The Buckets by Greg Cravens for November 19, 2023

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    catmom1360  8 months ago

    He has an inquiring mind.

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    Just-me  8 months ago

    She’ll never get all that styrofoam cleaned up.

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    brick10  8 months ago

    THOSE little pellets are like glitter, you’ll be finding them for years.

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    TinaSp  8 months ago

    He’s so cute

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    P51Strega  8 months ago

    He’s about to get some static from her.

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    david_42  8 months ago

    Reminds me of the time our doxie got up on the kitchen table, knocked a half-bushel bag of popped corn on the floor, then jumped down on it.

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    A Good Boy  8 months ago

    Oh my! That’s hilarious. Just snorted coffee out my nose. Good one, Greg

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    jfr Premium Member 8 months ago

    If static means holding still, why does static electricty make the styrofoam beads jump up and stick to me ?

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    cuzinron47  8 months ago

    Must have been made in China, no beans there.

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    car2ner  8 months ago

    those things are very tricky to clean up if the air is dry and static happens. Yes, been there, done that, never mind the t-shirt.

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    Mike Baldwin creator 8 months ago

    Hilarious, that’s exactly how they stick to you too!

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    tammyspeakslife Premium Member 8 months ago

    Before you clean up the styrofoam you need to take Eddie to the hospital and have his lungs checked. There’s a treatment for insoluble foreign objects, like styrofoam flakes and silica powder that, when breathed in, can cause respiratory issues and even death from pneumonia like symptoms which are much more severe to small children and especially infants. When inhaled the lungs may fill up with fluid in an effort to remove it but because it doesn’t break down it becomes a chronic health issue and infants lungs are too small to handle this.

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    ellisaana Premium Member 8 months ago

    Eddie opened Pandora’s beanbag.

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    Makapo  8 months ago

    Oh, been there, done that, some thirty-odd years ago at Grandma’s house…

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    wildlandwaters  8 months ago

    Funny…after all these decades, I’ve never seen what’s actually in those things! Hmmm…I wonder??

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