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Pickles by Brian Crane for November 16, 2019

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    TEMPLO S.U.D.  12 months ago

    good try, Nelson

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    KA7DRE Premium Member 12 months ago

    To this day, I always do as I’m told. I guess that’s why I turned out the way I did and why I was brought up that way.

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    Algolei I  12 months ago

    Reminds me of Sally and Snoopy. “Touched the dog? TOUCHED THE DOG?”

    https://store.gocomics.com/product/peanuts-jan-19th-2014-frameable-print/

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    dadoctah  12 months ago

    What if Nelson had been washing the dog, eh? Last thing he touched would be the dog in the cleanest possible condition. Shouldn’t have to wash his hands in that case, right?

    I use basically the same reasoning to explain why I don’t think you need to launder bath towels.

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    Imaginarium  12 months ago

    Darn it I hate when I agree with Opal ! Hand washing before a meal is a good idea. No reason just do it ! ;-)

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    jmworacle  12 months ago

    As long as I’m fed on time….

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    Thechildinme  12 months ago

    Likely more germs on the bathroom door knob/lever than on Roscoe!

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    jagedlo  12 months ago

    Love Roscoe’s face in the final panel!

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    Yardley701  12 months ago

    Poor Roscoe, he is such a lovely dog, too bad she just can’t see it.

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    Zebrastripes  12 months ago

    Auuuuugh! I didn’t know Roscoe was dirty?

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    Dani Rice  12 months ago

    When I was Nelson’s age the dog’s back was just at hand level. I’d wash my hands, pet the dog, and be told I had “dog hands” and have to wash them again. The only bathroom was upstairs; sometimes I’d go up and down several times per meal. Finally learned to fold my hands in front of me so I’d be “ready to say Grace” when I got to the table.

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    KEA  12 months ago

    so… at the very least, they’re stinky

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    zeexenon  12 months ago

    One does not show offense when one expects dinner-table meat handouts.

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    gregorylkruse Premium Member 12 months ago

    Lucky for you that humans like to have filthy animals in their house.

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    Izzyrider  12 months ago

    That’s why I whisper so the dog can’t hear what I’m saying, after all she’s my best friend.

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    ArtisticArtemis  12 months ago

    “Ugh! I’ve been kissed by a dog! I have dog germs! Get hot water! Get some disinfectant! Get some iodine!”—Lucy, after being licked by Snoopy in A Charlie Brown Christmas

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    David Huie Green-We cause most of our problems  12 months ago

    Truth is the best defense.

    (if that fails there is always the djt method.)

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    caring55  12 months ago

    the grandma in me would have given him a pass on the handwashing and corrected his manners. If some one asks if you want something , you say “yes please” or “no thank you”

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    montylc2001  12 months ago

    I remember Rodney Dangerfield…“My wife won’t drink from the same glass I do, but will kiss the dog on the lips!”

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    vtdba  11 months ago

    Actually it was first published 22 Jan 1967 – I was in college then. https://www.gocomics.com/peanuts/1967/01/22 even has an extra panel that GoComics usually leaves out of all the Sunday comics now. So they format vertical better I guess.

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