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I love comics, and I still have a collection of comics I’d cut out and saved as a kid. Nowadays, I mostly have the digital images of my favorites saved on either my computer or phone. And yeah, I actually do print some out, from time to time. 😀
I’d tack them up on my bedroom wall, and for a time I even kept a book where I’d cut out an paste in my favorite strip from each day. I aspire to be as funny as some of my favorite comics were, and one day I hope to get out of the litter box!
One can dream.
I’m with Quirky Girl on this one. I was & am the same way.
I’m glad cutting out comics wasn’t something that was unique to me!
My mom had the comics section waiting for me every morning with my bowl of cereal.
How sweet! I always had to find them myself…. that and the Sports page.
Yeah, I was spoiled. lol
Actually, I would put you on my fridge. i already have you on our tee shirts. I LOVE your comics! Really. Love. Them. 😀
I am humbled and grateful to have fans, even if it is just a few people and thousands of spambots who follow my blog! After a childhood of reading my favorite comics, I always hoped to be able to do better….. well, I certainly think I’m more messed up than the classics
I have a dmall buster cut out on my desk … as a reminder to think twice before I end like he often ends LOL… btw: be careful with the litter, don’t mess up the chilleeh in that bowl :o)
A Buster reminder would be good for a lot of people! And yes, beware of crunchy chileh!
Ha ha “icebox”. Oh wait, you explained that to me before… 🙂
And that’s probably the only reason I used it in this comic. Otherwise, I’d have gone with the more boring “fridge”…
Who wants a fridge when you can have an icebox?
There is something satisfying in holding a paper version of something. Oops, guess that dates me, doesn’t it? 😁
Paper versions of things are always nice! Especially when the internet connection goes down…
I print them off and then cut them out. And then I tape them to my boss’ door . I know it’s passive-aggressive. He leaves them taped there. Checkmate!
As long as you don’t have to explain them to him, you win….
I too was a “cut out the comics to save” girl……and it was always the first thing I went for in the big Sunday paper (back when the Sunday paper WAS big). Also remember waiting for the new issue of several fave comics to come out every month like the old “Archie” and “Little Lulu” (I don’t mind admitting to being older than dirt!). I always look forward to the latest chapter in the lives of those who populate the Squirrels Nest too. Call me crazy…..go ahead…..I don’t mind!
I noticed the other day at work that Archie is still around…. and Betty and Veronica still look pretty good for their age which oughta be, what, about 70 by now? I remember those big Sunday papers that even the dog couldn’t fit in its mouth to bring inside….
I don’t remember reading comics as a kid. Maybe the Hilly Billy Herald didn’t have them.
The end of this one makes me wish I could trade my cats on on a Pigladillo. He’s so cute and he’s actually using his box, something that cats must consider optional once they reach a certain age!
When I was a kid, we had two newspapers in town, so I was exposed to almost every comic strip that was big in the 80’s. The Hill Billy Herald sounds like the kind of newspaper that would consider comics to be the devil’s work!
My dad probably did consider them the devil’s work!