Friday, April 4, 2008

Mary Worth 159

Ooooh, la-di-DA. So smug, Mary. Almost sarcastic. Yes, Toby, we all agree that Mary is so much better than all the other poor people who are so bitter and angry all the time.

Let's not forget that by "Experience," Mary means "Money," which came as soon as Mary's mother remarried and established for her young saint a firmly held and deeply rooted principle: The importance of marrying into wealth.

4 comments:

shandyowl said...

As previously noted in an article described by the Comics Curmudgeon as "every bit as disturbing as the title would suggest", Mary has inexcplicably changed clothes mid-story again...

birdie said...

Did she pick that flower in a community park? Or was it someone's garden? In any case, that little girl is going to take the blame.

I think Mary is still bitter towards little girls from happy families and will subtly do everything she can to destroy them.

Spike said...

birdie: This is *MW* we're talking about! How *dare* you forget that she can just find thornless roses anywhere she wants?!? :-) Considering that this story arc began at a Charterstone pool party, I'm beginng to think that Chartersone is actually a well-funded sanatorium. Surely all those people in the park are "just visiting" relatives!

shandyowl: Yeah, Mary seems to have changed her slacks once or twice during this little "walk"--salmon pants suit one day, bluejeans another, and some days, a mannequin has been a stand-in for Toby. Continuity is definitely lacking in thw Worthiverse.

It also looks like Dr. Drew has returned from Vietnam with wife and stepdaughter in tow...

Anonymous said...

"It's called PERSPECTIVE"

...good lord, could she be any more condescending?