Monday, February 2, 2009

Monday AMuse



21 comments:

  1. heheheh... They mean so well, don't they...

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  2. I LOVE "Pickles!" Did you see the one where she says she's fine and then he asks, "So are you going to start dinner soon?" and she says, "I'm not THAT fine!" This is one of my favorite strips in my newspaper.

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  3. Noha: I met a young man (who wasn't all that young) who looked so confused in the laundry room once, and veryu sheepishly asked how he was supposed to put the clothes in...

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  4. Geewits: Mine too! And I almost included that one, but thought the last one was the funniest and added the first as a backstory. I so look forward the these every morning.

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  5. Super. What paper is it from? I'm not too hot with machinery. See latest blog!

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  6. Uh-huh, I'm with you there, sister Opal! Although mine isn't as bad as his cousin, he has to ask where the forks are! Sheesh!

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  7. I was never married to anyone as daft as that, thank goodness. But I like that Opal and would like to see more of her. She's a tough broad.

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  8. I've never seen this strip. It's hilarious.

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  9. Tee hee - very good (and very frustrating) - I always thank goodness mine's housetrained! ;-)

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  10. Its snowing on your page! I love it!

    I love this comic strip. They have SUCH great chemistry hahaha

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  11. I actually knew a woman once who proudly told us that while she was sick her husband had to do the laundry and came upstairs after 45 minutes to ask which one was the washer and which one was the dryer. Right then and there, I renewed my vows never to get married.

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  12. I have to admit that my husband does more of the laundry stuff than I do. My excuse is that I'm away with work alot and just don't have the time, and he seems to accept that. However, I do know which end is what! (on the machines, as well as the husband heheh)

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  13. I've never seen this strip either - it's very cute!
    By the way, I actually like doing laundry. I just don't like the folding and putting away afterward.

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  14. Ken: well, you are managing on the computer quite well.

    this is from our local paper

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  15. Susan: I am far too nosy to not know where everything is located

    Irene: I think Earl might be a challenge to be married to!

    Vanilla: I am glad, you have enough on your hands

    Citizen: is there any hope for him?

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  16. Jazz: I don't know how newspapers decide which comics to include, but this one better not disappear

    Be One: they are almost inspirational

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  17. Pinklea: yeah, doing the laundry is the easy bit!

    Sagittarian: whew, I am so glad for you!

    XUP: these anecdotal tales are lifesavers, aren't they!?

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  18. That is just about typical of how helpless you can feel if you are left to the mercy of "the other half"
    I usually have to muddle through no matter how I feel.

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  19. Maggie May: so do I. muddle through, that is.

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  20. Hehehe! Thanks for the laugh - laughs are always appreciated!

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