A lot of people like to play this little trick on themselves; it isn't so unusual. My question is why, after so many years of marriage, are they just arguing about this now? Also, why is Adam the one setting clocks ahead? He's the one that works from home, it's not like he needs to be anywhere.
Barney & Clyde
Harold has no sense of humor, but he must at least have some sense of irony, judging from his ridiculous flat-top hair cut.
A smoke break? Guess who's getting laid off next for raising the insurance premiums, spending too much time outside, and for having bad breath? Mr. Squiggle-Hair, that's who! Say, that's a nice pocket protector you've got there, is it company issued?
Just what I needed to read about in the comics this afternoon: promiscuous old ladies with weird rashes. Ug. It cannot be unread.
This comic poses several of unanswered questions. Since when is a title not enough to locate a book? Why does a priest need to check out the Bible from the library? He already should have lots of his own copies. And lastly, why is this comic funny? Dumb librarians must be hysterical, I guess.
Wednesday, May 30, 2012