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Right, I guess I didn’t look hard enough. I Googled Blanco and all I got was the sink and faucet answer. I’ve never heard about the cleaning uses in the UK military, and still don’t know exactly what the stuff is or where it comes from. It might be useful for a lot of everyday day cleaning.
Besides, the correct rule of grammar was whatever Sister taught, and don’t argue!
Just like getting good grades is optional.
Was there a breeze? That may have affected their comfort. If facing the water they might have been watching for fish, but you said it was after sundown.
Gambling, perhaps? Untaxed spirits being consumed?
I prefer Ratkin’s interpretation, the young of a species. A homonym = each of two or more words having the same spelling or pronunciation but different meanings and origins. The two uses of “kid” here are too similar for that definition.
vw_on_www Set me straight. And yes, it’s used as a verb.
A few weeks ago I started pointing out the various inconsistencies between the strips over time. Changes in architecture and furnishings, etc. Eldo called me out on it effectively saying that each strip should stand on its own. So now I don’t get too upset over details.
My guess is that strips are sometimes pieced together with panels already drawn, and that that might be the case here in spite of the pot not appearing in the first two panels. This is especially likely since so much of the story takes place either in the pub or their flat. The kitchen may be darkened because it’s not the focus of the third panel.
I see what you mean, and you’re right. Zack had his head in a different place and was playing with his friend. Perhaps they were doing that previously.
That makes more sense. Dictionary searches for the word didn’t offer any hint of that meaning.