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JoanHelen Free

Retired: interests are walking, reading, wildlife and nature conservation as well as reading comics.

Recent Comments

  1. 8 days ago on Stone Soup

    In the Western Cape. There is a specific beach in the Cape where penguins are plentiful. Sorry but I don’t remember the name of the beach, but I do know that you can find it on Google.

  2. 22 days ago on Stone Soup

    You can bookmark the page and save it. Then you can open your bookmark when you next need to read them. Works very well.

  3. 22 days ago on Real Life Adventures

    It is actually 20th November 1995

  4. 22 days ago on Real Life Adventures

    I have found a way to view Stone Soup from the beginning. Press the random button and it will take you back to the beginning which is in 1995 somewhere. Just press the next button for each comic. When you want to shut it down, first bookmark the page and save it. Then the next day you can go back to your bookmark and continue. It seems to work well.

  5. about 1 month ago on Herman

    As we get older we become much more sensitive to acid foods. Orange juice, tomatoes, anchovy fish are just a few of the things that can cause gout. Analyse what has caused the gout in the first place and then don’t eat it ever again.

  6. 3 months ago on Fred Basset

    My British grandmother used to use the expression. My grandmother was born in 1897. I think the comic strip originated from the the word and not the other way round. ‘Perisher’ was used as a slang term for irritating children mostly. I ’m not sure if it was cockney slang or not. There are so many different accents and dialects in the UK.

  7. 3 months ago on Ollie and Quentin

    Cartoon physics. A friendship between a seagull and a lug worm is ridiculous anyway, the gull would normally eat the worm.

  8. 3 months ago on Dark Side of the Horse

    Cartoon physics

  9. 4 months ago on Big Nate

    Migraine covers several different types of headache. My eldest daughter and myself were both diagnosed by a neurosurgeon. He was the person who explained the causes and the foods to avoid.

  10. 4 months ago on Big Nate

    The headache is caused by artificial food colouring. Tartrazine is one of the chemicals responsible. They are vicious and have been known to trigger epilectic attacks in sensitive children.