how indeed, Andy
The conclusion she reaches after tuning out during science class
A hand-vac makes sense, but she’ll waste all day cleaning it out and recharging it.
My hubby can leave crumbs from a glass of water.
You can tell the comic is dated because a 12oz bag is now the super large family size.
It’s a teenager’s super power!
Umm… Why are you cleaning it up? That is not your mess!
Why does Andy think it was “a” 12-oz bag of chips?
This explains why he is still skinny. He eats a lot of food but not really, it goes to waste.
I find my kids leave far fewer crumbs when they have to do their own vacuuming.
For a second I thought he was transitioning to We Will Snack You: crunch-crunch-munch, crunch-crunch-munch, crunch-crunch-munch…
The bags are big, but the chips only fill half of it
Teenagers can do that.
Well, he is a crumb-bum…
She weighed it?
Some questions are better left unanswered.
Updating The Multiplication of the Loaves and Fish – John 6:1-15
And why does eating that same 12 ounce bag put on 5 pounds?
Chip crumbles, add water, form patties, fry up, voila – potato pancakes…
Are you sure that’s a pile of crumbs?
We’re going to need a bigger vacuum!
peter is special.
It defies physics.
I’m surprised he doesn’t just unhinge his jaw and swallow the entire bag at once.
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