Middle aged dad of teens, living in the 'burbs.
Excuse me a moment...
"Hey! You Kids! Mow my lawn!"
credit to John Dawson, New Riders of the Purple Sage
When you were living in PompeiCan you remember how it was that dayWhen all at once there was nowhere to goCan you remember how that felt to know?
Do you remember my friend?How it feels like in the end?Will you wish you had a friend?When it all comes round againWhen it all comes round again
Just how the hookers want to spend the final day of the universe – dancing on your pizza.
panel three brings to mind the end of Blade Runner. No expiration dates.
Where Scotty goes after the sharks attack.
Mental image of Mona bopping down the street to “I’m walking on sunshine! (woa-oh!)”
He could set his own hours… I’ll ring the bell for 5 PM when I damn well please!
Wild idea – The Topsider is Holly from an alternate time line where she never mutated. She’s following the map to Wally because she knows they are somehow connected.
The big production isn’t about encouraging the kids. It is about laying a guilt trip on the parents if they don’t shell out the bucks for every little milestone.
That makes sense when you think about it. If you value appearances (like fancy gowns and exotic locations) over relationships (like your betrothed, but also your friends you request to join you on your special day), then your marriage might be more about status than commitment.