I didn’t even see the toilets till I came here for the comments. I figured maybe it was perfect because it had no Wi-Fi.
I was going to say the same. My children grew up with an extensive vocabulary and correct grammar because I never talked down to them. The problem with not having little kids around any more (or a cat or dog) is that I have to talk to myself!
Per https://fborfw.com/strip_fix/, it was published on this date in 1992.
Yes, we called this the game of “Uh-oh!” At a certain age, the kids would drop things out of the crib or playpen and say, “Uh-oh!” Then you’d pick them up. They had us trained like a dog to fetch!
Seems clear from the comments that Telex and fax are not the same, so a bad pun to begin with. But it fits with the old-style dial phone and file cabinet.
I think they mean “Primary use for salt.” The item on the left is a soft-boiled egg. The right is a margarita; the rim of a margarita glass is traditionally dipped in salt. I’ve never heard of Jozo, but my search engine had no difficulty finding https://www.conaxesstrade.com/brand/jozo-salt/ and https://www.jozosalt.com/en_gb and other related pages.
I’m a procrastinator, but I’m also too impatient for tea or brewed coffee; I drink instant. We use an electric kettle. My husband steeps his mug of tea four minutes.
Greg’s colorist should get a huge bonus for this strip!
How do you night a gift?