Pluggers by Rick McKee for October 06, 2022

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    Templo S.U.D.  4 months ago

    his inner Charlie Brown, huh?

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    suv2000  4 months ago

    Oh my God Charlie Brown Has really let his self go

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    Baarorso  4 months ago

    Why wear the newer stuff? Any Plugger knows the older clothing’s comfy and reliable.

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    jmolay161  4 months ago

    This plugger has been chowing down on too many Peanuts.

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    PraiseofFolly  4 months ago

    A Plugger reverts to his childhood and thinks certain inanimate objects somehow feel sad” when he doesn’t use them anymore, like “Toy Story” in his clothes closet.

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    kelloggs2066  4 months ago

    Well, unless you’re going someplace special, there’s little reason to dress up in good clothes.

    Good clothes won’t remain good if you wear them all the time.

    Besides, the old ones are comfy and worn in.

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    Liam Astle Premium Member 4 months ago

    Good grief!

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    juicebruce  4 months ago

    Yep that just about sums it up ;-)

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    oakie817  4 months ago

    holey shades of Charlie Brown, Batman!!

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    dwdl21  4 months ago

    Plugger Brown? LOL

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    ctolson  4 months ago

    It’s his inner Charlie Brown. He even has a kite eating tree in his back yard, just ask the grandkids.

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    GreenT267  4 months ago

    I am constantly disappointed in the quality of the new sweaters/sweat shirts/shirts that I can afford [I assume there may be better ones at much higher prices, but I haven’t found them]. So I wear my old, slightly raggedy shirts at home. It says something about the ‘new’ clothing when I can still wear shirts that have withstood 35+ years of wear and washing and the new ones fall apart within a few weeks.

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    William Robbins Premium Member 4 months ago

    All my sweaters are like new, in the bottom drawer, haven’t been any new ones since mom died and stopped giving them for Christmas.

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    pheets  4 months ago

    I am finding that most things aren’t made anywhere near as well as they used to be. Appliances lasted forever because they were affordably REPAIRABLE. Cars/trucks lasted forever because they were built better with less plastic, mechanics knew what they were doing on their own without consulting a computer (and my trucks NEVER talked to me like they do now… hate that). Clothing is cheap, thin, disposable and overly expensive. Not going to go on about food sources and quality.

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    Just-me  4 months ago

    I’ve got jeans which are 30 odd years old and I consider them just now getting broken in.

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    Judy Hendrickson [Unnamed Reader - 852856]  4 months ago

    Yep !!! Nothing like the oldies!!!

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    DaBump Premium Member 4 months ago

    [sings] You’re a good man, Charlie Brown! You’re the kind of reminder we need! You have humility, nobility and a sense of honor that are very rare indeed!

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    donvjones  4 months ago

    He identifies with Charlie Brown.

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    findthewind  3 months ago

    Does anyone remember "Shrink to Fit " Levis, buy them 3 inches more than your waist and 3 inches longer than your leg length. Wash them hot.

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