Window reads: GROCERY
Nancy: May I have a piece of your wrapping paper?
Man: Sure---Pull off a piece.
Nancy: This is for my Christmas list.
big expecttations huh Nancy???
He should’ve said “A small piece”
Nancy is taking her cue from John Hancock, who said he wrote his name on the Declaration of Independence large enough for King George III to be able to read without his spectacles.
LOL! When I was a kid, I used to draw on the butcher paper….
This is what an unlimited spreadsheet looked like before computers.
Panel 5: A speeding auto runs into the paper. Nancy is dragged to her death.
Give an inch and she’ll take a mile.
1-Doh dee doh. 2-NANCY: I got a job working with a famous artist. He sent me out for some wrap. BUTCHER: I can see where this is going from a mile away but go ahead and take some. 3-BUTCHER: (Ok, I’ll play dumb here) WHO THE HECK ARE YOU WORKIN’ FOR? NANCY: CHRISTO of course. Look him up. BUTCHER: I hate when I get dragged into these highbrow gags…ARE YOU SURE YOU DON’T WANT TO MAKE SOME CRACK ABOUT TOILET PAPER NANCY: Crack, toilet paper! Good one!
Hmm. Nancy should instead put her list on microfische. :) Remember those? :)
What happened to the Indians when the white men came and asked for some land. Then produced that long long means of getting as much as they can steal.
That’s how she rolls.
An abuser for sure.