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Now that’s lazy!
Forget it, Verne, you need to stop trying to force your opinions on RJ. It’s clear that he’s never gonna embrace them the way you do.
That reminds me of on “The Simpsons” in the episode “Lisa the Vegetarian”, where Lisa comes across a billboard that reads “Don’t eat beef”, and she becomes happy about it… only for the billboard to change and say, “Eat deer”.
Wanna bet, Bob?
I’ve never pegged Buckles as the guard dog type.
Call Liz, Jon. Maybe she can help you with keeping Garfield fed, and not to mention maybe buying less food for Garfield, so that it won’t cause such a dent in your food bills. Then again, knowing Garfield, he’ll find a way to get the food he needs.
Yeah, if that happens, then odds are that this case will be in Garfield’s favor.
Since I’ve heard people compare this strip to “Calvin and Hobbes”, I just have one question; why hasn’t Calvin ever been confronted by his good and bad consciences about these sorts of things? And I’m not talking about that time when he used his duplicator with an ethicator attached to make only a good version of himself.
I’ve been reading this strip ever since it first started, and I have one question; there was a long story arc that started back in around 2015, where Bob, the Missus, Bully, and Buddy were going on vacation for Christmas, and they end up going on all sorts of surreal adventures, that ended with them adopted by a family of giant robots, then placed in a zoo in a replica of their old house. So, what I want to know is, how did they manage to get back to Earth again after being put in that zoo?
Buckles, Paul and Jill would like to have a word with you.