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Over the Hedge by T Lewis and Michael Fry for December 21, 2019

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    wiatr Premium Member 4 months ago

    And as thick and tough as a cable. It surprised me when I got to cut it.

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    nosirrom  4 months ago

    How about a bungee cord. Can we do a bungee cord?

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    Bob Loblaw  4 months ago

    Time to lose the T. Rex….

    It’s about as played out as it can get.

    (Apologies to the Rexophiles out there, but trying to be forthright)

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    epaphus8  4 months ago

    Umbilical cords are more a mammalian thing. Would Rex understand?—Or will they have to explain mammalian breeding practices to him too?

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    EllisAmirRogersArcher  4 months ago

    That Dino is getting on my nerves.

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    Snoots  4 months ago

    Verne, that is like the most disgusting metaphor I have ever read. Let’s change it to something like, “The chimney represents the large intestine…” :D

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    asmbeers  4 months ago

    There’s a cord. What connects the sleigh to the reindeer?

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    ron  4 months ago

    We want George to STAY!!! The poll I just conducted at my desk was 100% in favor of it.

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    Stephen Gilberg  4 months ago

    I’m surprised Hammy knows about umbilical cords. They’ve made a point to keep him ignorant of how babies are made….

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    Please Enter a Comment (Hotshot1984) Premium Member 4 months ago

    Santa explodes?!

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    Brett Juilly Premium Member 4 months ago

    And Santa goes back up the chimney. What the heck is that all about?

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    Widdershins  4 months ago

    That George and Hammy pose in the first panel – way too cute! :)

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