Adam@Home by Rob Harrell for April 15, 2024

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    C  3 months ago

    Har, treasure thar be

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    Yakety Sax  3 months ago

    Childhood Is A Treasure

    (My four-year-old daughter is at a park, where she sees a boy come into the area she’s playing in. It is the first kid to come around this area of the park, so she’s happy.)

    Daughter: “Hi, my name is [Daughter]. What is your name?”

    Boy: overly excited and throws his arms up in the air “I’m [Boy]. I can’t find the… BURIED… treasure!”

    Daughter: “We can find it!”

    (And thus began thirty minutes of running everywhere looking for it.)

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    snsurone76  3 months ago

    It’s none of your beeswax, Katy!!

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    snsurone76  3 months ago

    Better not open it—might be Pandora’s box!

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    seanfear  3 months ago

    sheesh … she has some “weird” questions ….

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    mccollunsky  3 months ago

    Katy, should realize by now that her father naturally does strange things.

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    LeslieBark  3 months ago

    Maybe he’s hoping to find something. I recently saw a story on cable about two boys who were playing outside their Los Angeles home in February 1978, digging in the yard, when one of the boys struck something metallic. They alerted two passing sheriff’s deputies, who had a team investigate the object which proved to be a 1974 Ferrari Dino 246 GTS which had been stolen and buried in that yard.

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    Doctor Toon  3 months ago

    I’m getting a Jumanji vibe

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    nosirrom  3 months ago

    Looks about the right size for a hope chest. Can’t wait to see how they explain the very sheer nightie.

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    SteveHL  3 months ago

    I believe that the first time anything was described as being “the size of a Buick” was in the film Annie Hall:

    Honey, there’s a spider in your bathroom the size of a Buick.

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    bbenoit  3 months ago

    Adam’s next book? “One dreary Spring day, while awaiting the coming bounty of Summer, I, bored and undirected, strayed into our attic and found, in a previously unknown abscess, the most curious of things.”

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    MRC112  3 months ago

    Either that or he’d just dug a hole into the neighbours attic and taken their stuff

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    markkahler52  3 months ago

    Old manuscripts…

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    ladykat  3 months ago

    What’s in the trunk? Open it, quick!

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    Serial Pedant  3 months ago

    Now begin scratching.

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    brick10  3 months ago

    I hope there’s a best selling book at the end of this arc.

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    h.v.greenman  3 months ago

    Next frame Laura says; “Get out of here with that …”

    Regretfully I can no longer post links to the 1950 HITS The Thing – Phil Harris.

    (Conveniently available for your listening entertainment on a place called YouTube)

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    FassEddie  3 months ago

    Could it contain hot and steamy love letters from World War Two? Hut Sut Ralston!

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    eb110americana  3 months ago

    Adam likes a little junk-in-the-trunk.

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    Old Time Tales Premium Member 3 months ago

    Years ago we bought an older house in San Angelo, TX (a beautiful town). It had been empty awhile and some items had been left in the attic. We still have these 1950’s style Christmas ornaments that go up every year.

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    mistercatworks  3 months ago

    He also loves to get itchy skin and eyes from messing with fiberglass insulation. Smart people (including professionals) wear masks, so as not to get cancer.

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    Teto85 Premium Member 3 months ago

    1958 Roadmaster Convertible or 1989 Reatta?

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