Pickles by Brian Crane for February 26, 2010

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    Llewellenbruce  about 14 years ago

    It must be a Saturday for Nelson. No school.

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    Templo S.U.D.  about 14 years ago

    What does “combobulated” mean? That’s a new word for me. And a big one too I might add.

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    johnnydoc5  about 14 years ago

    There is lots of nothing to be done, so you’d best be cracking.

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    Mad-ge Dish Soap  about 14 years ago

    Pre-mediated goals in place. Direction and action is needed. Be specific. Try to reach them if none the less.

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    tennesseean  about 14 years ago

    If you are combobulated, you are not confused about your goals, all is in order. Discombobulated on the other hand is stressful confusion. (what no one has ever used that word before?) An old man and his grandson are sitting on the steps, what specificity or direction is needed? They are sharing a moment. End of story.

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    baggybut  about 14 years ago

    Some more of Earl’s wisdom. :D LOL

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    GROG Premium Member about 14 years ago

    I’m certain that Earl wants to do nothing today, but does Nelson? I’m sure he wants to do something as long as it’s fun.

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    carmy  about 14 years ago

    Sounds like a fun day for them today.

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    joanne13  about 14 years ago

    Never heard of dicombobulated? Been there all my life and i’m 75!

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    joanne13  about 14 years ago

    ps, didn’t know there was a combobulated.

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    jtviper7  about 14 years ago

    After retirement were all mixed up. ( discombobulated )…

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    pschearer Premium Member about 14 years ago

    They are combo-bulated, not to be confused with mono-bulated.

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    Wildmustang1262  about 14 years ago

    “Combobulated” IS NOT in the merriam-webster dictionary online via the Internet.

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    marvee  about 14 years ago

    Earl gives great advice and models it too. Now they are combobulated and also couth.

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    1148559  about 14 years ago

    Lovely thing about the English language… it is always evolving. New words appear and old words change meanings or vanish.

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    Mythreesons  about 14 years ago

    Hey Tenneseean. My parents came from there years and years ago, and I knew exactly what discombobulated meant. Unfortunately, I’ve reached a stage in life where I feel discombobulated much of the time. Where are my keys? What did I come in this room for? Why am I looking in the refrigerator? What am I supposed to do today? I know it was something.

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    coolisme23  about 14 years ago

    im eating pop and drinking pizza!

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    coolisme23  about 14 years ago

    i just thoght i should share that with you guys!!

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    NoBrandName  about 14 years ago

    coolisme23, welcome. You should fit in well with Joe. XD

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    JanLC  about 14 years ago

    Mythreesons: Welcome to the club. I wish I could say it gets better.

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