Luann by Greg Evans for January 14, 2021


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    TEMPLO S.U.D.  5 months ago

    way to put a fun idea in your family members’ heads, Luann

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    Space_Owl on GoComics   5 months ago

    Now it’s really fun.

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    AnyFace  5 months ago
    ”Tend to the task most in need first.” ✨
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    Cheapskate0  5 months ago

    Shannon returns! And all are having a good time.

    And Luann made a much better suggestion today than yesterday.

    (Though I gave her a pass on yesterday. We are creatures of habit)

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    Namrepus  5 months ago

    A fudge bar is a terrible thing to waste.

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    capricorn9th  5 months ago

    Wonder why Brad doesn’t leave since he dropped Shannon off for babysitting? Or is he not wanting to miss out on the fun eating the fudge bars?

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    Tyge Premium Member 5 months ago

    I love the Grand Awakening in panel 2.

    “Did somebody sat fudge bars!?!?”

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    beb01  5 months ago

    It’s a week of Sundays.

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    Tyge Premium Member 5 months ago

    Nice little vignette. Time for bed.

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    Rhetorical_Question   5 months ago

    Watching the emergency light is fun? Lucky that Luann remember the fudge bars in the refrigerator. Hopefully, the Electric Power Outage will end on Saturday. Maybe, they switch to different household. BTW, where is Nancy Degroot?

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    luann1212  5 months ago

    TG stole my line. I defy anyone to come up with a long, what the story line is with this other than warm, fun, tasty. OOPs almost I did, but I won’t which I am sure some cheer.

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    Airman  5 months ago

    Puddles: from concern, to curiosity, to contentment. All is well.

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    Joe Petitjean  Premium Member 5 months ago

    A fudge bar is delicious.

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    Brdshtt Premium Member 5 months ago

    “Wow, Auntie Lulu, let’s leave the ’lectricity off all the time!”

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    Chopped Fowl  5 months ago

    “The family that eats fudge bars together, … uh, … stays together"

    … yeah, that’s it ….

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    Rhetorical_Question   5 months ago

    Must be a new moon night? No moonlight shinning through the windows.Why is Frank sitting on the couch without Nancy? There only one emergency light in the Degroots` house. Bernice might be at the Halpers for a family dinner.

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    Brdshtt Premium Member 5 months ago

    Since we are all interested in all the minutiae of everything going on in the strip, I’ll ask the pertinent question – who went and got the fudge bars out of the freezer? Inquiring minds want to know…

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    kenhense  5 months ago

    This is Sunday material. We need a story!

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    OneTime59  5 months ago

    Inconveniences lead to bonding. With no electronics, they’ll be telling campfire stories.

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    Mordock999 Premium Member 5 months ago

    Yes enjoy your fudge bars.

    In the meantime, $500 worth of food is going to waste in the freezer. Eventually.

    By the way.

    It’s early in the blackou, but have you notice that the DeGroot Clan has yet to express ANY concern for:

    1) Roommates?

    2) Friends?

    3) Enemies?

    4) Wives?


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    NeedaChuckle Premium Member 5 months ago

    Last outage the food lasted the 3 days the power was out. I now have a generator just for the fridge and recharging stuff.

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    Aladar30 Premium Member 5 months ago

    Great suggestion Luann! Wasting fudge bars would be unforgivable!!! It feels like a sweet, tender, fun (and tasty) family moment ♡♡♡. This reminds us how facing difficulties together can unite and help rediscover pleasant things to do together.

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    Wizard of Ahz-no relation  5 months ago

    a closed fridge is good for 24 hours. by opening it to get the fudge you compromised everything else.

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    Perplexed  5 months ago

    Finally!!! Hilarity has now ensued!!!

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    MS72  5 months ago

    Yeah, did anyone else think the “Wheel of Fortune” puzzle missed it with their “FUDGE POPSICLE”? I’ve never heard them called that, always “FUDGESICLE”.

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    EllisAmirRogersArcher  5 months ago

    I could use an ice cream sandwich right now.

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    mrsdonaldson  5 months ago

    Now it’s fun!

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    KEA  5 months ago

    Clever, Luann, clever

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    Kim Roberts  5 months ago

    We always had board games and a deck of cards on hand for power outages. Being in Tornado Alley, we also had cases of water, hard candies, tins of cookies, powdered milk, cocoa and cider mixes, small juice bottles, Coleman lanterns and camp stoves, tent, sleeping bags…

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    ctolson  5 months ago

    I won’t knock it, but actually a freezer will keep food frozen for at least 24 hours or longer if you don’t open it.

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    Major Matt Mason Premium Member 5 months ago

    Oh, FUDGE.

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    Code the Enforcer  5 months ago

    “Always look on, the BRIGHT Side of LIFE !!” … :)

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    Otis Rufus Driftwood  5 months ago

    Always look for the bright side.

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    MuddyUSA  Premium Member 5 months ago

    Oh, fudge!

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    MichaelHelwig  5 months ago

    A freezer will stay frozen for up to 48 hours if YOU DON’T OPEN IT.

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    raybarb44  5 months ago

    Problem solved. Anyone care for another?……

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    micromos  5 months ago

    First thing I get after the lantern!

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    Flatlander, the commentator formally known as...  5 months ago

    From experience, freezers are good for a couple of days it you don’t open them.

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    Willow Mt Lyon  5 months ago

    Eat the ice cream because it’s going to melt!

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    Loki McMuffin  5 months ago

    That reminds me, the Degroots blackout may be melting the moose tracks ice-cream in my freezer.

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    swanridge  5 months ago

    Like Shannon really needs more sugar.

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    JPuzzleWhiz  5 months ago

    Siegfried and Roy are reunited — but it may not feel so good.

    Siegfried Fischbacher, the surviving member of the duo has passed away at the age of 81.

    May he be in Magician Heaven, performing wonderful magic with his deceased partner.

    R. I. P.

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    tkspring  5 months ago

    This has been a fun thread, but I kind of want to go back to Tiffany to see what she’s been up to. (Maybe next week or the week after?)

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    yangeldf  5 months ago

    as long as you don’t open the door the insulation on a modern refrigerator should keep your food frozen for at least 24 hours

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    Pipe Tobacco Premium Member 5 months ago


    Who would have thought that a power outage could be portrayed as fun. :)

    Luann’s silly suggestion yesterday is clearly overcome today with this winner of a suggestion.

    It is interesting to note that the power outage has THUS FAR seemingly reduced some of Shannon’s energy as well…. and she has also been displaying GREAT behavior…. helpfulness, happiness, “going-with-the-flow”, etc.

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    Scott Sallstrom  5 months ago

    When I was in high school an ice storm caused downed power lines. The outage lasted almost a week.

    We got dry ice & packed it into the refrigerator & freezer, which kept things at the temperature they needed to be.

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    smsrt  5 months ago

    That’s what I’m talking about!

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    bryan42  5 months ago

    Always look on the bright side of life.

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    Ren Rodee  5 months ago

    Making lemonade

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    fedupbear  5 months ago

    wow…. some of y’all are waaaay too serious about this LOL

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    BJShipley1  5 months ago

    And now I find myself craving ice cream.

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    Sisyphos  5 months ago

    Not really a huge fan of fudge bars, but I acknowledge a good thing when I see it….

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    PAR85  5 months ago

    When the power goes out, refrain from opening the fridge/freezer unless necessary. Each time you open you decrease the time items will remain cold/frozen by letting in warm air.

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    LeighBurton  5 months ago

    I thought Brad had to leave!

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    Guy Steele Premium Member 5 months ago

    The FDA says:

    • The refrigerator will keep food cold for about 4 hours if it is unopened.

    • A full freezer will keep the temperature for approximately 48 hours (24 hours if it is half full) if the door remains closed.

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    Brdshtt Premium Member 5 months ago

    Since the electric stove is out, Nancy is in the kitchen getting dinner ready. The fudgecicles are not the only the only thing she took out of the freezer. Everyone is having frozen spinach on a stick and she’s using Frank’s hacksaw to cut everyone portions of Stouffer’s beef lasagna. Bon Appétit, y’all…

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    AndrewSihler  5 months ago

    When life gives you lemons, make lemonade . . . ?

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    SeaSnork  5 months ago

    Puddles looks content in the last frame…

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    oakie817  5 months ago

    most excellent

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    w16521  5 months ago

    I’m surprised Puddles doesn’t want a fudge bar.

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    bakana  5 months ago

    Save the Fudge Bars.

    Always, save the Fudge Bars.

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    mandy052878  5 months ago

    because power is out all over town

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    Schrodinger's Dog  5 months ago

    Tomorrow: segue’ to Bernice? or?

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    YorkGirl  Premium Member 5 months ago

    Looks like Brad didn’t go anywhere. Cute how they all turned at once and saved the fudge bars from melting. Did Nancy get one as well? ;-D

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    RSH  5 months ago

    Leave the fridge and freezer doors shut……. read a book with a flashlight……. chill out……..there’s plenty time for worrying later on.

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    rklynch  5 months ago

    I like the last panel..

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