Seagull’s legs crack me up.
Seagull: “Wallace, Spud means that that’s a hard ‘yes’.”
My, Spud, isn’t your family so luxurious.
Okay, then can seagull come overrr?
Two words, Wallace – shade, ocean. Get into both.
Spud, that’s incredibly unhealthy. Stop!
Got a chuckle from Spud wearing a stocking cap, while sitting by the AC.
Do you crank the AC up or down when you want it cooler..?
A friend has the house at 80F in the winter and 65F in the summer!
You cannot hear sweat over the phone, but I have it on good authority that you can smell it over the phone.
Spud forgot to mention: “…bowl of soup while playing Minecraft on my slightly old iMac.“ Wait a minute: Spud isn’t listening to some Motown tunes off his iMac speakers?
Love the use of blue in the middle cell implying just how cold Spud keeps his room!
Nothing beats a good window unit in the summertime.
Today will be the coldest day since April in Mid-Missouri
So, that’s a ‘no’?
Isn’t Wallace on a pier? How about “a dip in the water?”
Good grief, Spud, you must have that air conditioner maxed out if you’ve got it cold enough to think you might need another layer.
A ‘Window Shaker’ to the rescue for Spud! … But for Wallace??!! …. :)
Is that a yes or a no, overrr?…..
Proper radio procedure is, “Spud, this is Wallace.”
I work in a giant refrigerator and most days I feel like Spudder.
April 15, 2016