I’m not sure what today’s title means… other than sounding vaguely intriguing and click-bait-y.
BTW, I stopped getting a daily paper six or seven years ago. The Austin American Statesman still has Sunday funnies (including Over the Hedge), but I don’t see them very often.
Change is sad sometimes.
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Cuddling don’t come cheap.
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Don’t laugh. That Wild Thing has a three handicap.
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I’m a roller (when my wife isn’t looking).
Tagged as butter, cartoon, Comic, corn on the cob, driller, Hammy, RJ, roller, spreader, Verne
Tagged as butterflies, cartoon, Comic, giggle, Hammy, how to be Hammy
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Verne is a turtle, not a tortoise. As such, he is a reptile, not an amphibian. He is also a pain in the butt, annoying and irritating. But he is most definitely not an it.
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One raccoon’s delicacy is everyone else’s suicide glop.
Tagged as cartoon, Cheetos, Comic, four major food groups, Hammy, mayo, pop tarts, RJ, salsa, Verne
My Dad was always big on giving me choices. Choices like, “You spill, you walk home.”
I never spilled.
Tagged as cartoon, choice, Comic, Hammy, parenting, RJ, Verne
RJ’s autopilot is installed in his skull… where there’s plenty of room.
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