There was also a “Pickles” strip where Grandpa skips a rock into the water and then tells his grandson something like, “That’s the most fun it’s had in 50,000 years.”
Not as hard as it is to put the cat in the washing machine for his weekly bath.
ARMS!!! CATS HAVE ARMS!!!
She should have used the ASCII code for “A”. If she presented it as 1000001, he could read it in either orientation.
Every parent knows that one way to get 10 minutes of peace from a five-year-old is offer a game of “hide’n’no-seek.” It usually works about twice before they catch on at the third offer.
“I’m going to keep doing this until I enjoy it.”
Said by many 15-year-olds trying their first cigarette. Or their first beer.
Ah, yes. The old strip-burster ploy
My take on it is that it was Lio’s intention to combust the bully. That’s why he’s rereading the instruction book.
Lots of people retire and then unretire. My grandfather retired in 1970 at age 61 and then went back to work in 1972 for another six years because he didn’t really enjoy retirement. If someone wants to do what they do and someone else is willing to pay them to do it, who cares?
I was drinking coffee when I read your comment. Now I have to clean my computer screen. Nicely done.