Nancy Classics by Ernie Bushmiller for February 13, 2024

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    Yakety Sax  3 months ago

    I may plant some for fresh salads. Then I know how it has been grown.

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    snsurone76  3 months ago

    I loathe onions. To me, they’re FAR worse than spinach!!

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    snsurone76  3 months ago

    While bending over on the ground in that outfit, Nancy will give the neighborhood kids a thrill: “I see London, I see France,,,”

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    billyk75  3 months ago

    Well blow me down!

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    Just-me  3 months ago

    I foresee Aunt Fritzi applying a hairbrush to Nancy’s behind again.

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    jagedlo  3 months ago

    So in reality, you DIDN’T plant all the seeds!

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    Zebrastripes  3 months ago

    LOL! Her least favorite…yuk!

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    SofaKing  3 months ago

    I feel spinach has a very mild flavor, not sure why some don’t like it. I saute it in a wok in a little butter and garlic. Yummy.

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    Ignatz Premium Member 3 months ago

    I wonder where the “kids hate spinach” thing came from. I thought spinach was fine when I was a kid. Lima beans, on the other hand – yuk.

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    Luke McGluke  3 months ago

    I guess Nancy is not a Popeye fan.

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    Sandra Velasco  3 months ago

    LOL :)

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    brklnbern  3 months ago

    Well at least she didn’t get rid of the peas.

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    anncorr339  3 months ago

    Nancy you planted the spinach seeds down the manhole cover

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    mistercatworks  3 months ago

    As a boy, I only had canned spinach and my mother’s boiled-to-death spinach recipe. Now I eat fresh spinach in almost every dish I cook.

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