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Speed Bump by Dave Coverly

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4d28; Keep your best friend close but the squirrels closer.; Bliss by Harry Bliss 4d29; Well! The lazy susan was certainly a delightful addition!; Strange Brew by John Deering 4d30; This was definitely no amateur job. They only took the most expensive cuts.; Rubes by Leigh Rubin 5d1; I'm sorry, but once again that's not in the form of a question.; The Argyle Sweater by Scott Hilburn 5d2; Barry's friends and co-workers at the morgue give him the mother of all surprise parties.; Close to Home by John McPherson 5d3; He's never late for meals. Meals are late for him!; Marmaduke by Brad Anderson 5d4; Hey, I like a juicy fly as much as the next guy, Doug. I just worry about where they've been.; Birdbrains by Thom Bluemel 5d5; You really can be quite striking at times.; Brevity by Dan Thompson 5d6; This doesn't seem to be working correctly.; Moderately Confused by Jeff Stahler 5d7; Don't worry, I don't charge my patients during the play-offs.; Farcus by David Waisglass and Gordon Coulthart 5d8; But seriously... you, in the blue, laugh harder.; Bliss by Harry Bliss 5d9; You know, there is an easier way.; Speed Bump by Dave Coverly 5d10; The key to meditation is learning to stay.; Half Full by Maria Scrivan 5d11; Dang. It's covered with bark again. We should probably stop ordering over the phone.; Loose Parts by Dave Blazek 5d12; I'll go out on a limb here and guess you won't want any texting plan.; Strange Brew by John Deering 5d13; I told you - anything but "Cheese." It ruins every picture; The Argyle Sweater by Scott Hilburn 5d14; Sure, Alberk, it's big enough... it's just so dated.; Birdbrains by Thom Bluemel 5d15; I already know the answer, but as a courtesy, I have to ask. Are you going to finish those fries?; Rubes by Leigh Rubin 5d16; So, what you're saying is, you stapled your hand to the safety report.; Farcus by David Waisglass and Gordon Coulthart 5d17; I used to fetch his newspaper. Now I just forward articles I know he'll agree with.; Speed Bump by Dave Coverly 5d18; Hmmm, I finished off the Green Goblin, but my Spidey sense is still tingling.; Bliss by Harry Bliss 5d19; This is the new Ford Tortoise. No matter how fast you drive, it sends a subliminal message to state troopers that you're going slowly.; Close to Home by John McPherson 5d20; The most exciting action of that game was getting Marmaduke off the field.; Marmaduke by Brad Anderson 5d21; Hey, those guys keep texting us. Go see what they want.; Loose Parts by Dave Blazek 5d22; So, you use the dog's name as your password?; Off the Mark by Mark Parisi 5d23; I liked "Jaws" too, Phil - but it's impossible to sneak up on people when you do that.; The Argyle Sweater by Scott Hilburn 5d24; No, seriously, how do we know he's just sleeping if we don't take a bite?; Birdbrains by Thom Bluemel 5d25; He's a good white. He's not really what I'd call a great white.; Strange Brew by John Deering 5d26; All right, now on the touch screen, hit "Menu," then "Doors," then "Unlock."; Speed Bump by Dave Coverly 5d27; How much more do you want it cooked?; Farcus by David Waisglass and Gordon Coulthart 5d28; You have to train them before they train you.; Half Full by Maria Scrivan 5d29; Wait, wait, game off... just... just give me a minute to catch my breath.; Bliss by Harry Bliss 5d30; Yes, but you'll be eating them with a different mouth than I do.; Bizarro by Dan Piraro 5d31; I don't think the new electric fence is engendering the fear we intended.; Loose Parts by Dave Blazek 5d26; All right, now on the touch screen, hit "Menu," then "Doors," then "Unlock."; Speed Bump by Dave Coverly 5d27; How much more do you want it cooked?; Farcus by David Waisglass and Gordon Coulthart 5d28; You have to train them before they train you.; Half Full by Maria Scrivan 5d29; Wait, wait, game off... just... just give me a minute to catch my breath.; Bliss by Harry Bliss 5d30; Yes, but you'll be eating them with a different mouth than I do.; Bizarro by Dan Piraro 5d31; I don't think the new electric fence is engendering the fear we intended.; Loose Parts by Dave Blazek6d1; Oh, did I forget to say "Clear"?; Off the Mark by Mark Parisi 6d1; Oh, did I forget to say "Clear"?; Off the Mark by Mark Parisi 6d2; Mommy, which would be worse - if my cap blew away, or if I just forgot where I put it?; Family Circus by Bil and Jeff Keane 6d3; You feed him, Gorak. I'm really more of a dog person!; Birdbrains by Thom Bluemel 6d4; Wait, take one with my phone, too!; Speed Bump by Dave Coverly 6d5; Has it been seven years? Seems like just yesterday.; The Argyle Sweater by Scott Hilburn 6d6; My dad said to listen to my conscience. My conscience says, 'Go for it!'; Dennis the Menace by Hank Ketcham 6d7; I'm Justin, your waiter, and you'll be trying to get my attention for the rest of the evening.; Farcus by David Waisglass and Gordon Coulthart 6d8; It was awfully nice of the cat to buy these drinks for us.; Half Full by Maria Scrivan 6d9; I wonder if they're gonna build ME one when I die?; Brevity by Dan Thompson 6d10; Once a year, Uncle Karl would entertain the kids with his classic large intestine impression.; Loose Parts by Dave Blazek 6d11; True, it isn't 'rocket science,' Ted. But it's still really difficult.; Bliss by Harry Bliss 6d12; Don't pay any attention to him... his social networking relies on his sense of smell.; Marmaduke by Brad Anderson 6d13; Sure, it was a long hike, Conway, but you gotta admit, he IS a wise cracker.; Birdbrains by Thom Bluemel 6d14; Sir, we have reason to believe that our adversaries actually have no weapons whatsoever.; The Argyle Sweater by Scott Hilburn 6d15; I'm not sure what they're doing, but they haven't moved in hours.; Speed Bump by Dave Coverly 6d16; Do you take a lot of selfies?; Bizarro by Dan Piraro 6d17; But you told me to behave... you didn't say how!; Dennis the Menace by Hank Ketcham 6d18; Oh, heavens, this little hat makes me look ridiculous.; Brevity by Dan Thompson 6d19; I looked at that couch online weeks ago and it's been following me ever since!; Half Full by Maria Scrivan 6d20; It took 36 years to drag this over here, and now you say I got the wrong one?!; Farcus by David Waisglass and Gordon Coulthart 6d21; I never should have left the circus.; Brevity by Dan Thompson 6d22; I guess laughter wasn't the best medicine.; Bliss by Harry Bliss 6d23; Play whatever you want. I'll just follow.; Loose Parts by Dave Blazek 6d24; It's time we face reality, my friends... We're not exactly rocket scientists.; The Far Side by Gary Larson 6d25; OK, if she acts like she wants out again, she wants out again!; Strange Brew by John Deering 6d26; Seriously? This is the best picture you have of yourself?; Bizarro by Dan Piraro 6d27; Come to think of it, Dan, it's been six rounds, and I have yet to see a single punch thrown.; Chuckle Bros. by Brian and Ron Boychuk 6d28; What are you wearing?! That's it! You're not going out until you're 17!; Off the Mark by Mark Parisi 6d29; Just one more episode, then I hibernate.; Half Full by Maria Scrivan 6d30; You know there was a time there about 40,000 years ago, when we could have completely wiped them out if we had put our minds to it.; Brevity by Dan Thompson 7d1; And this is why I hate following our flight path on the little screen on the back of the seat.; Loose Parts by Dave Blazek 7d2; Say... what's a mountain goat doing way up here in a cloud bank?; The Far Side by Gary Larson 7d3; I find doing actual work helps to pass the time.; Bliss by Harry Bliss 7d4; What've I said about playing with your food?; Bizarro by Dan Piraro 7d5; Don't laugh when they talk. It's shift change at the helium bottling plant.; Strange Brew by John Deering 7d6; Please, Mr. Coffee was my father's name. Call me Chad.; Brevity by Dan Thompson 7d7; I don't care if you were a blogger. Just mark the days like the rest of us.; Speed Bump by Dave Coverly 7d8; I really don't understand the point of this stylus...; Off the Mark by Mark Parisi 7d9; Where can I find the nearest treat?; Half Full by Maria Scrivan 7d10; Help me get it into the tartar sauce!; Brevity by Dan Thompson 7d11; I've seen this before. He tried to remember his 100th different password.; Loose Parts by Dave Blazek 7d12; Suddenly, Bobby felt very alone in the world.; The Far Side by Gary Larson 7d13; How about you? Were you 'locally raised'?; Bliss by Harry Bliss 7d14; I wish you had come to me sooner.; Bizarro by Dan Piraro 7d15; Okay... What the heck IS this thing, and who threw it??; Strange Brew by John Deering 7d16; I. Am. So. Embarrassed! How long have I been sitting across from him with that stuck in my teeth?; The Argyle Sweater by Scott Hilburn 7d17; Wow, you really straightened up the place while I was gone.; Speed Bump by Dave Coverly 7d18; Have you seen the one where the cats won't let the dogs pass? Hilarious!; Half Full by Maria Scrivan 7d19; I'm not gonna lie to you... They all seem geometrically identical to me.; Brevity by Dan Thompson 7d20; Don't be uncouth. The cheese is there as a holder.; Loose Parts by Dave Blazek 7d21; And now Edgar's gone.... Something's going on around here.; The Far Side by Gary Larson 7d22; After the cow's stellar performance, the high jump was quietly retired from all future track and field competitions.; Rubes by Leigh Rubin 7d23; Oh, those aren't MY diplomas - they're my medical malpractice attorney's.; Bliss by Harry Bliss 7d24; No, you misunderstood me. I said I could use acupuncture needles to SIMULATE hair growth, not STIMULATE hair growth.; Close to Home by John McPherson 7d25; We GOTTA figure out how to shut this thing off.; Strange Brew by John Deering 7d26; Yes, I know we're hyenas - but sometimes I just don't feel like laughing, Kate.; The Argyle Sweater by Scott Hilburn 7d27; When the huffing and puffing didn't work, I talked him into a low interest subprime mortgage.; Speed Bump by Dave Coverly 7d28; Did you find everything okay?; Half Full by Maria Scrivan 7d29; Are you guys still watching the tapestry? Why don't you go outside, it's such a nice day!; Brevity by Dan Thompson 7d30; ...and it says this unique predator has unusual markings designed to deceive its prey.; Loose Parts by Dave Blazek 7d31; Class, you're completely ignoring me! Nice work!; Off the Mark by Mark Parisi 8d1; Do you remember anything else after you heard the word 'timber'?; Farcus by David Waisglass and Gordon Coulthart 8d2; Ha, ha. I'm just messing with you. Ha, ha. Don't bless all our reps in Congress.; Bliss by Harry Bliss 8d3; We've found that Mr. Boppy Head is much more effective than the $10,000 stress management program we did last year.; Close to Home by John McPherson 8d4; I know it sounds crazy, but I think we could increase our ratings if they wore their underwear on the OUTSIDE of their costumes.; Chuckle Bros. by Brian and Ron Boychuk 8d5; So... Why are my clothes invisible, too?; Strange Brew by John Deering 8d6; I know we're migratory birds, Harold... But do we really have to do this EVERY spring and fall?; The Argyle Sweater by Scott Hilburn 8d7; I have my top 100 books. All I need is an outlet.; Half Full by Maria Scrivan 8d8; Whoa, you're right! I didn't know we even SOLD dragon insurance.; Speed Bump by Dave Coverly 8d9; The figures show your site had an average viewership of one person a month.; Loose Parts by Dave Blazek 8d10; My only advice, Mr. Gumby, is that you should try to use the right side of your brain a bit more...; Off the Mark by Mark Parisi 8d11; Maybe Noah just thinks we're an extra special species.; Birdbrains by Thom Bluemel 8d12; Sit! Heel! Stay! Give me the darn ball!!; Bliss by Harry Bliss 8d13; What do you say next year we have some non-cheetah races?; Brevity by Dan Thompson 8d14; How many times do I have to tell you NOT to play with your food?!; Committed by Michael Fry 8d15; I don't know what it is, but they keep cleaning it.; Strange Brew by John Deering