Three strips of bacon and a plate of bleached cold cuts? And we all know that Mary Worth did most of the cooking herself. Who has a neighbor help cook the dinner, but doesn't invite her to stay?
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I still would like to know if Dawn is really attending classes at the local institute of higher learning. Between helping a young man with emotional problems, seeking advice from her aging nosy guru and being a chef, I can't see how she has time for school.
Oh gosh, Wilby is so pathetic. "I enjoy eating" is the biggest understatement of the century.And this makes me very depressed that the Mary Worth podcasts are finished because they would have had a field day with that line.*plays Price is Right losing horn*
As Wilbur is using a spoon, does that mean there's some revolting substance beneath the bacon strips? What hath Mary's cooking wroth?What a seque - "Speaking of Joy, you'd better start washing the dishes, Dawn. And, maybe you should switch from Joy to Dawn, har har har!"
Dawn put the other 6 serving dishes of the "feast" on the opposite corner of the table, out of our view (and out of Wilbur's reach).BTW, not that it matters, but it is a different "Tony" who posts comments on the "Comic Kingdom" ("Today's Full Strip") web site. I prefer Family Friendly Blogs.
This is a feast? Ghost pancakes and ghost casserole with three pathetic strips of bacon to provide a fleeting wisp of flavor?Besides, Dawn, you LIAR. Mary cooked all the food, if you can call it that.Now, the interesting thing, is: Why is Wilbur emphasizing the word "Joy"? Has he met someone by that name and has started up a new relationship? Alas, poor Iris!
Dawn's day of "cooking" and Unburdening Herself made her dizzy enough that she has to grab onto the table and chair and bleached baloney in order to keep from falling down.Mary's Three Bacon Potato Chip Lemon Casserole is about to be subjected to not only Wilbur's assault, but also Moy's horrific dialogue and plot-dithering. And that lone Ghost Cupcake (next to the Bleached Baloney) is not enough for two.
I wonder who decides what and how gets colored in this strip. Today, the silverware (which is usually white), the serving spoon, the salt and pepper shaker tops, and the pan are a light grey. Other than the bacon, everything else is white. Oh, and Dawn is back to wearing her lavender and blue outfit. Yikes!
"Speaking of Joy, how is it going assuming the identity of Merry?"Looks like Dawn is working on her MRS degree at the university. You might think looking at the table that she's doing poorly, but she had me at 'bacon.'@TG: podcasts?!
I'm concerned about the little gray dots on the bacon serving plate. Maybe that's because I'm fighting a battle of wits with Mighty Mouse (and losing) in my own kitchen. But at least my cold cuts have pigment.
Those are the steam vents in the salmon casserole, not bacon strips, hence the serving spoon. Wilbur doesn't eat bacon since he converted to Islam.
Oh. I thought Wilbur doesn't eat vegetables since he converted to bacon.
I think Mary slipped a little arsenic (or salmonella maybe) into the casserole - she wants to keep the Ask Wendy column. That's why she didn't hang around for dinner.
Hey, Dawn, a little tip.If you REALLY want to drive your bacon-eating father nuts, try sprinkling brown sugar on the bacon. Wowzer - you'll have to talk him down from the ceiling.
Wow, I didn't know Wilbur could sound so sarcastic through print, but my comics page was literally dripping with it this morning.
I guess the Santa Royale third grade art class missed the point of their assignment today.Teacher: Now fill in the dark lines with color.3rd Grade class: Forget it, Teach!
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