Pent up discipline
Well you know the old saying, Eno. Truth hurts.
One summer our chaise lounge was broken. When none of us kids fessed up to it, my dad spanked us all hard. Then he found out it was our next door neighbor. He felt so bad, he never spanked us again.
Hey! Hey! It’s no use crying over spilled milk. Apropos: I also spilled your milk the following autum…
Geez!!! Dad carries a grudge!!!
I’ve told my father about some of my ahem…escapades…ahem as a rowdy teen…but not all of them. Some secrets are best taken to the grave!
No “statute of limitations” on that crime.
Better late than never?
I learned a long time ago; parents and siblings have no statute of limitations on anything.
somethings are better left unsaid… :}
Best to just let sleeping dogs lie, (rather than to have them tell the truth.)
Is that a broken doggie biscuit I spy flying out of that toaster? My dog wants to know.
I guess the apple does not fall far from the tree
Why bring out your past crimes on Father’s Day? Bad, bad son
Honesty is the best policy. Provided you have one. Life insurance. :)
I get it, Eno is toast.
From the womb to the tomb.
Proving there’s no good time for bad news.
Should have had this discussion over a nice cold beer. Burp! :)
Not at all funny. An adult threatening someone else with an appliance is so last-century and beside, domestic violence is not funny at all.
Is this the first time seeing his dad in this strip?
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