Lio by Mark Tatulli for February 02, 2023

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    Templo S.U.D.  4 months ago


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    Bilan  4 months ago

    Do we have to send Mark two dollars to find out which words those are?

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    danketaz Premium Member 4 months ago

    Emulate and cogitate. (the emu ran late and so a cog it ate.)

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    Kwen  4 months ago

    Is the client supposed to look like someone we know?

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    rshive  4 months ago

    A scam w/o the internet.

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    jagedlo  4 months ago

    If we only wanted one, would we only have to pay 50 cents?

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    ACK! Premium Member 4 months ago

    Satisfied, he absquatulates.

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    losflemings  4 months ago

    Orange anyone?

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    jimmjonzz Premium Member 4 months ago

    A more poetically elegant and efficient rhymer would have the same number of syllables with the same stress/unstress pattern. Infundibulate comes to mind.

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    Potamus  4 months ago

    Manager: "Hurry, Bob, the show’s b’gun! You up next!

    “Disco Bob: “Wuh? Nah, we got time.”

    Manager: “No, Disco Bob, you late!”

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    Bookworm  4 months ago

    If you’re feeling discombobulated, can you describe what it felt like to be simply combulated?

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    GWS111 Premium Member 4 months ago

    After you make it through the discombobulation of a TSA checkpoint, you can “recombobulate.”

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    stamps  4 months ago

    He just got recombobulated.

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    PoodleGroomer  4 months ago

    Procreate makes me smile.

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    gigagrouch  4 months ago

    Okay, now do “orange”

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    bigcatbusiness  4 months ago

    Knowing Lio, it’s not any of the words that have been said here.

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    Puzzler Premium Member 4 months ago

    my first time on the comments for this strip…you guys are funny! A good start for my morning.

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    ars731  4 months ago

    You gonna respect Lios hustle if nothing else

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    Jefano Premium Member 4 months ago

    I am always amazed and frankly shaken at how many people simply do not have any understanding of what constitutes a rhyme.

    Overpopulate does almost rhyme with discombobulate; appreciate, procrastinate, castrate, emulate, cogitate, and most of the other suggestions given simply do not.

    The main accented syllable in discombobulate is bob, so the main accented syllable in any word or phrase that rhymes with discombobulate would have to rhyme with bob, with the ensuing syllables then perfectly matching the syllables that come after bob: obulate, dobulate, gonflobulate, or constrobulate, for example. But as far as I know those aren’t real words, so they don’t count.

    Lobulate would be good if it existed as a verb, but it seems to exist only as an adjective, which is pronounced lobulit rather than with a long a in the final syllable. But I may be wrong: there is apparently a word lobulated, and that would certainly rhyme with discombobulated.

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    Katsuro Premium Member 4 months ago

    “Miss, come sob ‘you ate’.” Granted, it’s rare that you want a weeping woman to tell somebody that they have eaten. And naturally, it’s not one word, but five of them.

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    hofus1000  4 months ago

    I don’t get it. What’s the joke? I came to the comments hoping someone had said, but it’s just people coming up with words that rhyme with “combobulate”. Did you all get the joke?

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    vanaals  4 months ago

    Disco computate.

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    Mopman  4 months ago

    Hmm. I’m missing something. Why would he lure tons of customers just for rhymes with one word?

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    Ermine Notyours  4 months ago

    “Copulate,” as in the sentence: “I called 911 an hour ago. Cop, you late!”

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    clayface9 Premium Member 4 months ago

    Why does this guy need a rhyme for “discombobulate”?

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