Sunday, May 9, 2010

Mary Worth 745

Mary, I must respectfully disagree. You most certainly can have it both ways. You can have your cake and eat it too. The New York Times and the Wall Street Journal. NPR and FOX News. The Yankees and the Mets. Paper and plastic. You can be both fat AND skinny. Old AND young. Ambiguity is the sugar and spice of life.

Today's Full Strip


maconmemad said...

Best of Both Worlds by Lulu comes to mind. I guess if we're not going to be treated to seeing B?BJ? "bringing it on brother!" with a full "Mary Smack Down" I'll just pine over what could have been with an oldie but a goodie.

Imogene said...

What?? Where'd that portrait of Bonnie and Ernie pop up from? Does Mary rotate as she lectures so the background will keep changing, thus confusing her victims even more?

By the way, Mary, once Bonnie tearfully gives up her things and her shopping habit, perhaps you could instruct her in how to properly tell a good story. "I was once loved by a great man" is particularly educational.

Anonymous said...

Hmm...colorful boxes full of great stuff or old guy in a sombrero? That's a tough choice.

katyb said...

Um, "you can't have it both ways" Mary says, as her index finger flexes the other way to the back of her hand. Surely the end times are upon us.