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Too Much Mole Information

Hedge051119The dark and hairy side of marriage.

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Married With Child

Hedge07132018I cut my toenails over the toilet.

I’ve been married for 33 years.

Correlation is not causation.

But it probably is in this case.

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Love is Dumb

Hedge05032017She really is bad at murdering.

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The One With the Grammar Mistake

oh130425Yup, it should be your, not you’re. Screwed up. Sometimes the creative part of writing does not play well with the grammatical part.  At least in my brain.

Of course, we’re supposed to have an editor to correct these things, but he was probably distracted after he went into shock when he saw we used you’re correctly in the second panel.

One out two ain’t bad.

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The Future Smells Like Old Band-Aids

I never read the manual.  Or a map.  Or road signs.  Or dialogue boxes.  Or warning labels.

I do read my wife pretty well.

Thanks for keeping me alive, honey.

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Love, Prey, Eat

I’ve done this gag about 14 different ways and it never gets old.

Nature isn’t sentimental. You leave your socks on the coffee table just once and you’re served sautéed with some fava beans and nice Chianti.

Fup-pup-pup-pup-pup!

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A Kinder, Gentler, Less Low Brow Over the Hedge

Full Disclosure:  today’s Sunday was written by T.  I’ve been buried in the final push to finish my kid’s book and T’s chipped in by writing a few Sundays.  Today’s cartoon is a nice, safe, solid, right-down-the-middle, inoffensive, everybody-can-relate cartoon.  As opposed to the risky, left-field, almost always offensive to someone, niche-y, only-oddballs-can-relate stuff I write.

I pretty much swing for the fences and strike out a lot.  But when I connect it can be pretty special.  I appreciate those of you who hang around for the fireworks — sporadic though they may be.

In the meantime, enjoy a kinder, gentler, less head-scratching Over the Hedge.

It won’t last long.

 

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