It’s a good thing the baby isn’t there yet, Walt’s gonna need about six months to get the high chair jusssst right – which should be perfect timing.
Guess it’s up to Phyllis to arrange for the crib, baby carriage, diapers, baby clothes, food, formula… etc etc ; )
Who had the big paperback copies of the old (1902) Sears and (1895) Montgomery Ward catalogues? Great reading material when you had.. er.. a few minutes to umm.. sit down. Heh.
As far as Walt’s burgeoning shopping list, it reminds me of the old saying among boat owners about “holes in the water, into which you throw money”.
The Canadian dollar is going at around 75¢ American these days, so that’s adding some, as well as a different tax scheme (more European style, though appears to be used to good effect)..
Even with a 10-11% sales tax rate on fast food in a metropolitan region, I get my Big Mac Value Meal for around $7.50 all tolled.
The tip-off for the mice was all the pages being dog-eared. Obviously Scratch wasn’t actually reading it.
If all you’re gonna do is some planing, Luddie’s gonna put up a flap.
You think this guy is bad, you should see 23 × 3.
Back to ‘death row’ at the city shelter for you, pup.
Yelp Review: “Loved the famous Cheese and Lettuce submarine sandwich. The cheap food is expensive, but we’re really big tippers.”
There was that time Opal was asked to introduce the President and said “Ladies and Gentlemen.. Hoobert Heever.”
Funny, he doesn’t LOOK like a terrier.