … stuff. Stay tuned.

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    Rhetorical_Question   10 months ago

    Hi, i was wondering if Ann Eiffel is a widow? & Leslie Knox is only child?

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    Dragoncat  10 months ago

    One would think that a smart businesswoman like Ann Eiffel would know better than to behave like this. But Ann has clearly been living off Tom Farrell’s money for far too long. Now she is like a spoiled child, expecting Tiffany to wait on her hand and foot every time she comes there. This is as close as Ann can get to controlling Tiffany, since Tiffany no longer relies on her father’s money.

    Even though her grades are not up to par, Tiffany still has the job to look forward to. So, as things stand with Tiffany right now, even if she dies flunk out of Moony, she can spend more time at the job, put money aside for a small apartment, and enroll in a college that offers classes in cosmetology.

    But Ann has become obsessed with controlling Tiffany, and getting her fired would mean no more money outside of her father’s account. She would have no choice but to move back into her father’s home, where Ann would pretend to be the good mother of a troubled child.

    But Nancy DeGroot is a professional mother, having raised Brad and Luann their entire lives. Nancy knows how to deal with difficult attitudes. She will be calm and collective, while Ann will rant and rave, making herself look bad to any and all witnesses.

    No matter what happens now, Ann will go crying to Tom Farrell, pretending to be the victim. And chances are, Tom will believe Ann and only Ann. He doesn’t listen to his own daughter. Why would he listen to anyone else?

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    cromwelljones53  10 months ago

    Yeehaa! It’s gonna get brutal! Man, I love this strip!

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    cwizard71  10 months ago

    I think Ann might be biting off more than she can chew with Nancy. She raised two kids, she can handle this taller one.

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    Dragoncat  10 months ago

    There is an old saying… “The foot you step on today may be connected to the a$$ you will be kissing tomorrow”.

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    LuannFan3  10 months ago

    This storyline is fine, but when are we getting back to Gun and Bets?? I’m dying to see what happens next!!!!!!

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    Don Rodriquez  10 months ago

    Nancy has the right to refuse service to a rude customer

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    kenhense  10 months ago

    Ann may have found out that Tiffany is flunking school, and Ann might be trying to force Tiffany to go home to Dad and learn to be Ann’s poodle. Tiffany may know that Ann knows. So Tiffany is not coming to Ann’s table, and Ann is furious because she thinks she can force Tiffany to take s*** by virtue of being a paying customer.

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    Night-Gaunt49  10 months ago

    Anne will bluff, but they have the right to throw her out for disrupting the place. Even call security or the police.

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    dae_dubois  10 months ago

    “Banned for Life!”

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    Rauderi  10 months ago

    Nancy needed a bit more of “You want the manager? . . . MWAHAHAHA I AM THE MANAGER!” But it’s cool of her to be so calm.

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    jonesbeltone  10 months ago

    Cut her off at the neck, Nancy.

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