To boot, jam and jelly jars, properly washed, mke great containers for, well, anything.
Mind the bottle in the back, the nurse told me to fill ‘er up. Wouldn’t care to disappoint.
Oh, and they make great candle holders as well, just punch a few small holes in the lid.
For more home decorating tips, consult your local hippie. See you at the Tops. (Not you, hippie)
Don’t worry about the comic not showing up in the RSS feed – I think it’s fine that people click the RSS feed link to come to your page so you get ad revenue. I don’t mind doing that at all.
I certainly agree with this. For me it is plenty to have the post in RSS so I know to look (I forget otherwise.)
That said, I can only imagine how many self-entitled complaints she’d be getting without the notice. For that matter, the amount she probably IS getting even WITH the notice.
The man’s expression in the last panel is fantastic! 😀
For hot drinks I prefer something with a handle. And I believe your implied advice to never put a lid on it and take it on public transit is quite sound. And I can tell you my own story about “fill ‘her up.” That’s queued for a future comic.
I see drinking from a mason jar has suddenly become “trendy” who would have thought that after 30 years I’d be “trendy”.
This whole “society” thing is a trainwreck. Patches aren’t cutting it anymore, I’m gonna talk to the devs, see if we can get an overhaul approved, clean up this mess.
As some one who lives and works on a farm in a rural area, I am always puzzled by the use of “rustic”… I’m never sure what it is supposed to mean or represent. We don’t drink out of jars, that’s for sure (we’ve had cups for a few years now).
Great comic, one of my favourites.
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