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Let’s see here…brassie, spoon, baffy, mashie, spade, niblick, cleek, lofter…nope, don’t see any club called “scapel.” Sorry nurse, the doc is right this time.
Well, I do anyway…
…among other illness-causing microorganisms that mosquitos carry.
And I don’t think I ever heard that word used except in the context of Lucy in Peanuts…wonder if it may have been a regional thing when Schulz was growing up.
On the other hand, from the mid-60’s to the end of the strip’s run, Schulz’ characterization of Snoopy looked more like a kid with a wild imagination (sort of like Calvin) who wears a dog suit. Sure, there was the doghouse and the supper dish, but it seems to me that in story arcs where Snoopy is the main character, Schulz did not make his character/actions dog-like at all.
I’ll defer to your memory on this…I don’t recall it happening.
If she’s stubborn enough, she might still get a sunburn. The worse sunburn I ever had occurred after an afternoon of beach football on a very foggy/overcast day on Ft. Walton beach.
Come on now, Wiz…you may have taken on whole armies but you’ve never defeated any of them!
Fully agree with you. I had the same procedure done a couple of months ago without anesthetic — sure the cavities were small and shallow, but the work was less uncomfortable that a normal cleaning.