I remember not being sure what to do with Dee in this strip, since she doesn’t talk, so she can’t say “Polo!” Ignoring the problem seemed the best solution. :)
I think of this when I buy things online, and some people hate an item and others love it.
I think my favorite part about this one is all the groceries laying around in the first panel.
We’d all break the rules for you too, Ted, <3
Sometimes I see children get glazed eyes as parents tangent off into their own adult nonsense.
Siblings are brats. Except for me to MY siblings.
Sometimes people just aren’t up to a challenge I guess. :)
This reminds me. over the next week I have to deal with all my belongings, too many of which are in boxes long dusty. Sigh.
This is one of those strips where… I have nothing to say. :)
I forget if I’d been reading Hamlet, or some Russian double stories like Gogal’s “The Nose,” but… yeah.
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