Pickles by Brian Crane for January 08, 2022

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    sirbadger  11 months ago

    Ask Nelson to pull your finger. Is rolling out sideways an option?

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    Concretionist  11 months ago

    If my dad, who had a back as flexible as a 2×4 could get in and out, then Earl can.

    PSA: If you’re somehow disabled and stuck near the floor, you roll onto your knees and crawl to a “ladder” such as a chair or non-moving cabinet and pull yourself up. If that’s not possible, then get to your phone and call for help.

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    AlondraRachellaLabute  11 months ago

    Muffin sits back and watches in glee. I knew it! Once he removes his old carcass from the chair, it’s mine! All mine!

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    Храм С.О.Д. (Templo S.U.D. ucraniano)  11 months ago

    Boy, was I right a few days ago.

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    MichaelAxelFleming  11 months ago

    What’s that? Timmy fell into a well?!?

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    SWCarter  11 months ago

    If my dog saw me stuck in a beanbag chair like that, she’d probably jump in my lap and take a nap.

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    juicebruce  11 months ago

    True that Roscoe , Lassie had long hair ;-)

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    Sanspareil  11 months ago

    Lame!!

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    pcolli  11 months ago

    “If you’d fallen down the well….”

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    iggyman  11 months ago

    Roscoe, bad boy!

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    Doug K  11 months ago

    Though it may present some other problems/challenges, Earl should be able to roll out of it

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    GovernorOfCalisota {LoveBozobyFoxo} Premium Member 11 months ago

    Roll, Earl, roll for your life… no, “for your pride!”. Do it before Opal sees you stuck and says “I told you”. :D

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    Ubintold  11 months ago

    Didn’t come with a warning label.

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    jagedlo  11 months ago

    Maybe it was better for you that no one was home…can you imagine Opal standing over you telling you “I told you so”?

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    Lomax9er7  11 months ago

    And how many people had to look up Lassie? :)

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    basspro  11 months ago

    I’m surprised that the dog isn’t licking his nuts, if it was me that’s what I would be doing.

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    monya_43  11 months ago

    Roscoe doesn’t see a problem. His problem right now is an itchy ear and he’s taking care of that.

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    mywifeslover  11 months ago

    Reminds me of the videos where old or over weight guys are trying to exit out of a cool sports car.

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    Saddenedby Premium Member 11 months ago

    reminds me of my mother-in-law and her friend who stayed with the children and slept in our waterbed ONE night. it took them 15 minutes to figure out how to get out of the waterbed. mostly I think because they were laughing so hard. – at least that’s what they told us when we came back home.

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    philwinn  11 months ago

    Funny

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    Snolep  11 months ago

    In N.H. two days ago a dog, Tinsley, went for help and saved his owner and friend who had been thrown from the car in a crash and were lying in the snow, becoming hypothermic. Roscoe is no Tinsley! https://www.nytimes.com/2022/01/06/us/dog-tinsley-rescues-owner.html

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    Zebrastripes  11 months ago

    It’s not worth a hill of beans…

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    brick10  11 months ago

    Get out now, before you feel the need to take a leak. Then you’ll have real problems.

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    Bill The Nuke  11 months ago

    Who didn’t see this coming?

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    nancywilson51  11 months ago

    I think we all saw this one coming.

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    morningglory61 Premium Member 11 months ago

    He’ll have to roll over on his side, get on his hands and knees then slowly rise up.

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    Linguist  11 months ago

    There is no way a man of Earl’s age – or mine, for that matter – can extricate himself from that beanbag chair and stand up without sacrificing his dignity!

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    MuddyUSA  Premium Member 11 months ago

    Roscoe thoughts…I saw the cat flying through the air.

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    mistercatworks  11 months ago

    Wiggle one hip. You will sink lower on that side until you can roll over.

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    cactusbob333  11 months ago

    No, and he’s not Timmy.

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    w16521  11 months ago

    Earl is consumed by the blob, and Roscoe has an attitude.

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    Redd Panda  11 months ago

    ‘’Roscoe, go across the road and get Mr. Johnson. Hurry boy’’

    Looking at the old shows, they sure were corny. Timmy had a knack for finding uncovered wells and tumbling off cliffs. Kid was a disaster, looking for a place to happen.

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    kathleenhicks62  11 months ago

    Earl just roll over and crawl out on all fours.

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    hk Premium Member 11 months ago

    Roll over, scoot down till your knees hit the floor and stand up.

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    kab2rb  11 months ago

    Knew it, and Roscoe not interested. Earl do some rolling over.

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    Moonkey Premium Member 11 months ago

    He should just continue his nap until Opal shows up. She will fix it somehow.

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    zeexenon  11 months ago

    The ‘roll’ part of “Stop, Drop and Roll” comes to mind. (Too bad Hollywood doesn’t know that.)

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    donwestonmysteries  11 months ago

    Most of is figured this to be the result. Now the only question is, how will his wife react? Not with empathy, I reckon.

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    ArtisticArtemis  11 months ago

    I didn’t care for beanbag chairs in my 20s for this exact same reason. There’s no real support for sitting in one of ‘em.

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    mwksix  11 months ago

    Bark! Bark! Earl’s in the well! Bark Bark!

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    christelisbetty  11 months ago

    #1, I wouldn’t be dumb enough to get in the chair in the first place.

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    queenoftut  11 months ago

    That would be me!! I have a hard time getting up from the floor when I have to sit there to do something. A bean bag would be practically impossible since there is no solid surface to help me push up!

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    ANIMAL  11 months ago

    Gotta ROLL off…… it’s your only chance at this point..!!!

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    Happy, happy, happy!!! Premium Member 11 months ago

    Now hop up on his belly and take a nap.

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    David Huie Green LosersBlameOthers&It'sYOURfault  11 months ago

    “Far from it.”

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    sheashea  11 months ago

    Roll over useless. That’s how we all got out of them in the 60’s when we couldn’t get up because of a little too much imbibing.

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    BWR  11 months ago

    I had a beanbag that was about that size. 17’ around. It got too hard to get in & out of it, and after as long as I’d had it, it was kinda rank.

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