MythTickle by Justin Thompson for December 01, 2008

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    Pokefan_Frank  over 13 years ago

    Wait, isn’t Sir Dudley a “poor little thing stuffed in a bucket”?

    Hey, nice effect for the space in between the panels!

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    mfboyd  over 13 years ago

    how do we know the tree didn’t do something in a previous life to deserve this Karma?

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    Radical-Knight  over 13 years ago

    Maybe it’s having an “Out Of Tree” experience. Is it “Out on a Limb”?

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    shippingtroll  over 13 years ago

    I buy potted trees and then plant them in the yard after the holiday, I’m a fir-tarian!

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    ChiehHsia  over 13 years ago

    yeah so do I, but that wouldn’t work with this punch line.

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    Simon_Jester  over 13 years ago

    “Christmas…is a time for cutting down trees, and hanging plastic do-dads on them, watching them die slowly in your living-room, catch fire, and burn down your house, and all your possessions.” – Steve Martin

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    Redmess  over 13 years ago

    We always had a plastic tree.

    That would be a tofu-tree then.

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    Pokefan_Frank  over 13 years ago

    Simon Jester, I, too have a quote. It’s parafrased somewhat, but:

    Christmas is when humans celebrate the coming of their lord by butchering a tree alive and stringing it with flammable lights. What? It’s got its dark side!

    –Brooke McEldowney’s “A Fairy Merry Christmas” (which you can read on this site if you’re a “pro”)

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    oranaiche  over 13 years ago

    Pokefan_Frank, try this:   http://picayune.uclick.com/comics/pib/2005/pib050407.gif

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    bmonk  over 13 years ago

    Simon_Jester says:

    “Christmas…is a time for cutting down trees, and hanging plastic do-dads on them, watching them die slowly in your living-room, catch fire, and burn down your house, and all your possessions.” – Steve Martin

    Reminds me of Benard Shaw, who said, “I love flowers…. I love children too, but I would not like anybody to cut off their heads and arrange those heads on my table.”

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    stpatme  over 13 years ago

    It’s all Prince Albert’s fault.

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