The Buckets by Greg Cravens for July 06, 2022

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    whahoppened  almost 2 years ago

    NO statement will be believed now.

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    fredd13  almost 2 years ago

    My wife knows she’ll gets my honest, considered opinion. As diplomatically as necessary, but still. We’ve been going for quite a while now, so clearly it’s not a totally disasterous approach.

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    saylorgirl  almost 2 years ago

    My husband always gives me his honest opinion. He likes my hair long or short.

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    Doctor Toon  almost 2 years ago

    I love looking at my wife

    I do like her hair the way it is, but even if she changes it I will still enjoy looking at her

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  5. Whatever  almost 2 years ago

    Now there’s an impressive amount of negatives. Needs some “never”, “ain’t”, “no”, and “else” to reach professional lawyer level, though.

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    Brent Rosenthal Premium Member almost 2 years ago

    A septuplets negative. Impressive

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    gregcartoon Premium Member almost 2 years ago

    I have opinions about my wife’s hair. No opinions worth taking a stand or making a stink over. It’s not MY hair, and I don’t have to spend time working on it every morning. The most blunt I’ve ever been is when I said I really didn’t like it short. I said that ‘cause I really, really didn’t like it short. That being said, she will one day, I bet, say that she’s sick of dealing with long hair and she’ll cut it short again. And I won’t take a stand, nor make a stink. That’d be selfish and rude of me, wouldn’t it?

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    ChessPirate  almost 2 years ago

    Bernadette Rostenkowski : Well?

    Howard Wolowitz : Okay, fine. I did say that, and I think it’s true. I think if we work together and live together, we’d get sick of each other.

    Sheldon Cooper : Yeah, but to be fair, he only said the part about him getting sick of you.

    Howard Wolowitz : [angrily, to Sheldon] For the love of God, why?

    Bernadette Rostenkowski : What exactly do you think you’d get sick of?

    Raj Koothrappali : [speaking quietly to Leonard] His only options here are to fake a heart attack or have a real one.

    Howard Wolowitz : It’s nothing in particular. I…

    Bernadette Rostenkowski : Is it my voice? Am I too bossy?

    Howard Wolowitz : [he rubs his right arm] My arm is feeling numb.

    Leonard Hofstadter : [to Raj] Nailed it.

    Bernadette Rostenkowski : That’s the wrong arm for a heart attack, Doofus.

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    nul bit Premium Member almost 2 years ago

    It’s a trap!

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    nul bit Premium Member almost 2 years ago

    ‘Knowing where the trap is—that’s the first step in evading it.’ – Frank Herbert’s Dune

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    Ren Rodee  almost 2 years ago

    Next he’s going to run for the state senate.

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    cuzinron47  almost 2 years ago

    Trip, stumble, and fall all over that tongue, did you?

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    InquireWithin  almost 2 years ago

    Just be thankful you have hair

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    Troy  almost 2 years ago

    A very wise man indeed. It’s still not going to keep him out of trouble. It’s a lose-lose situation.

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    paullp Premium Member almost 2 years ago

    After panel 2, he should have just walked away and left her to figure out the meaning of his answer — which essentially comes down to, “I don’t want to answer that question.”

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    Alverant  almost 2 years ago

    You’re a cartoon character. Change it and the internet will be whining that the old way is better. Then it will become political somehow.

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