FoxTrot Classics by Bill Amend for July 09, 2010

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    rayannina  about 13 years ago

    Too true to be funny?

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    tmt  about 13 years ago

    Run, children, run! And hide well!

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    cdward  about 13 years ago

    … or just keep running!

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    Dkram  about 13 years ago

    What kid wants to be seen in public with the parents.


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    kab2rb  about 13 years ago

    Even though this is only a comic strip reminds most of real life. When my kids where little waited months before telling us anything. Then we tell them what ever the problem to late for us to work on. Kids try things on their own, get in trouble, and can’t handle what comes us. Or peer pressure to try trouble and get hooked devastate families when a youngster gets over their heads because cool to do and they’re my family. NOT But in this case Roger needs to go back to work the kids don’t want parent with them and mom knows it.

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    Rakkav  about 13 years ago

    Kinda sad, this whole scenario.

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    BananaSlug  about 13 years ago

    Why is it that cartoon teenagers are so DEVASTATED to be seen with their parents? I’ll admit, my mother does some weird things (interrupting goodbyes to go, “say bye, honey”), but come on.

    Are they ageist, or trying too hard to look rebellious, or what?

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    tchu  about 13 years ago

    i think that they’re trying to run away from Roger. this family-time thing is getting kinda ridiculous. i know that i would go crazy if my dad did that.

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    shirttailslim  about 13 years ago

    Just be back in time for dinner, kids.

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    kfaatz925  about 13 years ago

    @Banana Slug - cheers to you for being so reasonable. :)

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    Smiley Rmom  about 13 years ago

    I would be surprised if any kids their age want a full-time adult playmate. My kids enjoy it if I play an hour or so with them, but I can tell that they don’t want me to spend the whole day playing with them. And my kids are not the typical “don’t want to be seen with my parents in public” type, because we homeschooled them.

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    JP Steve Premium Member about 13 years ago

    And don’t forget this is Roger, the personification of the clueless father/husband. He could embarass his family in a sealed capsule!

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