Mary Worth is doing her impersonation of Happy Bunny - "Let's focus on me, me, me!" Forget showing what Emily went through, and how she was kidnapped by the world's dumbest kidnapper, forced to get a bad haircut and then taken to eat at Diner, surely the worst dive this side of Goleta. No, let's wrap up this storyline by dwelling on Mary and how she did what any normal and sane person would have done. Bring on the next pool party!
It's nice to see that even when offshore, the Rule of the Finger Point still applies. I'm no nautical expert, but that hull looks dangerously low. Dare we hope they are taking on water? Karen with a K: We haven't seen a pool party since June 2010. I think Moy is too busy teaching us hard-earned lessons to include any non-lesson-learning time-wasting plot points, such as a pool party. Not when there are lessons to be learned!
Enough with this! We get it: Mary's great! we're not worthy!Now can we please have three hour tour, professor?vw: pricsti... yes, I am.
Deep down, everyone has a moral compass. Even Wayne the kidnapper.No, wait, that can't be right.
This talk of compasses and the deep make me wonder if the Good Ship Cory is about to founder. Maybe as Mary continues to pat herself on the back, she'll accidentally hit Jeff on the noggin. Jeff will be comatose as the boat drifts out to sea.WV: oatschi, which is Wilbur Weston's favorite breakfast cereal
If only Mary Worth hung out in the Penn State locker room...
Maybe while afloat, Mary and Jeff will happen upon a clue and solve the Natalie Wood murder/accident.
Oh Mary, if scientists ever find a way to convert smugness into gasoline, you'd be set for the rest of your life without setting foot at a Shell station. Is this some sort of punishment brought on by too much eggnog that Karen Moy must have enjoyed at the Mary Worth staff Christmas party. tufenuf, I had to laugh out loud at that comment. I was going to make a reference the other day, but I lost my nerve. I guess it's just my moral compass pointing north.
I see a rock/shoreline in the background of the second panel. Maybe they've run aground, which would explain why the boat is riding so low in the water.Or maybe that "boat" is actually a sub! Blow the main ballast, Jeff! Ah-oooo-ga! Ah-ooooooo-ga!--Beagle Vet from Goleta
I just worry about what will happen to Mary after she comes off this high. I mean, saving a kidnapped little girl, how is she going to top that? Saving two kidnapped little girls? Saving five? Saving an orphanage? Saving an orphanage full of children from a fire set by a pedophile, whom Mary has to punch out, and then pairing the children up with good parents?
Maggie @ 11:18 AM, the orphanage angle has possibilities. Maybe the Santa Royale Players can present an updated version of "Annie," with Mary cast as an enlightened, kick-ass Miss Hannigan.
If only Mary and Jeff were cruising the coast of Tuscany last Friday, they might have saved the Costa Concordia. . . .Nah! Her head would be too big for the frame if that had happened.. . .
Poor Jeff has been fishing for three days. Fishing for a compliment he can give Mary that she won't contradict and throw back in his face.Jeff: "You're a hero, Mary."Mary: "No, I did what anyone would do."J: "What you did took GUTS, though."M: "Wrong again, it took CONSCIENCE."J: "Yeah, but everbody should be that way."M: "Well, everbody is."J: "OK...ummm...Children."I've been with insufferable people like that. People who keep rejecting compliments until they try on the one they like.Mary, for once just smile sweetly, say "Thank you, dear," shut up and enjoy your morphing boat ride.
James @10:34I had another comment in mind - a suggestion for a similarly themed storyline, but I tried to be nice about it. Or maybe I just couldn't bear to think of Dr. Jeff so plastered that he couldn't remember what happened as he attempts to explain to the SR Police - who would, in customary fashion, arrive two weeks after being summoned.
Right. Mary's a saint, blah, blah, blah. The real fun is finding a WV that suits the strip. Before you leave a comment, keep hitting the refresh button until you find a word that makes sense. I had to refresh about ten times before I hit "moyingba"! Worth the effort and WAY more entertaining than the strip!
RELEASE THE KRAKEN!!!
Let's all put in a dollar and guess how many days Mary will continue to blather on about her superior moral compass....I say seven more days.
I think it's time for another ID Theft storyline. There should be one of those between every other storyline to ensure that we all stay vigilant and remain afraid of the intertubes.
OK. Still playing. "fushint" Means nothing, but I thought it was funny!
This "ishmo" (WV) than I can take!
"Hequipse" was my verification word, but my guess is that SHEquipse about as often as he does. And when it comes to Mary Worth, I see that the "shequipse" are circa 1956. . . .
How many days are we going to see Jeff schmoozing up to Mary, (Who STILL will never marry you, Jeff. Give it up, already!) before the REAL new story starts? Maybe Mary will notice a shipwrecked refugee frantically treading water and clinging to some driftwood, off to the side of the boat- and due to her superior moral conscious, Mary decides to help the poor lad aboard?
im betting there will be a stray dolphin they will rescue and not reggie bush
Like Mary, the boat has a list.
Oh, good grief, will these two give it UP already!!?? Jeff's fawning over Mary's "moral compass" is enough to gag a maggot! (My wv is: "fecemat", which sounds pretty nasty, lol)
Sandi Ego @ 6:20 PM - That's too funny!
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