Monday, March 30, 2020

Mary Worth 3324

I'm concerned that Jared has declared his love at least twice, but for the third time, Dawn is confessing that she has only "fallen" for Jared, which plainly manifests her inability to commit to anything or anyone. Jared is clearly a poor judge of character.


Anonymous said...

Ha haaa, remember that big speech Dawn gave Mary about how her love for Hugo was real and that they knew what they were doing and that they were mature enough to handle a long-distance relationship?

That was then, this is now.

For now.

-- Scottie McW.

Regina Wolfe-Parks said...

Did Dawn cut her hair with a pair of Mr. Allora's hedge trimmers? It's looking more ratty than usual.

So much for Dawn's "madly and deeply in love" declaration. I thought Hugo was "for real." Jared is for real until the next victim comes along.

My question is why is Dawn going and confiding in this old bat? Doesn't she have any friends her own age to talk to? That is what bothers me. Everyone goes to her for her trite and faulty advice. I'd ask Winky/Libby advice before I'd ask Mary.

LouiseF said...

Guffaw-worthy comments, everyone! Ah! We get to start the week with Mary drowning her plants while getting the Dawn Weston low down on her love life. At least there are no muffins on scene. Too bad we didn't get Wilbur with his inevitable "I told you so" admonition. I would like to see Dawn shedding some milk tears of shame over forgetting to remain faithful to Hugo, who, we know, is feeling no such compunction to remain committed to last summer's love.

KitKat said...

Only Charterstone would have purple roses. - bleah. Maybe Mary planted them so they’ll coordinate with her 50 Shades of Purple wardrobe. Does she get a discount on the maintenance fee for “caring for”/torturing the plants? Those drowning tulips are not long for this world.

Dawn, don’t worry about Hugo. He’s gotten over you in spades, cupcake.

TimP said...

Maybe it's all the social distancing (and family closening) but I want to reimagine this conversation in an Apocolypse Now fashion with Dawn as Colonel Kurtz and Mary as Captain Willard and we're just about at the point where Willard/Mary says he/she doesn't see any method at all.

Anonymous said...

I'm still hoping to see Hugo show up on the Weston doorstep with a huge diamond ring and a proposal of marriage. Sorry Jared, but that would be much more amusing than watching the two of you eating breakfast, lunch, and dinner over the course of the next 25 years.


Yahoonski said...

Perhaps there are a few people in the real world who hold their phones as do the denizens of the Worthiverse, but I submit that NOBODY would hold a watering can of that size with both hands on the handle.

lmjb1964 said...

Yahoonski, I was thinking the same thing. Although, judging from the volume of water that's coming out of that can, it seems to have some sort of pump. Maybe it's one of those new gasoline-powered watering cans, and they can be tricky to handle.

That's an excellent point that Dawn doesn't seem t have any friends her own age. I suppose that's because she mostly meets people at the community college. The regular students eventually move on to other things while Dawn takes one more class. They all give up on her after a while.

I loved "50 Shades of Purple." Although I don't think I would even call those roses purple. I'm not sure what that color is, besides blaaahh

Downpuppy said...

Character?? In all these years, when has Dawn had character? Jared is following [not family friendly] impulses, and Dawn is an empty head in a mildly strong breeze.

So, like Rob & Amber on Survivor. All the happiness to these kids!

Anonymous said...


You mean Rahb & Ambuh. :)

-- S. McW.

katyb said...

So, Dawn's a fallen woman. Unsurprisingly in the Worthiverse, that does not make her interesting. (Note I do not say 'more' interesting.) :)