Works in a lab, lives near Detroit
You can actually buy them several places: https://www.amazon.com/s?k=half+popped+popcorn&gclid=Cj0KCQjw0brtBRDOARIsANMDykYuM8ZIxruQbQuYLqtQ3l04Abgomhm0ZGH17zL7_XQ0qxzUzlzubNsaAtPsEALw_wcB&hvadid=241915569508&hvdev=c&hvlocphy=9016829&hvnetw=g&hvpos=1t2&hvqmt=b&hvrand=13643641160677728491&hvtargid=aud-646675774026%3Akwd-471307190&hydadcr=24656_10400584&tag=googhydr-20&ref=pd_sl_1uuyvrh7bt_b
If he had had surgery, it would not have helped him see better (unless the surgery had been done before he was 18 months old).
They don’t get eaten that way.
Having been an on and off vegetarian, I always wondered why people would consider fish a part of a vegetarian diet. The best answer I found was that fish looked kind-of like leaves…
Perhaps the censors at GoComics aren’t able to accept some of them.
Is there any way these could be made larger?
Locher’s art was good, but I found his stories moved way to slowly.
This is a cat ass trophy!
My challenge is not that hair going gray, but going away.
I assumed this referred to “Indian giving”, a term which is offensive to most people I know. The concept of an “Indian gift” or an “Indian giver” traces its roots back to at least the 1700s. In his 1765 History of the Province of Massachusetts Bay, "Thomas Hutchinson defined an Indian gift as a present “for which an equivalent return is expected.” See whole article at :https://www.npr.org/sections/codeswitch/2013/09/02/217295339/the-history-behind-the-phrase-dont-be-an-indian-giver