Verbs declination is important.
Too broke to pay attention.
Remember, you can ‘lend a loan’ but you can’t *’loan a lend’.
How about lunch money?
I call dibs on the open swing!!!
By the look of her face, instead of 5 bucks, she is in more need of Oxy-10.
“I would gladly pay you Tuesday for a hamburger today.”
I’ve only been reading this strip for a few months and I think this is the first time I see the dog. Is it pronounced Q-P?
How high are kid’s allowances, these days? I used to get about a dollar a week back when I was Wilbur’s age. Surely, even without a job, he’s getting a five spot per week these days.
Sure I’ll loan you $5 but you have to do all my homework until you pay me back. Hey Dad! Can I borrow $5?
Maybe Veeblefester has a kid. Of course, he’d charge interest…
There goes his sweet kiss. No money no sugar. Aw, true love.
Honest answers from young master Thornapple.
A simple reply works all the time!
Great answer! Makes one wonder what she wants to do with the money. Obviously mom and dad refused her.
Can you loan me $5 so I can loan you $5.
Ask Brutus, he would probably give Hattie $5.00 if she promised never to bother him again.
Should have asked could first
Even so. Still nice to know who your friends are….
“I would if I could but I can’t.”
When I was a kid, I was always broke. Allowance never went very far. But in high school, I started playing poker and that helped.
May 08, 2015