Monthly Archives: May 2014

The One With Big Red Riding Hood

oh140531Does having Hammy in Over the Hedge qualify for greater diversity in comic strips?

I think it does.

 

 

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Kids Bounce

oh140530One of things you learn as a parent is that kids bounce. Not very high. But they do bounce.

In other words they’re more durable than you think. Not indestructible. Just really hardy.

Persistent.

 

 

 

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No Experience Necessary

oh140529Good parenting isn’t an accident.

It’s a miracle.

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The Swiss Hammy Knife

oh140528This one is mostly T’s handiwork. I suggested the idea of the knife and a few items (spare froot loop, silly stray, portable hole), and T came up with the rest.

I have no idea what owl squeezins are.  But they made me laugh.

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The One With Inaccurate Baseball Trivia

oh140527L. Frank Baum actually started and managed the Hub City Nine, a baseball club in Aberdeen, South Dakota.  He did not play.

Next time I’ll rely on more than one internet source.

Maybe.

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The One With Extreme Cuteness

oh140526Infantilism equals cuteness.  Anime, Hello Kitty and Hammy in the third panel equate with an infants outsized facile features thus tweaking our squee response.

Well, your squee response.

I think it’s all a bit creepy, but I bow to superior Japanese cuteness acumen.

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Hammy Takes a Bath

oh140525Verne wins! For once.

Let’s not let it go to his head.

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