I mentioned sea monkeys years ago and the guy who created them sent me the shirt and a full sea monkey kit. He was a really nice fellow. I forgot all about the shirt until Frau G came across it whie she was downsizing.
I’m envious! Speaking of t-shirts, weren’t there supposed to be some left-over Ernie shirts somewhere?
Sorry, no XLs. There are a couple little kiddie sizes and an L or two.
As a matter of fact, Frau G has been downsizing, and she found some items, not many. There are some t-shirts of different patterns, some piranha neckties and some other things. She said she’ll do an inventory, and I’ll tell you later.
As a matter of fact, Frau G just came across some old items, not many, including T-shirts in various patterns. They were made for specific events years ago. There are other items as well – piranha neckties, underpants, even bed sheets. They were mostly made in Sweden. Frau says she’ll do an inventory and then I’ll tell you what we have. On Friday I gave our housekeeper a shirt, and last week I gave Banana Bob a couple.
I would like to compliment Bud on the extraordinary details and creativity in each panel of today’s strip.
I agree. For me, funny though the stories are, it’s the details in the writing and drawing that give me the most enjoyment. Like a cake: the cake on its own is good, but the icing and decorations are what make it special. And since you’re wearing a sea monkeys shirt, Bud, why don’t you post the story in which Arnold gets sea monkeys?
OK, I’ll try to remember. I have post-it notes stuck all over my computer.
Yes, and thank you!
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