Monday, November 17, 2008

Mary Worth 368

Oh my. Lynn has gone all Chester the Dog on a certain designer scarf. Good thing Mary read that book on dog psychology last year. Woof. I'm just glad we got to hear Lynn tell us that she shredded the scarf, rather than actually watch her do it. That would have been too much action.

And don't think I haven't noticed that Lynn's room has remained stable two days in a row. Well done, Mr. Giella!

Today's Full Strip


Anonymous said...

Lynn's stupid big fat mean jerk of a father is bad enough but if you are a Young Person and Mary Worth shows up in your house more fashionably dressed than you are then you really do have problems.

Barbara L. Hanson said...

No wonder Lynn's having skating problems--those toothpick legs wouldn't support her for one lap around the rink.

Anonymous said...

What century is this that the young people wear the same clothes as the older people? I'm pretty sure Mary Worth has the same sweatsuit that Lynn is wearing. And that wouldn't be the first time something like this happened, either.

Anonymous said...

I fear that shredding Daddy Dearest's peace offering suggests a hostility that could lead to Lynn going all Lizzie Borden on daddy. Will Mary recognize this and recommend professional counseling? Not a chance. We already know that her meddling will not result in the satisfaction of Aldo Kelrast's violent ending. But we can hope.

Anonymous said...

Kudos, old woman.

The scarf suggestion blew up in their faces, just as you had planned. Reminding her of her father -- during this moment of rage and confusion -- should permanently link those negative emotions to him in her heart, leading to a host of psyche-scarring meddling opportunities should you deign to strike again.

Well done, Great Crone. Well done indeed. To celebrate? a warmed snifter-ful of vanilla flavored Ensure.

You deserve it.