That’s Grape Ape, not Magilla Gorilla.
Yes, that’s the one. It’s all about Heart wondering how she would be different if her dad had been around. She loves her mom and their life but she still wonders. How sweet and sad.
I used to love Heart of the City, the Father’s Day cartoon when she wrote the letter to her dad made me cry. Now it’s boring and formulaic, this strip lost its soul and everything that made it special.
I tried, I’ve always loved Heart of the City. This person is clueless and seems to think it should be about brain-dead cliches. Best of Luck.
I have a nephew that’s 6’3" I crocheted him an afghan that was over 10 feet long. Auntie made sure that he has a cover to fit his proportions because that’s what aunties do.
I’ll play some Kenny Loggins, if they start dancing then I’ll call your friend.
Lucky them, I’m fighting two fat groundhogs for my tomatoes. They were born under my shed and their mom was killed fighting a neighborhood cat. I don’t mind sharing but they’re leaving a mess.
I had similar experience many years ago, as I was crossing the street there was a vintage hot rod waiting at the light, GORGEOUS. As I cross in front of it I’m staring at he detailed paint job and all of the beautiful chrome. As I get to the other side of the street the woman in the passenger side starts cursing me out for wanting to have sex with her boyfriend/husband. Honestly, it could have been a gorilla behind the wheel for all the notice I took of who was inside. I looked at her confused and told her that it was a fantastic car. Now it was her turn to look to look confused and embarrassed.
Years ago I worked with some real tough guys, I suggested for Halloween one guy dress as a woman but not trying to look feminine, get fuzzy slippers, don’t shave, and wear orange lipstick and frosty, blue eye shadow with a grungy, old housecoat. Maybe some pink, foam rollers in his hair or a really bad wig, make it a joke. He thought it was a hilarious idea.