I think the word you were looking for, Bernice, was “systemically” not “systematically.”
With a dog food named “Barf oo” I think maybe he might actually need all those napkins.
My most sincere condolences.
Okay, now you’re just reversing things. It’s the young ‘uns who keep trying to treat print stuff as if it was on a screen. Next thing it’ll be, “You’re a Plugger if your mother keeps interrupting your Fortnite time.”
“Calendars are going the way of cookbooks. We have them on our phones instead of our walls.”
To be honest, I never kept my cookbooks on my walls.
[Thank you, I’ll be here all week.]
Back in the ‘70s there were two types of candies made by the same company. One was Turtles, which was chocolate, caramel and pecans. The other was Almondillos which was chocolate, caramel and almonds. Their advertising mascots were a chocolate turtle and a chocolate armadillo respectively. In one ad the armadillo is talking to the turtle saying, "I’m called ‘Almondillo’ because I’m full of almonds. Why are you called ‘Turtles’?"
The first time I saw it was on the subway and I broke out laughing. As I recall, that ad was only around for a very short time.
And we see him doing something to the oven and are supposed to remember that this is fall-back-an-hour day. So his socks got overcooked.
This comic falls one day after the 56th anniversary of the November 3, 1965 Dick van Dyke Show episode “Odd but True.” Richie and his friend, Freddy, find Rob napping on the couch with his shirt pulled up a bit showing some freckles on his back. When Freddie connects them with a pen they discover that the freckles are in the shape of the Liberty Bell. https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0559791/
Well, you can take some solace that suicide is three to four times higher among men than women.
So they’re outside, a grasshopper lands on Marmaduke’s nose, and then they go inside to wreak havoc?