Well, it took me a minute. But come on. There is no way they are going to get that morbid in a comic strip.
Wow! How does the tablecloth change like that. She really does have some kind of strange power.
Our 18 month old grand-daughter has performed the entire musical composition, “The Three Bagatelles”, with no mistakes. (Believe It Or Not)
“Get off my lawn!” – Clint Eastwood in Gran Torino.
You’ve got a weapon in your hand, Zig; use it!
…and if he comes all the way around to home plate, it’s minus one run.
I didn’t know that conservative humor consisted of hateful and racist comments until I read today’s Doonesbury. Thank you Trudeau for keeping us educated.
If half of you people are right, TJ may be looking at a long stint as the chef at Sing Sing.
Luann is always pouting if Quill doesn’t want to “make out”. I hope her parents like grandkids because with Luann’s attitude, I see her with three kids from three different fathers, and living off her parents. I hope otherwise, but unfortunately this comic strip is very reality based.
And Gunth sees Peru poverty up close and personnal…is outraged…and becomes the next Che Guevara.