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Pickles by Brian Crane for May 03, 2015

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    Llewellenbruce  over 4 years ago

    Roscoe’s fleas are bothering him in the nextto last panel.

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    TEMPLO S.U.D.  over 4 years ago

    If this were animated with voice over, Opal would probably have selective hearing when it came to “sewer.”

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    puddymom  over 4 years ago

    Earl, go get some Advantage or Frontline for Roscoe. Leave Opal in peace.

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    susanwobb  over 4 years ago

    Stitcher.

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    King_Shark  over 4 years ago

    Brain drain.

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    dadoctah  over 4 years ago

    Better hope she doesn’t find a lawyer, or you’ll learn just what a great suer she really is.

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    Pocosdad  over 4 years ago

    Within the sewing community on-line, they’re now referring to themselves as “sewists.”

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    thirdguy  over 4 years ago

    Sewists? Is that what we used to call “Witch”?

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    jtviper7  over 4 years ago

    “Or better still, just go away” It’s a good thing Opal’s not married to Floyd Mayweather…Pow ,Zoom , to the moon.

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    abbybookcase  over 4 years ago

    my grandfather used to call my grandmother’s sewing circle “stitch and b***h”"

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    emjaycee  over 4 years ago

    As a kid, I never understood much of English pronunciation, at it is my native language:

    Sew — ‘ew’ is pronounced ‘oh’ is one is dealing with needle and thread or with farming.Iron – is pronounced ‘ay-EARN’, not ‘i-RUN’.Pint – is pronounced with a long “i”, despite having two consonants after it [by rules in English, this should be a short sound], yet ‘hint’ (spelled similarly and having two consonants] is pronounced with a short ‘i’. sound.Rhythm – Rule I was taught early on: each syllable in a word has to have a vowel. Rhythm is pronounced with two syllables in speaking and most songs I’ve sung, yet would be spelled ‘rhy – thm’. is the ‘h’ moonlighting as a vowel?

    Just thoughts I’ve had since I was a child and have never gotten an answer for. Any ideas?

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    Number Three  over 4 years ago

    Sewer? Hahahaha… Good one!xxx

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    Mary McNeil Premium Member over 4 years ago

    If she was into cartooning, she would be a good drawer.

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    hippogriff  over 4 years ago

    abbybookcase: There are three ways in which languages get new words: French, German, or English.French: Turn it over to Academie Francaise and in a decade or so, they will have decided if it is a word; until then, it cannot be used in a legal document.German: Describe it in as few words as possible, knock out the spaces and cram the whole thing together. You have a word, but it is absurdly long.English: Look around and see who has a word for that; steal it and claim it is English, but keep the original Latin alphabet spelling. As a result, it will be horribly mispronounced.

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    english.ann  over 4 years ago

    On resumes and job applications, I would describe one past job as “industrial sewing machine operator” or “industrial sew-er”.

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    Jeff0811  over 4 years ago

    When I was a kid, the barber I went to had somewhat of a sense of humor. When it was my turn he would say, you’re next mon – sewer. Being a kid, it cracked me up every time.

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