Cul de Sac by Richard Thompson for July 15, 2022

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    Templo S.U.D.  7 months ago

    well, at least Alice had fun, right?

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    gbars70  7 months ago

    Even when I’m a grown up teenager and I’m being very, very bad, just remember…etc. Alice’s escape clause.

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    Cornelius Noodleman  7 months ago

    And thus ends the tale of the thistle.

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    JudasPeckerwood  7 months ago

    I like a story with a clear lesson!

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    einarbt  7 months ago

    The Alice smile looking at her brother.

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    dave1960  7 months ago

    Flower power!

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    jmolay161  7 months ago

    Petey is now averse to everything—nature, food, picnics, etc. He should just remain inside a simple diorama for life, while Alice will go on to make life miserable for everyone outside that diorama.

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    Diat60  7 months ago

    Note that Alice knows there will be occasions when she will be “bad”.

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    A.Ficionada  7 months ago

    Another heartwarming tale ><

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    strick9  7 months ago

    Petey had an epiphany

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    SteveHL  7 months ago

    A very Petey stance in the final panel, with one hand on the other arm.

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    Impkins & Patsnozzle Premium Member 7 months ago

    BUNNY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Hiya Happyx3!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! :)

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    6turtle9  7 months ago

    Who’d a thunk one flower could provide so much?

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    norphos  7 months ago

    I’m sure Mrs. Otterloop can see through Alice’s transparent attempt at future emotional manipulation.

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    Sisyphos  7 months ago

    Alice is assuming too much. Madeline’s statement about remembering (panel 3) was plainly ambiguous and could cut either way. Alice traumatized the First-born again.

    Still, in the end, one must admit that Madeline loves her little four-year old terrorist….

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    vonskippy  7 months ago

    I hope they already started a huuuuuge HSA fund for the Petey kid. Once he hits junior high there won’t be a day goes by that he won’t be getting his dweeby behind kicked.

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    JH&Cats  7 months ago

    We all want to be remembered, somehow.

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