“No one can make dinner like Corky.”
“Eat food from the 1940s in a trolley.”
Don’t know any Czechs, but have been spell-bound by a Slovak for about 5 years. (Pardon the bad puns.)
Cooking tip #17: The children fry much more evenly if you butterfly them first.
Putt knot yore trussed inn spill chequers.
More editors need to learn that spell check doesn’t help if you spell the wrong word right.
I initially misread the last word in Terry’s panel 1 balloon as “platter”.
Had it actually been that word, it would have been a paranomasial definition of a diet.
Need to proof read better first then spell check.
Spell Cheque works fine. Caulky, children, and flies are all good words.
Corky was called “Caulky” in “Gasoline Valley” in “Mad”, about a million years ago in the 1950s.
Wasn’t he given a copy to approve ahead of time?