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Nancy by Olivia Jaimes for January 09, 2021

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    zorak950  7 months ago

    Winning isn’t everything, but it’s still quite a lot.

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    monkeysky  7 months ago

    Sluggo, what are you doing?!

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    cellardoor  7 months ago

    One of those strange games where “O” would have had to have gone first. But that’s a Bushmiller tradition, actually.

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    Corwin Haught Premium Member 7 months ago

    I wonder if Nancy will try to draw the line that signifies victory.

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    Katsuro Premium Member 7 months ago

    Good joke, very Bushmiller.

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    wesleylscott1  7 months ago

    Next up. Tic- tac- toe fresco on the ceiling….

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    dcdete.  7 months ago

    If Nancy was really smart she could claim it is not tic tac toe but naughts and crosses on the wall. Also instead of using a pencil stroke, she could obey the parental authority and use a paint brush stroke instead. These days parents got to be really world wise to outsmart their little kids!

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    DCBakerEsq  7 months ago

    I don’t draw on the walls unless it’s pornographic. Like the Romans.

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    Kip W  7 months ago

    I don’t know what’s more impressive—Nancy, aiming a soap bubble at the wall so that its dying mark will finish her game, or that the soap bubble has a tiny tic-tac-toe board in it instead of a window*.

    * Windows have been a feature of soap bubbles since the discovery of soap. The actual invention of windows came when an unknown resident of Ancient Greece saw the image in the bubble and deduced the principle of a window. Being Ancient Greeks, they did nothing with this knowledge, apart from making a briefly popular children’s toy.

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    Major Matt Mason Premium Member 6 months ago

    Passive aggressive, thy name is Nancy.

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