FoxTrot Classics by Bill Amend for June 25, 2022

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    Храм С.О.Д. (Templo S.U.D. ucraniano)  3 months ago

    At the grocery store at which I’m employed, we employees get discounts on certain items and on company-branded items. In my case, helps me save on my EBT.

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    allen@home  3 months ago

    Peter need a job that has no food anywhere in sight.

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    C  3 months ago

    Lousy gene pool

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    TwilightFaze  3 months ago

    Tubs? Roger, this kid is a black hole. He ate barrels, I don’t doubt.

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    Jason Allen  3 months ago

    I had that problem back in my youth when I started working graveyard shift at a convenience store. Though it was a fairly easy habit to break. Convenience store food isn’t known for it’s high quality.

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    Jeffin Premium Member 3 months ago

    Nacho fault.

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    dflak  3 months ago

    My very first job was working the concession stands at an amusement park. One of the perks was that we could buy tickets at a discounted price for the items we sold. I didn’t spend a lot of money on them.

    My next job that I held through the remainder of high school and college was working in a grocery store / delicatessen – I got free lunch there. That was a GREAT benefit. I am glad I am not working there anymore, because I would weigh about 400 pounds, but at the time, my metabolism was like Peter’s: 6 meals a day and still not gaining weight.

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    mindjob  3 months ago

    At this rate, Peter will have to pay the theatre to work there

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    ChessPirate  3 months ago

    Hey, Roger, that’s food you didn’t have to pay for…

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    Olddog04  3 months ago

    Be owes them money

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    The Pro from Dover  3 months ago

    It was a slow day. And don’t call me Tubs.

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    Allan CB Premium Member 3 months ago

    In the mid to late 1990s, I worked for Good Humour, RIDING one of their ice cream bikes around London, Ontario.

    Most days in July and August (after 12 hours), I’d go home with $120-$150 in cash. Not great, but, for someone who was 17 or 18, that was good cash back then. On scorcher days I’d have a few Rocket’s (they were cheap, and mostly water.). Good times.

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    Bill The Nuke  3 months ago

    When I worked for McDonald’s 50 years ago the owner didn’t give us a break of prices. Paid me a whole $1.50/hr, too. After 3 years I was up to a whopping $1.65.

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    josh_bisbee  3 months ago

    Even if it’s $1, it’s still worth cashing (if your bank or financial place doesn’t charge you to cash your checks). It’s still cash you didn’t have a few minutes ago.

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    Daltongang Premium Member 3 months ago

    Jake: Uh, Bob, about the money for tonight.

    Bob: Oh, yeah, $200, and you boys drank $300 worth of beer.

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    Otis Rufus Driftwood  3 months ago

    Peter needs a job without such easy access to snacks. Need a summer office boy at your company, Roger?

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    rebelstrike0  3 months ago

    This is only a comic strip. In the real world, Peter would have dead from an infarction years ago.

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    calliarcale  3 months ago

    Reminds me of the Blues Brothers when they did their gig at the cowboy bar and discovered the drinks were not, in fact, on the house. ;-)

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