PreTeena by Allison Barrows for April 21, 2024

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    droosan Premium Member 2 months ago

    Jeri can be kinda gross, sometimes.

    okay .. most of the time, I guess.

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    Macushlalondra  2 months ago

    4 people were inconvenienced to bring that brat her lunch and she throws it in her locker with many others. Next time, let her go hungry, Tess.

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    Wren Fahel  2 months ago

    That’s why I’m glad I live only a few blocks away from the elementary school, middle school AND high school. If either of my girls forgot something it was nothing to get it to them.

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    stairsteppublishing  2 months ago

    No wonder Jeri is so thin, she either doesn’t eat the prepared lunch (which we know) or she eats whatever the shool cafeteria has(wonder if she even does that).

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    FireAnt_Hater  2 months ago

    That locker would be emitting a foul order by now…

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    1JennyJenkins  2 months ago

    Mom: take a hint, she didn’t forget.

    In real life: I’ve never done such a foolish thing as to take a forgotten item to school for any of my kids. Plus after a certain age, maybe age eleven or twelve, they were making their own lunches. That’s when I went “back to work” full time. my youngest was in the second grade, and the oldest one was in seventh grade. They were really good at helping each other with lunches, and helping out around the house when they got home from school.

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    asrialfeeple  2 months ago

    Colour : www. gocomics. com /preteena/2002/12/15

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    asrialfeeple  2 months ago

    Probably the right one for today : www. gocomics. com /preteena/2003/04/21

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    joe.altmaier  2 months ago

    Why is mom making her lunch? She’s been old enough to do that for years.

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    Rista  2 months ago

    By 4th grade I could, and did, make my own lunch, even though we lived within walking distance of the school. Lesson learned. I let my kid fix his too. My daughter in law gave quite a speech about always making sure to fix grand kid a healthy lunch. I shot her down with two questions. “Does my son have any problems with fixing healthy food for himself or the kid?” “How is my grandkid going to learn to take care of themselves after they leave home if you don’t give them plenty of practice time while they’re young enough for it to be fun?” My son gave me a wink and I let it drop. Later I heard my grandkid telling his cousins proudly how to fix a good tasting and healthy lunch when their folks were too busy or forgot. His greatest comment? “It tastes better when you do it yourself!”

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    BRBurns1960  2 months ago

    Someone else’s locker?, or an unassigned locker

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