Day By Day

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  • Merle

    And the news is out! 🙂

  • JTC

    Not how she wants to announce the good news I’m sure, but not too bad for the people shown, and DT being on the list is funny…the noko fat kid not so much and a little disturbing that he’s in the tin man’s contacts.

    But. Zed getting notifed that he’s a new daddy again by text? Say it ain’t so Sam.

  • Deplorable B Woodman

    My ding-a-ling
    My ding-a-ling
    I want you to play with my ding-a-ling…….

  • I suppose that’s one way of doing it. Jeeves, you glorious bastard, we’ve read your book! Or something on that line…

  • John T. Block

    Damn toaster wasn’t shitting when he said “EVERYBODY!”, was he?

  • Bill M

    That’s what that ding was that woke me up today!

  • Bill G

    Some ding in de air? Which leads back to the oldie …
    “Must be something in the air.”
    “Yeah. Legs.”

  • eon

    Oh, Jeeves is so doomed.

    I’m guessing Zed will find a new floor lamp and table lamp set in the living room. 2 legs = 1 floor lamp, 2 arms = 2 table lamps.

    And Sam will just be getting started.

    clear ether

    eon

    • Redleg

      And one head = a talking eight-ball.

  • OldGoat36

    Bwahahahahahaha. Love it, especially Little Rocketman. 😀

  • Doggo

    Funny, I didn’t see little Trudeau.

    • WayneM

      Count your blessings.

    • Bob in Houston-Vast Right Wing Basket of deplorable!

      He’s out shopping for more and better eyebrow merkin glue.

    • JTC

      I think Mini-Tru only understands dings in French. Or Prog. Redundant.

    • TomZ

      I guess even Jeeves has standards.

  • gruundehn

    One ringie-dingie, two ringie-dingie, three ringie-dingie. Have I reached the party to whom I am soeaking?

  • Swansonic

    Hmmmm. No Dingbat…. or Meathead…

    • Bill M

      Hillary and Obama had their phones off.

  • Remember, the Brits had a war song that went–
    “The bells of Hell go ding-a-ling-a-ling,
    for You but not for Me!”

  • Make that a “Ting”, not Ding. Written in WWI, but still popular in WWII.

  • NotYetInACamp

    Like rabbits.

    That is so good.

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