Arlo and Janis by Jimmy Johnson for July 04, 2023

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    C  8 months ago

    You can’t say it’s not ready to hand

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    seismic-2 Premium Member 8 months ago

    Fools rush in where angels fear to tread, Arlo.

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    alasko  8 months ago

    Like Let’s Make A Deal, stick your hand in the box. Or was that another game show. Not The Price Is Right 3 strikes game.

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    SpacedInvader Premium Member 8 months ago

    Maybe it’s a Sasquatch.

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    Tyge Premium Member 8 months ago

    I’m sure it’ll be something nostalgic from Arlo’s past!

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    David Huie Green LosersBlameOthers&It'sYOURfault  8 months ago

    “And the creepy thing that dwells in the dark corner of the garage ate Arlo, little children; and that’s the end of our story.”

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    dsTrekker Premium Member 8 months ago

    Tune in next time, when Flash Gordon, err…Arlo, confronts the most fearsome disgusting opponent of his life! Don’t miss it!

    Meanwhile, this commercial break is brought to you by Ovaltine, the yummy chocolate drink that kids love. Ask Mom to make you some today!

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    Jesy Bertz Premium Member 8 months ago

    Someone please put that hoe away before someone steps on it. Whack!

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    eced52  8 months ago

    Homeless squatter?

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    Mr. Organization  8 months ago

    Did Arlo seriously reach back there with no gloves and not even a light?

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    Cminuscomics&stories Premium Member 8 months ago

    Raccoon alert!

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    Pharmakeus Ubik  8 months ago

    Or you could flip that switch on the wall….

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    Daeder  8 months ago

    Not?

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    jasonsnakelover  8 months ago

    Of the three things you listed, snakes are the ones worth going in there after.

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    sjsczurek  8 months ago

    This does not look good.

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    Hamady Sack Premium Member 8 months ago

    The boat.

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    marco2205  8 months ago

    He’s found Ludwig’s secret stash of teaspoons.

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    nosirrom  8 months ago

    Someone’s not ready.

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    diverleo  8 months ago

    Arlo no! Not bare handed.

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    ScullyUFO  8 months ago

    I’m going with a human being hiding in his garage.

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    PoochFan  8 months ago

    Years ago I told a coworker I had yellow jackets flying in and out of my gas grill cover on my camper. I didn’t want to get stung getting rid of them. He told me to tell my sons I’d give them a dollar to go uncover the gas tank.

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    glhutch  8 months ago

    Remnants of the ol’ sail boat?

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    NeedaChuckle Premium Member 8 months ago

    Late last night, there was a screeching noise coming from my patio! It was dark and raining and I certainly wasn’t going out to see what the heck it was. It stopped and this morning I looked but there are so many plants in one area, I can’t see anything in them. I’m not sticking my hands in either.

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    mywifeslover  8 months ago

    It’s a Red Barchetta!

    Down in his barnMy uncle preserved for me an old machineFor fifty odd yearsTo keep it as new has been his dearest dreamI strip away the old debrisThat hides a shining carA brilliant red BarchettaFrom a better vanished time

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    Just-me  8 months ago

    Pretty much the last thing he needs is to be bitten by a brown recluse spider…

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    dv1093  8 months ago

    Interesting choice for the 4th of July.

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    PeaceWouldBeNice  8 months ago

    Roaches? I didn’t know you used to smoke dope in the garage. Does Janis know?

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    FassEddie  8 months ago

    Maybe that’s just a bag of leaves … and twigs.

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    Lomax9er7  8 months ago

    Cliffhanger!

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    Aladar30 Premium Member 8 months ago

    Arlo feels the touch of a disgusting hairy hand with very long nails. He finally found that amazing Halloween decoration that had been lost for years!

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    Chris  8 months ago

    oh dear… wonder what’s in there.

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    morningglory73 Premium Member 8 months ago

    To be continued?

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    MuddyUSA  Premium Member 8 months ago

    It’s not so creepy if you put the lights on Arlo……

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    DaBump Premium Member 8 months ago

    Raccoon, opossum, slime mold, bat, owl, dead body of one of those…

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    formathe  8 months ago

    I must be an oddity as the garage, shed and store room are all well lit, clean and organized and we have been in this house for 15 years.

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    mourdac Premium Member 8 months ago

    Like the basement in the house I grew up in. Dark, full of stuff everywhere, spooky to have to go down into.

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    360guy Premium Member 8 months ago

    Where Janis stashed his “lucky shirt”?

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    Bill The Nuke  8 months ago

    I had boxes stacked in my garage and when I started cleaning it out I found lots of needle-like tooth marks on them. I had a possum trapped in there. Found it asleep in a cat carrier, made removal rather easy.

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    assrdood  8 months ago

    OK JJ, Ya got me. I’ll be back tomorrow.

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    paranormal  8 months ago

    What’s that crawling up his leg???

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    dbrucepm  8 months ago

    First time through I read it as coroner of garage, I better ease up on murder mysteries

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    flushed  8 months ago

    That mouse trap you had placed in that corner and forgot about has been found.

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    billwog  8 months ago

    Bored city. I think he has lost his muse. Or it’s slipping away.

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    oakie817  8 months ago

    cue the dark ambient music with discordant overtones which, although broadly tonal, is inflected with chromatic and polytonal passages representing the archetypal example of a florid, melodramatic style without being interpreted as an overly heavy-handed metaphor within the context of the thematic material

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    Shonkin  8 months ago

    Ruh-roh!

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    Thehag  8 months ago

    GLOVES!

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    joedon2007  8 months ago

    Not what I expected for July 4th

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    Steverino Premium Member 8 months ago

    Spiders and roaches and snakes, Oh my!

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    bobbyferrel  8 months ago

    There is nothing in my house that gives me the creeps. I’ll add to this when she leaves the room.

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    Phydeux  8 months ago

    Where did this car come from?

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    JessieRandySmithJr.  8 months ago

    My list would start with snakes Ar.o.

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    ted.hering  8 months ago

    Jimbo, too! https://www.gocomics.com/roseisrose/2023/07/04

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    ScretWitch  8 months ago

    I may have missed the suspense, but how does a stationary bike get a flat tire? (sorry squirrel moment) :)

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    Sojourner  8 months ago

    Oooh, cliffhangar! :-D

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    crazeekatlady  8 months ago

    Be boring, move the wood one piece at a time and stack horizontally in a space specially cleared for stacked wood. Later cut it into pieces and use as firewood.

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    RonBerg13 Premium Member 8 months ago

    Going where no man has gone before…

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