Cidu Bill on Apr 20th 2017
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Cidu Bill on Feb 7th 2017
Cidu Bill on Feb 6th 2017
A Midwestern February “moves slowly”? Is that a thing?
Maybe something people say in the Midwest?
And is this the first time they’ve ever (somewhat) established where the Duncan family lives?
Cidu Bill on Jan 29th 2017
… don’t you need milk to make pancakes?
Unless she’s using some just-add-water mix, in which case she’s not doing him any favors…
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Cidu Bill on Nov 23rd 2016
Cidu Bill on Sep 14th 2016
Because he’s stuck waiting for his girlfriend while she tries on clothing? And if so, why does she have a problem with his saying so?
Or is this one of those “comic strip characters getting angry for no rational reason” things (which should probably have its own tag by now)?
Cidu Bill on Jul 30th 2016
… but it never would have occurred to me to go ballistic at the thought of one of my kids getting grass stains on a new pair of sneakers.
Cidu Bill on Jun 26th 2016
I explained this to my son once: mothers embarrass you without meaning to, while fathers do it on purpose.
Cidu Bill on May 3rd 2016
I lasted about a week with this, until I learned there were a number of ways to “legally cheat,” and in fact the game’s financial model relied on the company selling some of those cheats.
Regarding the comic itself, where’s the internal logic of Jeremy knowing that word?
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Cidu Bill on Oct 8th 2015
I see this as saying Jeremy’s never seen a piece of fruit that doesn’t come wrapped in plastic, which defies credibility. Especially since Jeremy now seems to work in a grocery store, suggesting that he changes jobs every couple of days the same way Mutt and Jeff do.
And none of the fruit we see in this scene is wrapped in plastic.
Cidu Bill on Sep 22nd 2015
Cidu Bill on Sep 11th 2015
Meanwhile, in an alternate universe in which teenagers phone one another instead of text AND cell phones are loud enough that other people can hear what’s being said from across the room AND volume can’t be turned down AND people are incapable of holding a cell phone and walking out of a room at the same time…
Cidu Bill on Mar 18th 2015
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Cidu Bill on Jan 30th 2015
Does that mean something different in youngsters’ language? Because that’s kind of a bad word not to have a standardized meaning.