Well, John Dill seems to be getting over his wife's death pretty well.
But I feel like we somehow missed a giant Mary head in the sky.
Today's Full Strip
What, John Dill and Blue Suit are the only two passengers aboard this 747?And they're content to sit crammed together.Spread out,guys.
How are they going to spread out, Mike? There's no aisle!! It's one of those new-fangled extra-narrow body jets, after all.I suspect that Giant Floating Space Heads only appear to Mary Worth. She is the only one worthy of such apparitions!
It's an appropriate quotation. Mary Worth never had a heart and John Dill never had it.
Is John reading Chef Pierre's biography, "This Takes the Cake?"
Yes, John Dill. You've learned a brutal lesson about the real Mary Worth. Oh, she may seem caring and giving but beneath that facade... she is a cruel temptress. She reels men in with her charms and then, when they're completely under her spell... BAM! She reveals herself as the unattainable ice queen she truly is. So sorry. Have some cake. It'll make you feel better.
Oh, john dill, you have everything: your pink vision of nature, your creepy mustache, your dreams, your closet...
How nice of Mary to give John Dill a copy of her favorite book of famous quotes so he could read it on the plane. I'm confident we'll see another sample from it tomorrow.
John Dill quoting Oscar Wilde? Spare me the irony, but don't spare the speculation and the snark.
John Dill has unexpected depths... he can read!
So instead of the usual black, orange and pink color scheme, we have a black, peach and blue color scheme. Very calming!I just wonder if John Dill knew his skintone would match the interior of the plane.
I believe what John Dill is referring to is the $10 grand - Mary took all the prize money before he even had a chance to get a cut of it. Never had it, never will.
From John Dill's "regrets" playlist:This time we almost made the frosting gel,Didn't we, girl?This time we almost cured that rancid smell,Didn't we, girl?This time I rolled the fondant with my own handThen I tasted, and it had turned out bland.This time we almost got the pink shade bright,Didn't we, girl?This time we almost lined the layers up right,Didn't we, girl?This time my sugar sculpture didn't break.This time we almost moved that heavy cake.Didn't we almost bake it, this time?
Oh, I'm afraid there's more than enough time for a Giant Mary Head; I get the feeling that we'll being going over these precious moments for a few more weeks. If we really luck out, we may even get a Giant John Head floating over Mary's kitchen table in return...
@fauxprof at 10:55 AM, singing your lyrics brought tears to my eyes - of laughter, that is. Brava!Eh, I would have expected Oscar Wilde to have written "something one never had," not "something you never had." Maybe John is reading Oscar Wilder, the author of "The Importance of Being Willy Wonka."I predict that we will see an entire Mother Mary Worth Nature floating in the sky tomorrow, not just her head.
Think about it, KitKat. If one has believed that another had a quality or something such as caring, integrity or money and then it turns out one was mistaken, one would have a feeling of loss even though the lost thing never existed. If Oscar Wilde did write the line, it might be referring to the countless times he was let down, often by his own assumptions and illusions as well as by active deception on his partners' part.
So we've learned that Mary is either Jewish or running for Popess, and that Joe Giella can draw 747's pretty darned well.Big week in the Worthiverse!--Beagle Vet
@ Mike in Cleveland:"Blue suit" isn't a guy in a blue suit, I believe that chin napkin is using Mary's ticket, and going to New York with John Dill. He heard that there's a famous French napkin there that can fold itself into a swan, and he's got an apprenticeship with Louis Neck Napkin.
If we see the giant Mary head, it will be Mary herself, scooping frosting out of a can and enjoying every calorie. Mary: "I had a coupon! 35 cents off each can. Boy do I taste good."
Aaaaaarrrrrrrrggggghhhhh! I can't believe I was wrong about the giant floating space head of Mary Worth in John Dill's airplane window!
My comment yesterday -"Fingers crossed we'll be treated to a panel with John Dill looking out the window at Mary in the clouds (a la Gina)"February 22, 2013 at 12:45 PMI would gloat, but, really how hard was that to predict? I find it quite odd that Mary seemingly has no clue how JohnDill feels about her. She is emotionally tone deaf. I hope JohnDill finds a hottie cupcake chef to bring back to Santa Royale.
Or two days ago. Or whatever. Time is a relative thing where MW is concerned
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