She’s also upset that she’s been barred from school activities like the swim team, where she was a champion. That sort of disappointment will make most kids sullen.
Her “little Jack” ain’t so little, no more.
P3: Bluto will find out what “blowtop mad” is, as soon as young Popeye eats his spinach!
We know that Lottie is writing a novel. Maybe she could be the next “Nancy Drew” author? Then the Mystery Girls would be self-funded! (The Mystery Boys seem to be pre-occupied with the mysteries of adolescence instead, now.)
I have mixed feelings about Lottie’s wearing her hair in a bun. I feel that she may be transforming into Margo Magee from Apartment 3-G.
In the little town in which I grew up, kids couldn’t wait until they were old enough to get their licenses, because driving around town was about the only thing to do there.
Humor can keep you young. “Serious people my age are dead.” – Mad Magazine’s Al Jaffee, still going strong at 98!
Isn’t Mildred the oldest of all the Mystery kids? Then they’re all still 15 in this story.
A donkey is a better option than a scooter. Scooters are the devil’s tools, as we have seen.