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He’d probably like to find some middle ground between absolute rigidity and living in a treehouse.
Growing older is mandatory. Growing up is optional.
Another thing that’s frequently brought up is how the characters’ eyebrows appear over their hair.
She still has Porky Pig Speech Syndrome.
Thanks for the support, guys. My dad was 82 and had a whole alphabet soup of medical problems toward the end. His mind was gone for a long time before he passed, so it was more a relief to know he isn’t suffering anymore.
I had a similar experience recently, when I went to my dad’s funeral. I have a niece who I hadn’t seen in years, and suffice it to say, I could’ve walked past her on the street and never known who she was.
If your kids had been around before they were around, they’d never be around.
Also, you don’t want to be around when she takes off her shoes after a long shift.
Hank Hill—“She’s not family, she’s company. If she were family, I wouldn’t have to double knot my bathrobe when I come down for a midnight snack.”
We know her last name isn’t Crocker.