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Lol. You probably never seen a baby chair from the 80’s. There were no straps. It was easier to lift the baby straight out, then to put them in the chair.
Good choice. It will be better for Louie to land on the guy rather than to land on his sword! Ouch!
‘He’ followed him home? Guess I am showing my age but when I seen the walrus with a lovesick heart, I immediately assumed the walrus was a she because B.C. is a guy. Guess I ain’t a new modern pansexual.
Actually it works to nothing out of the ordinary for the dog, but it works out to about 10 or 15 minutes for you to sweep up the broken glass into the garbage. From experience, little shards of glass is incredibly difficult for the broom bristles to sweep up. And don’t try picking it with your fingers unless you like the sight of blood.
It makes me wonder why somebody who is creeped out by seeing lizards actually has a book about lizards on her bookshelf? Maybe she is in the school library? Hard to tell from the generic art background.
Yes it is 16 in Ontario where this comic is set. I understand the minimum age in Alberta is 14 though. What’s the age requirement in your country?
Sounds great! Ask the cookie when I’ll win the million dollar fortune lottery.
It’s a sign of the times of modernization. I pity all the young kids who will never be told to go out in the freezing cold to fetch a pail of water! Awh fetching a pail of water, those were the good old days, long gone.
Around here, orange hair means B.C. Metaphor for Biden Commences.
Perfectly understandable. It is based on emotions. Note that Ely is miserable because she is in a cold phonebooth stranded some miles from home because the piece of junk didn’t work. On the other hand John has been perfectly comfortable in a warm car and he feels nostalgia for some nice looking car he owns.