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  1. 8 months ago on Stone Soup Classics

    I read a study several years ago where researchers talked to couples who had been married more than 50 years. Most of the men were almost tearful, describing how wonderful their wives were, etc. Most of the women said something to the effect of “yeah, it’s been great.”

  2. 8 months ago on FoxTrot Classics

    So true. I think it would have never happened with a croc or a snake because he knew them and their habits and reactions so well. It wound up being an animal he had very little experience with. Sad.

  3. 8 months ago on Luann

    I love road trips, but I still stay in hotel rooms. My dream is to drive all over the US, but given my husband’s health issues I don’t see that happening.

  4. 8 months ago on Thatababy

    Well, since the comic is called “Thatababy,” I’m guessing never.

  5. 8 months ago on Cul de Sac

    A couple of weeks ago I was fortunate enough a couple to see the synchronous fireflies in the Great Smoky Mountains. It was magical.

  6. 8 months ago on Cathy Classics

    A lot of women spend WAAAAAAYYYYYY too much time “looking within.” And I’m a woman.

  7. 8 months ago on Freshly Squeezed

    No, she has things SHE wants to do and drag him along whether he is the least bit interested in them or not.

  8. 9 months ago on Luann

    Her slats are ALWAYS open.

  9. 9 months ago on Luann

    It’s short for “sugar.” And Kip is an idiot. Does he really want to live the rest of his life being tracked like some wild animal?

  10. 9 months ago on Baby Blues

    We grew up next door to our grandparents, who had a large farm. My grandmother would take care of Hammie post haste. You think you’re bored now? Try waking up to a literal mountain of corn that needed to be shucked and silked. Or a couple of bushels of green beans that needed to be strung and broken. Of course, now I wish I could relive that, but at the time I remember telling my grandmother I hated green beans and besides we could always buy some at the grocery store. She’d say what if the grocery stores didn’t have food, and I was incredulous. She raised 7 kids during the Great Depression. I did love going down into her cellar and seeing all the cans of food and the different colors—red beets, green beans, yellow corn, orange peaches. It was almost magical.