I think it’s a pretty good joke, but I may be dad-adjacent.
I’d go to Paris. But from there I’d take the Orient Express to Istanbul via Vienna and Budapest. Romance en luxe. $25,000 should cover it, I think!
Yes, a clever panel by Lynn!
Really? I think he’d draw a young Jovian Trump, a smugly handsome giant with a purple toga and thunderbolts, crowned with laurels.
I don’t think sarcasm counts! And the confusing thing about English is that sometimes a double negative is used to intensify the negative, especially in colloquial speech or dialect. Tone and emphasis can make a lot of difference. I do pity poor foreigners who have to learn English!
Shameless, Messrs. Steel!
Not a bad idea. He could use it to train himself as a cleaner, with advice from Flo, and practice by volunteering to clean for the old people. He’d build a reputation, get recommendations, and gradually be able to make money at it. If he wasn’t Jack.
Someone’s a slow reader! Or maybe an already super-fast cleaner. Treggie should hang on to it, though.
There’s an oven in the house, doofus!
You’ve lost me completely. I think you must have misunderstood me somehow.