See yesterday’s comic for context ( if any was needed :)
And the expression on her face shows that she knows it!
A man’s home is his garage.
I like the way JJ joined panels 3 and 4. Don’t think I’ve seen that trick in A&J before. For this gag, very effective way of giving the sense of sudden motion.
The U.S.A. is the only country that believes in free trade. It’s like being the only guy at the poker table who doesn’t know the cards are marked.
Well, Meg’s lack of “chest bumps” indicates that she’s still a pre-teen, but her parents should be concerned that she spends her days hanging out with Don Zimmer.
My guess is that Meg is meant to be about 9 or 10, maybe 11 in this strip. Fashion-wise, she’s going through an awkward stage, which is why she looks older. As for where Meg and her parents might live, does this narrow it down?http://www2.southeastern.edu/orgs/pbrp/lessons/definitions/american_alligator.html
That’s what they used to call a “boy’s regular.”
I don’t know. Janis says that she is tired AGAIN. My take is that they’re 0-for-2014. Hope, I’m wrong, A&J used to be the randiest couple in the funny pages, back when I read the funny pages.
Gene definitely gets his looks from Janis’s side of the family.