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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 8d16; Tiggles, you go out, you come in, you go out then in, over and over. What's behind this? Is this your way of exerting power over Jane?; Close to Home by John McPherson 8d17; C'mon guys. We'll never get this done if you don't stop running around!; Farcus by David Waisglass and Gordon Coulthart 8d18; The minister's a sub, so we're all going to sing the wrong hymn... Pass it on...; Speed Bump by Dave Coverly 8d19; No, they're just stacked. It doesn't mean that all but the bottom one get recyc... Oh never mind. Put them over there.; Loose Parts by Dave Blazek 8d20; He's turned into so much more than just a mouser...; Off the Mark by Mark Parisi 8d21; We know you can't read music, Duffy, but seriously, you must know you're howling in D-flat!; Birdbrains by Thom Bluemel 8d22; This is the kind of stuff that really makes me question Western medicine.; Close to Home by John McPherson 8d23; Harriet, you should really switch plans if they charge you for roaming. I mean, we're buffalo - that's what we do.; The Argyle Sweater by Scott Hilburn 8d24; All we need is one viral video and we're set.; Half Full by Maria Scrivan 8d25; It's a long way down here. Could you just email me when I have any mail?; Strange Brew by John Deering 8d26; All the demons chipped in to get Satan a gag gift for his birthday.; Brevity by Guy and Rodd 8d27; Sorry, I don't deal with people anymore.; Farcus by David Waisglass and Gordon Coulthart 8d28; I'm pretty sure there's a Starbucks on the other side of that big rock.; Bliss by Harry Bliss 8d29; OK, whose bright idea was it to do a direct marketing campaign via email?; Speed Bump by Dave Coverly 8d30; It's frustrating getting to enjoy all the different features and then the phone begins to act like a phone.; Compu-toon by Charles Boyce 8d31; Don't worry about the other kids making fun of your tiny arms, son... in another month you'll be eating them.; Birdbrains by Thom Bluemel 9d1; The groom is a cable guy and said he would be here sometime between 10 a.m. and 5 p.m.; Close to Home by John McPherson 9d2; No reason to hang your heads. We went out there and played our game. But in the end, the turnovers cost us, like they always do... Mostly cherry.; The Argyle Sweater by Scott Hilburn 9d3; So, what are you doing after this?; Half Full by Maria Scrivan 9d4; OK, if there's no new business, I move we adjourn and check under the table for crumbs.; Strange Brew by John Deering 9d5; We're downsizing the R&D department and replacing it with Google.; Bottomliners by Eric and Bill Teitelbaum 9d6; There's a wait... Everyone wants a window.; Off the Mark by Mark Parisi 9d7; Hey, kid, I think your flea collar has expired.; Farcus by David Waisglass and Gordon Coulthart 9d8; I guess there are some things we're not intended to understand.; Bliss by Harry Bliss 9d9d; Don't look now, J.T., but I think they're grooming the new guy to take your place...; Speed Bump by Dave Coverly 9d10; If you try and text while driving it blows up.; Compu-toon by Charles Boyce 9d11; Security's left the building? Then who's guarding this henhouse?!; Birdbrains by Thom Bluemel 9d12; Uh-uh-uhhh, Nurse Hathaway... SIMON didn't say, "Hand me the defibrillator."; The Argyle Sweater by Scott Hilburn 9d13; I keep my phone on me in case I need to avoid talking to someone.; Half Full by Maria Scrivan 9d14; Shakespeare would be OK, but I'd prefer they come up with a good research grant proposal.; Strange Brew by John Deering 9d15; I decided not to wear it in a pony tail.; Break of Day by Nate Fakes 9d16; The doctor said my salt intake was too high so I switched to lakes.; Off the Mark by Mark Parisi 9d17; My agent would like to discuss a signing bonus.; The Flying McCoys by Glenn and Gary McCoy 9d18; But I just figured out how to use the DVD player.; Bliss by Harry Bliss 9d19d; Why are you telling me all this? We don't need any more.; Cornered by Mike Baldwin 9d20; Maybe the free Wi-Fi wasn't such a good idea.; Speed Bump by Dave Coverly 9d21; Isn't it odd that we always get an elevator to ourselves.; Farcus by David Waisglass and Gordon Coulthart 9d22; I really don't think I need a GPS to find the school I'm going to. I can see the flagpole from here.; Compu-toon by Charles Boyce 9d23; That's it - your best skill is wishful thinking?; Birdbrains by Thom Bluemel 9d24; I know we're months behind schedule, sir, but it's the darndest thing - every time we complete a section, it disappears.; The Argyle Sweater by Scott Hilburn 9d25; Our bombers will drop 50,000 PlayStations and TVs on the insurgents, totally distracting them and thereby quelling the uprising.; Close to Home by John McPherson 9d26; Yeah, this tablet thing could be really big.; Strange Brew by John Deering 9d27; Last time I bit on one of these my identity got stolen.; Half Full by Maria Scrivan 9d28; Wait a minute... What am I doing? I can't count yet.; Break of Day by Nate Fakes 9d29d; You can always tell the portrait artists from the landscape artists...; Off the Mark by Mark Parisi 9d30; Here - it'll help our insanity plea if you slip this on before we go in.; The Flying McCoys by Glenn and Gary McCoy 10d1; They're born into captivity. It's all they know.; Cornered by Mike Baldwin 10d2; OK, so you got the worm. What are you going to do with the rest of your day?; Bliss by Harry Bliss 10d3; Sure, they take a little getting used to, but they're half the price.; Rubes by Leigh Rubin 10d4; Lansky, come settle an argument... Is this a black hole or a dark blue hole?; Speed Bump by Dave Coverly 10d5; Next time you do that, you're fired!; Farcus by David Waisglass and Gordon Coulthart 10d6; I am not going to bully you this year, but I might Photoshop you.; Compu-toon by Charles Boyce 10d7; You dropped it! Okay, move over. It's my turn!; The Argyle Sweater by Scott Hilburn 10d8; Gotta go now, Gilda. Time to get the little monsters in bed.; Strange Brew by John Deering 10d9; It looks like your choices are politician, mortgage broker or coffee table.; Half Full by Maria Scrivan 10d10; Man! Every time I try to enjoy a nice day on the beach, they push me back in!; Break of Day by Nate Fakes 10d11; And I'll keep raising the bar until someone invents a better business metaphor.; Cornered by Mike Baldwin 10d12; Can I turn off the game and set the table? Ha, ha! Oh, honey, you are hilarious!; Bliss by Harry Bliss 10d13; Yes, I'm well acquainted with the 'no biting the hand' rule. But show me where it says anything about the neck.; Rubes by Leigh Rubin 10d14; ...You know, this would be really good deep-fried.; Speed Bump by Dave Coverly 10d15; ...so we agree on salary cuts for everyone except the members of this committee.; Farcus by David Waisglass and Gordon Coulthart 10d16; The good news is it's reversible... the bad news it's even bigger on the other side.; Birdbrains by Thom Bluemel 10d17; I'll be ready in a minute. I'm still putting in my contact lenses.; The Argyle Sweater by Scott Hilburn 10d18; No. I'm sorry. Timmy can't talk right now.; The Flying McCoys by Glenn and Gary McCoy 10d19; See? It's the bad cholesterol you have to be afraid of.; Loose Parts by Dave Blazek 10d20; I'm beginning to think this is rigged!; Off the Mark by Mark Parisi 10d21; There's a lot of uncertainty out there these days. Or not. Who knows?; Cornered by Mike Baldwin 10d22; What did I come in here for again?; Half Full by Maria Scrivan 10d23; Son, it looks like our next cattle-driving lesson will be on braking under emergency situations.; Rubes by Leigh Rubin 10d24; It looks like wood, but it's actually vinyl siding.; Speed Bump by Dave Coverly 10d25; I think we can all agree that Larry wasn't a good fit.; Bliss by Harry Bliss 10d26; Today's film is on the gingerbread reproductive system. If I hear any giggling, I'll turn the projector off.; The Argyle Sweater by Scott Hilburn 10d27; You should treat yourself more often. But don't take my word for it, ask any good salesperson.; Cornered by Mike Baldwin 10d28; That's the first time anyone's asked to be set free as their last request.; The Flying McCoys by Glenn and Gary McCoy 10d29; There's nothing wrong with your new widescreen TV, but you might want to take those things off your heads.; Loose Parts by Dave Blazek 10d30; Check it out... I think I found Ursa Major.; Break of Day by Nate Fakes 10d31; Remember the time you made me laugh so hard, blood shot out of my nose?; Bliss by Harry Bliss 11d1; Cody, come to bed or you'll be at it all night!; Off the Mark by Mark Parisi 11d2; Oh great, I brought the wrong file.; Half Full by Maria Scrivan 11d3; Sorry, I didn't mean to fly off the handle like that.; Bizarro by Dan Piraro 11d4; ...and while I didn't notice what Jesus looked like, here is a description of the sandwich he was holding...; Inherit the Mirth by Cuyler Black 11d5; Before you two tee off, however, I must explain our playoff rules, as they differ somewhat from 'sudden death' rules in other golf tournaments.; In the Bleachers by Steve Moore 11d6; I can't explain now, but don't take your jacket off at work.; Herman by Jim Unger 11d7; Well, I didn't KNOW you had a coupon for woolly mammoth...; Speed Bump by Dave Coverly 11d8; Hey, THAT little piggy went to Disneyland.; Strange Brew by John Deering 11d9; Oh, I'm sorry! I thought you were someone else.; Break of Day by Nate Fakes 11d10; Why do I get the feeling we're going to regret this?; Bliss by Harry Bliss 11d11; It shouldn't take too long to track him down... Apparently, he has only escaped into a good book.; Rubes by Leigh Rubin 11d12; Just one more episode, then I hibernate.; Half Full by Maria Scrivan 11d13; Ribbon! Wrapping paper! A box to sit in! You guys are the best!; Bizarro by Dan Piraro 11d14; What are those? We heard you were bringing us ten condiments.; Inherit the Mirth by Cuyler Black 11d15; Yeah, it's stuck. You try the Heimlich and I'll go find another ball, just in case.; In the Bleachers by Steve Moore 11d16; I'd like to borrow just enough to get myself out of debt.; Herman by Jim Unger 11d17; Actually, Bob, we'd prefer it if you'd wear the sign on the outside of your clothes...; Speed Bump by Dave Coverly 11d18; Bad news, people. Nobody's buying our sales charts...; Strange Brew by John Deering 11d19; Well, it looks like another slow day.; Break of Day by Nate Fakes 11d20; With the benefit of hindsight, I'd say no, Ed, it wasn't 'funny' letting him steer the boat!; Bliss by Harry Bliss 11d21; Relax, the children are perfectly safe. I removed the legs... The kids don't know the difference.; Rubes by Leigh Rubin 11d22; You set the browser so it won't accept cookies? What were you thinking?!; Off the Mark by Mark Parisi 11d23; I'll never forget when he was itsy bitsy and got stuck in the water spout.; Bizarro by Dan Piraro 11d24; I now pronounce you husband and wife! You may update your Facebook status.; Inherit the Mirth by Cuyler Black 11d25; Something's different... Did you lose weight?; Half Full by Maria Scrivan 11d26; We'll take you off the vitamins for a couple of days.; Herman by Jim Unger 11d27; This waiting room is a powder keg.; Heathcliff by George Gately 11d28; I just regret all the people I stepped on on the way to the top.; Strange Brew by John Deering 11d29; Look, Bob! That rabbit retrieved your ball!!; In the Bleachers by Steve Moore 11d30; What's with all the cat links in your search history?!; Bliss by Harry Bliss 12d1; What is the big deal about leaping over tall buildings in a single bound? I can fly.; The Argyle Sweater by Scott Hilburn 12d2; Adam prepares for some deep sea snorkeling.; Off the Mark by Mark Parisi 12d3; So these space dudes were here yesterday offering to teach us to build these big pointy things, and we were like "whatever."; Bizarro by Dan Piraro 12d4; David, there's a Mrs. Goliath here to see you.; Inherit the Mirth by Cuyler Black 12d5; They told me it meant 'Warrior' but it turned out to be a link to Amazon.; Half Full by Maria Scrivan 12d6; How do you say, 'We came to your country to find our suitcases'?; Herman by Jim Unger 12d7; I don't know... he does seem to possess a sort of animal magnetism.; Strange Brew by John Deering 12d8; I hate to break it to you, but we can't GET any farther south for the winter.; Speed Bump by Dave Coverly 12d9; Do I have anything stuck in-between my tusks?; Break of Day by Nate Fakes 12d10; It's interesting, but I think we're better off where we are.; Bliss by Harry Bliss 12d11; How precious! Oh and look! She has your nose!; The Argyle Sweater by Scott Hilburn 12d12; Seems like everyone has a wireless connection but me.; Off the Mark by Mark Parisi 12d13; Okay, Superman, see if these make it clearer... WHOA. You're Clark Kent.; Bizarro by Dan Piraro 12d14; Oh good! They've got wireless!; Inherit the Mirth by Cuyler Black 12d15; Bill can't bear the thought of killing a mouse, so he rigged a way to fling them into the neighbor's yard.; Close to Home by John McPherson 12d16; Did you say, 'one coffee and a banana'?; Herman by Jim Unger 12d17; Dang... I guess having my sentence overturned wasn't such good news after all.; Speed Bump by Dave Coverly 12d18; When life gave him lemons, Douglas made lemonade...but this scenario had him stumped.; Off the Mark by Mark Parisi 12d19; You're only carrying ONE pollen? Man, you sure are lazy for a worker bee!; Break of Day by Nate Fakes 12d20; The end of my patience is near!; Bliss by Harry Bliss 12d21; It's no use Glenn... We're trapped like - well... like ourselves, I guess.; The Argyle Sweater by Scott Hilburn 12d22; Why do you always get to be the car?; Half Full by Maria Scrivan 12d23; I don't believe it! Someone's trying to commercialize this!; Inherit the Mirth by Cuyler Black 12d24; Hey, it's the night before Christmas. Nobody should be doing that. Not even you.; Loose Parts by Dave Blazek 12d25; Ian has second thoughts about giving his true love the three French hens.; Off the Mark by Mark Parisi 12d26; Actually, in your particular case, having a deathly fear of spiders is perfectly normal.; Rubes by Leigh Rubin 12d27; It is with mixed emotions that I accept my 9th lifetime achievement award.; Speed Bump by Dave Coverly 12d28; I say we bring in that big Oriental rug next.; Close to Home by John McPherson 12d29; I'm just not too sure about Jim's new jogging buddy.; Break of Day by Nate Fakes 12d30; From now on, if the ball goes anywhere near that thing, it's a ground-rule double.; In the Bleachers by Steve Moore 12d31; When you said "island," I imagined something different.; Half Full by Maria Scrivan 1d1; In general, I don't believe in child labor. But sometimes they're the only ones who can figure out what's wrong with my computer.; Bizarro by Dan Piraro 1d2; I thought I'd put in a little vegetable garden.; Herman by Jim Unger 1d3; I'm gonna need backup at 2311 Teakwood Ave. Send every rock you can find. And bring some tape! Hurry!; The Argyle Sweater by Scott Hilburn 1d4; I'm sorry, Frank. Come To Work as a Protozoa Day was moved to Thursday.; Loose Parts by Dave Blazek