Glasses

Cidu Bill on Oct 3rd 2017

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Filed in Bill Bickel, CIDU, Reality Check, comic strips, comics, humor | 11 responses so far

11 Responses to “Glasses”

  1. Powers Oct 3rd 2017 at 03:48 pm 1

    I suspect Kathy and her husband enjoy a nice glass of wine with their reading material.

  2. Winter Wallaby Oct 3rd 2017 at 03:51 pm 2

    You think at first that they’ve forgotten glasses that they need to see the words in the book. But in fact, they’ve forgotten the glasses they need to be drunk enough to enjoy reading.

  3. Rasheed Oct 3rd 2017 at 05:02 pm 3

    Agree with WW@2

  4. mitch4 Oct 3rd 2017 at 05:38 pm 4

    Yes, but.
    But where did the glasses come from in panel #2? Did they go back for them? Is this like a club, and the staff brought them glasses from the cupboard?

  5. zbicyclist Oct 3rd 2017 at 06:44 pm 5

    Winter Wallaby (#2) has it. It was an LOL for me.

  6. James Schend Oct 3rd 2017 at 09:26 pm 6

    Their “reading glasses” are the glasses they drink wine out of as they read, because they can’t do it sober I guess.

  7. B.A. Oct 3rd 2017 at 10:33 pm 7

    Maybe all Whamond’s trying to say is that Kathy’s a lush.

  8. Mona Oct 4th 2017 at 01:29 am 8

    Some people might like a nice cup of tea while they read, this couple enjoys a glass of wine while they relax and read. Although they seem to be pretty buzzed already for the small amount of wine missing from their glasses. Yes, I know, these might not be the first glasses.

  9. Kilby Oct 4th 2017 at 04:19 am 9

    I’ve heard of getting drunk to make one’s date look prettier, but it appears that these two need to get drunk to make their books seem more interesting.

    P.S. I wonder whether this would work on Reality Check in general (or at least on that **** squirrel).

  10. tigalilee Oct 4th 2017 at 07:40 am 10

    OHHHHHH! OK I get it now.

  11. B.A. Oct 4th 2017 at 01:44 pm 11

    This might make more sense if we saw the titles of the books and they were something awful. Like “My Life as a Real Estate Agent” by Bill Bickel.

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