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  1. 4 days ago on Last Kiss

    They probably stayed married a long long time. Not because they loved or even liked each other, but because for a long time the laws limited just what a woman on her own could do, even as late at the early 1960s

  2. 8 days ago on Last Kiss

    That’s because the female body is more attractive. it’s more streamlined, without assorted dangly bits that are necessary but not particularly esthetically pleasing. Of course, if you believe the Bible, it was designed second and therefore a lot of the mistakes were corrected.

  3. 9 days ago on Last Kiss

    Fortunately, there are ways to do everything we might want to do without being naked.

  4. 10 days ago on Get Fuzzy

    “Blue Monday” was definitely worth a Crisse du calice from Expos fans, including me. Worse even than the day that they moved the team to Washington.

  5. 14 days ago on Get Fuzzy

    I’m sorry, I wasn’t clear, and when I read it just now it wasn’t clear: most Quebecois families were originally from Normandy and to a lesser extent from Brittany. The invasion may not have been a homecoming, it was a bit of a return to their roots. While it’s not entirely correct to say that the French spoken in Quebec is similar to the dialect spoken in Normandy in the 18th century, suffice it to say that it is also not French as spoken in modern Paris either.

  6. 14 days ago on Get Fuzzy

    “Tabourette” is a mild Quebecois swear word, related to the more profane “tabernac”. Sort of like “darn” is to “d**n”, except that “tabernac” is stronger than “d**n” which in French is “maudit”. Quebecois French uses a lot of religious words like “tabernac” as swear words to avoid censure from the priests. During the invasion of Normandy (which was the origin of most Quebecois families) French Canadian troops were sometimes referred to as the “regiment of priests” for using these religious words, most of which are swears on the level of a certain word that starts with “f”, or stronger. “Tabourette” is one of the few you can use in a newspaper.

  7. 18 days ago on Last Kiss

    Personally, I prefer “Strip Rock-Paper-Scissors.” It accomplishes the same goal but faster. Just make sure you don’t play “Rock-Paper-Scissors-Lizard-Spock” especially with nerds.

  8. 20 days ago on Pickles

    No, he’s absolutely right. Charles Schulz used that technique when he introduced Franklin in “Peanuts”. In earlier times – as late as the early 1940s – Black characters had simply been drawn entirely using black ink, at least in comedy strips, very much in the style of blackface comedians.

  9. 25 days ago on Last Kiss

    Go with “Sex Kitten”. If you go with “P**n Star” you’re probably going to have to demonstrate your “talent” at some point. With “Sex Kitten” you can just tease.

  10. 27 days ago on Last Kiss

    Ah, but think of all the extra-marital sex, make-up sex, angry sex, (and after the divorce) ex-sex you can have.