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Which album did Mom bring?

The decent one
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The one with nothing but the pics of Marten in the bath
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The most horrifically embarassing one ever created without Photoshop and Pintsize
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Not sure, but Marty's not gonna be happy after his nap
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None, that's a mislabelled one of her's
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Author Topic: WCT Dec 20-24, 2010 (1821-1824)  (Read 111459 times)

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Re: WCT Dec 20-24, 2010 (1821-1824)
« Reply #250 on: 22 Dec 2010, 21:18 »

I don't think I've ever seen Hanners without bags under her eyes and- OH GOD HANNERS IN FIRST PANEL IS THE CUTEST THING EVARRRRR!!!! AHGBLAUHGLABUGHALAH!!!!one
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Re: WCT Dec 20-24, 2010 (1821-1824)
« Reply #251 on: 22 Dec 2010, 21:24 »

Dang it, had finally been able to register, and just wanted to say how freaking cute Hanners looks in the first panel (as well as the rest of today's comic), but Exar Kun beat me to it.  :psyduck:

I'm curious as to what Veronica's motives are in all this. She (allegedly) came to help Marten get over his breakup, but her bluntness seems to be doing more harm than good for Marten's psyche.
Then again, by doing so she's giving Marten a reason not to dwell on the whole breakup, so that might be what's going on too. Time will tell!
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Re: WCT Dec 20-24, 2010 (1821-1824)
« Reply #252 on: 22 Dec 2010, 21:40 »

I like the sweater Hanners is wearing, I see a lot of girls wearing them lately and the sweaters are pretty cute.
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Re: WCT Dec 20-24, 2010 (1821-1824)
« Reply #253 on: 22 Dec 2010, 22:00 »

I cannot tell a lie; Hanners is very cute in today's comic. But just how many Martinis did Marten's Mum have at lunch? Not much of an internal censor there! Rule Of Funny...  :-D
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Re: WCT Dec 20-24, 2010 (1821-1824)
« Reply #254 on: 22 Dec 2010, 22:02 »

But anyway, i wonder how high are Veronica's rates...

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Ok, that sounded WAY less creepy in my head
I wonder WHY she would have any rates for THAT in the first place.

I wouldnt have thought that "Helping lesbians to pick up women at certain places" would be part of her job.

in her line of work time = money PERIOD, she get's paid when she spends time with people for their benefit
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Re: WCT Dec 20-24, 2010 (1821-1824)
« Reply #255 on: 22 Dec 2010, 22:06 »

Fewer shippers FTW.

Was about to say....please don't make this evolve into Hanners bunking with Marten.....please!!!!!
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Re: WCT Dec 20-24, 2010 (1821-1824)
« Reply #256 on: 22 Dec 2010, 22:26 »

The perfectly normal ones are always the most screwed up. Or, as I like to saying, "Normal people are so weird."

I think I'll start a band called "The Perfectly Normal Weirdoes".
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Re: WCT Dec 20-24, 2010 (1821-1824)
« Reply #257 on: 22 Dec 2010, 23:55 »

Cute Hanners: My favorite is still #1313. Cutest Hanners ever !
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Re: WCT Dec 20-24, 2010 (1821-1824)
« Reply #258 on: 23 Dec 2010, 00:54 »

You know what Snubnose? Everyone seems to like that Hannelore comic for some reason!  :mrgreen: So, to get all the Hanner-d'aww out of the way: Yes, Hanners does look very cute today. I especially like how her hair becomes more frizzy the more worried she gets! As we've seen before, her hair is pretty untameable. (sp?)

I'm excited for Jeph's resolution for the week (ending with Faye I think.) But I think I'll really enjoy his Christmas comics, the Hannelore Q&A and all that jazz!  :-D 
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Re: WCT Dec 20-24, 2010 (1821-1824)
« Reply #259 on: 23 Dec 2010, 01:09 »

NICE TACT MOM

I wonder WHY she would have any rates for THAT in the first place.

I wouldnt have thought that "Helping lesbians to pick up women at certain places" would be part of her job.

in her line of work time = money PERIOD, she get's paid when she spends time with people for their benefit

Little business cards that say "Veronica Vance:  Professional Dominatrix and Booty Acquisition Consultant"...

Was about to say....please don't make this evolve into Hanners bunking with Marten.....please!!!!!

Hanners herself ruled out having roommates already if I remember correctly, based on the severity of her own issues.

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Re: WCT Dec 20-24, 2010 (1821-1824)
« Reply #260 on: 23 Dec 2010, 01:20 »

Pretty sure if you lopped Randy's head off, not only would the body grow a new head, but the head would grow a new body...

Ouch. That would make for a badass Angband monster. Lernean Hydra squared.

And, yes, Hannelore's hair morphosing is just so. I also like the 'foof' effect.
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Re: WCT Dec 20-24, 2010 (1821-1824)
« Reply #261 on: 23 Dec 2010, 01:22 »

Wait, Hanners now shakes hands? Isn't that extremely unhygienic?
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Re: WCT Dec 20-24, 2010 (1821-1824)
« Reply #262 on: 23 Dec 2010, 01:24 »

After some thinking I kind of wonder if Martens mom migfht be trying to get him angry at her or provoke an emotional response that isn't 'soul crushing despair'. It might not be what he needs at the moment but it keeps his mind off the immediate depression and it might help provide perspective.
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Re: WCT Dec 20-24, 2010 (1821-1824)
« Reply #263 on: 23 Dec 2010, 01:26 »

Would you deny Mrs. Reed a handshake if she were expecting one?

I suspect a little OCD scrubbing is far preferable to saying no.
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Re: WCT Dec 20-24, 2010 (1821-1824)
« Reply #264 on: 23 Dec 2010, 02:07 »

My take on this comic?

Hannelore's trying to impress Martin's Mother. Her hair looks as though it's been flattened/brushed (*apparently recently) to get ready to meet her.

*You can watch her hair revert back to it's usual fluffyness as the comic proceeds, haha.

I'm not going to infer anything more than that for the sake of this post being taken out of context.  :-P
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Re: WCT Dec 20-24, 2010 (1821-1824)
« Reply #265 on: 23 Dec 2010, 02:59 »

I want to thank Jeph for making a week of nice maternal shenanigans and general silliness while my other favorite comic, Homestuck, has been riding a tide of relentless fucked-up horror.
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Re: WCT Dec 20-24, 2010 (1821-1824)
« Reply #266 on: 23 Dec 2010, 04:03 »

Really, woman? She says three sentences, and you can already tell enough about her personality to blurt out something like that? I thought Mrs. Reed was smarter than this.
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Re: WCT Dec 20-24, 2010 (1821-1824)
« Reply #267 on: 23 Dec 2010, 04:26 »

It sounds to me like we are applying different standards to Marten's behavior! It also sounds to me like the way you think a child should interact with their parents and the way I think a child should interact with their parents are so different that it is like we are from two different planets, and I will drop the matter because I don't see this going in a constructive direction.
I actually get that a surprising amount. It might have to do with my mother having been trained as a social worker before she had kids. Or it just might be a coincidence of the way she raised me.

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Sorry, that was more responding to... somnus? Somnolus? Something eternus. Has a monkey as his picture.

Is it Cold In Here, sure, it has internal logic. I was saying that my objections didn't apply to the comic, that's all.
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Re: WCT Dec 20-24, 2010 (1821-1824)
« Reply #268 on: 23 Dec 2010, 04:56 »

Wait, Hanners now shakes hands? Isn't that extremely unhygienic?

She's doing it in a way that you can tell she's really making an effort and that it's not normal for her. Her "shake" hand is barely outstretched, and her other hand is curving inward, suggesting a touch of fear or apprehension.

Or I might be reading too much into it. Coin toss.
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Re: WCT Dec 20-24, 2010 (1821-1824)
« Reply #269 on: 23 Dec 2010, 05:29 »

*You can watch her hair revert back to it's usual fluffyness as the comic proceeds, haha.

I'm not going to infer anything more than that for the sake of this post being taken out of context.  :-P

I suddenly saw an image in my head of Hannelore getting an order for a drink at COD and her hair going back to fluffy-curly all at once as the order was given.
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Re: WCT Dec 20-24, 2010 (1821-1824)
« Reply #270 on: 23 Dec 2010, 05:32 »

Wait, Hanners now shakes hands? Isn't that extremely unhygienic?

She's doing it in a way that you can tell she's really making an effort and that it's not normal for her. Her "shake" hand is barely outstretched, and her other hand is curving inward, suggesting a touch of fear or apprehension.

Or I might be reading too much into it. Coin toss.

Not at all, Jeph's gotten really  good with body anguage, and as an OCD sufferer himself, gets it right with Hanners in this strip.  The other hand "curving inward" as you put it actually looks more to me like it's against her chest, holding back her anxiety over extending her hand to a stranger.  The slight stammer just emphasises it.  
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Re: WCT Dec 20-24, 2010 (1821-1824)
« Reply #271 on: 23 Dec 2010, 07:07 »

I hate how Marten keeps looking more and more depressed....  :psyduck:


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Re: WCT Dec 20-24, 2010 (1821-1824)
« Reply #272 on: 23 Dec 2010, 07:17 »

*You can watch her hair revert back to it's usual fluffyness as the comic proceeds, haha.

I'm not going to infer anything more than that for the sake of this post being taken out of context.  :-P

I suddenly saw an image in my head of Hannelore getting an order for a drink at COD and her hair going back to fluffy-curly all at once as the order was given.








EDIT: I'm waiting for Marten to snap and launch into an "I'm not one of your clients, Mom; so stop with the make-my-son-feel-like-shit behavior!".
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Re: WCT Dec 20-24, 2010 (1821-1824)
« Reply #273 on: 23 Dec 2010, 07:46 »

Awww, poor Hanners! She's trying so hard to be accepted as normal too!
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Re: WCT Dec 20-24, 2010 (1821-1824)
« Reply #274 on: 23 Dec 2010, 08:36 »

I adore Hanners in this. I think it's awesome that as the comic progresses, her hair poofs back up. :D
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Re: WCT Dec 20-24, 2010 (1821-1824)
« Reply #275 on: 23 Dec 2010, 09:10 »

But just how many Martinis did Marten's Mum have at lunch? Not much of an internal censor there! Rule Of Funny...  :-D

Could be martinis, though I see no drunk bubbles.  Embarrassing your son is one thing, Ms. Reed, but insulting the polite stranger you just met is a jerk move, whatever you may have heard.  Tactless indeed.  Looking forward to further cast interactions!
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Re: WCT Dec 20-24, 2010 (1821-1824)
« Reply #276 on: 23 Dec 2010, 09:48 »

Maybe being super-polite and inhibited is Marten's way of rebelling.
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Re: WCT Dec 20-24, 2010 (1821-1824)
« Reply #277 on: 23 Dec 2010, 10:59 »

It must be Tuesday in the comic.

How do you know?

In real-Northampton, it being a small city, there aren't that many clubs - one of them (which is likely also "that gay nightclub down on Pleasant Street," even though it's only sort-of gay) holds a goth-themed Tuesday, and that's the only one I know, and presumably the only one he knows.  Of course, neither living in Northampton nor being especially gothic or much of a club hopper, I wouldn't know; moreover, this is not real-Northampton, this is funny-robot-allosaurus-world-Northampton, where there are all the clubs Jeph needs there to be.

Actually, I think it was simply a Hitchhiker's Guide reference.

"It must be Tuesday.  I never could get the hang of Tuesdays."
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Re: WCT Dec 20-24, 2010 (1821-1824)
« Reply #278 on: 23 Dec 2010, 11:09 »

Yeah.

Never mind.  Here, here's six Beers and a packet of Peanuts.
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Re: WCT Dec 20-24, 2010 (1821-1824)
« Reply #279 on: 23 Dec 2010, 11:44 »

It must be Tuesday in the comic.

How do you know?

In real-Northampton, it being a small city, there aren't that many clubs - one of them (which is likely also "that gay nightclub down on Pleasant Street," even though it's only sort-of gay) holds a goth-themed Tuesday, and that's the only one I know, and presumably the only one he knows.  Of course, neither living in Northampton nor being especially gothic or much of a club hopper, I wouldn't know; moreover, this is not real-Northampton, this is funny-robot-allosaurus-world-Northampton, where there are all the clubs Jeph needs there to be.

Actually, I think it was simply a Hitchhiker's Guide reference.

"It must be Tuesday.  I never could get the hang of Tuesdays."
I believe that would make it a Thursday. Of course, it has been some time since the last time I read it.
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Re: WCT Dec 20-24, 2010 (1821-1824)
« Reply #280 on: 23 Dec 2010, 12:13 »

Poor Hanners just can't catch a break.
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Re: WCT Dec 20-24, 2010 (1821-1824)
« Reply #281 on: 23 Dec 2010, 12:34 »

It must be Tuesday in the comic.

How do you know?

In real-Northampton, it being a small city, there aren't that many clubs - one of them (which is likely also "that gay nightclub down on Pleasant Street," even though it's only sort-of gay) holds a goth-themed Tuesday, and that's the only one I know, and presumably the only one he knows.  Of course, neither living in Northampton nor being especially gothic or much of a club hopper, I wouldn't know; moreover, this is not real-Northampton, this is funny-robot-allosaurus-world-Northampton, where there are all the clubs Jeph needs there to be.

Actually, I think it was simply a Hitchhiker's Guide reference.

"It must be Tuesday.  I never could get the hang of Tuesdays."
I believe that would make it a Thursday. Of course, it has been some time since the last time I read it.

I just checked (I have the book on my Kindle) and it's indeed Thursday :)
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Re: WCT Dec 20-24, 2010 (1821-1824)
« Reply #282 on: 23 Dec 2010, 15:00 »

It must be Tuesday in the comic.

How do you know?

In real-Northampton, it being a small city, there aren't that many clubs - one of them (which is likely also "that gay nightclub down on Pleasant Street," even though it's only sort-of gay) holds a goth-themed Tuesday, and that's the only one I know, and presumably the only one he knows.  Of course, neither living in Northampton nor being especially gothic or much of a club hopper, I wouldn't know; moreover, this is not real-Northampton, this is funny-robot-allosaurus-world-Northampton, where there are all the clubs Jeph needs there to be.

Actually, I think it was simply a Hitchhiker's Guide reference.

"It must be Tuesday.  I never could get the hang of Tuesdays."
I believe that would make it a Thursday. Of course, it has been some time since the last time I read it.

I just checked (I have the book on my Kindle) and it's indeed Thursday :)

Is it bad that I knew he was wrong without needing to look up the book?
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Re: WCT Dec 20-24, 2010 (1821-1824)
« Reply #283 on: 23 Dec 2010, 15:10 »

Not at all.
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Re: WCT Dec 20-24, 2010 (1821-1824)
« Reply #284 on: 23 Dec 2010, 15:42 »

For comic #1824...

1. Don't Panic. :psyduck:

2. Love Hannelore's hair in panel #1, was kind of hoping that Hanners would be doing a hair-change, in lieu of Dora's year-quarterly (or would be "quarterly-year" for every three months...?) changes.

3. More Hannelore & Miss Reed strips would be great, but we have a lot of QC cast-members to get through while Marten's mom is around.  And I think we will be ending this holiday weekend with a Faye & Miss Reed strip.

4. I think Miss Reed's reaction to Hanners, after the initial surprise, is really more of a compliment than a worry.  After all, look how far everyone's favorite OCD CoD barista has come since first stalking a heart-broken indie boy, in character development.  It should be a relief to Hannelore that her first impression is "normal."  (whatever "normal" means...  I have yet to find a really good, tangible, definition)
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Re: WCT Dec 20-24, 2010 (1821-1824)
« Reply #285 on: 23 Dec 2010, 15:59 »

Most people will understand just plain "quarterly" to mean every three months. Especially anyone who's ever had anything to do with a product release schedule.
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Re: WCT Dec 20-24, 2010 (1821-1824)
« Reply #286 on: 23 Dec 2010, 16:52 »

I'll just throw in my two cents and say poke-slut Hanners is the cutest: http://questionablecontent.net/view.php?comic=1660
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Re: WCT Dec 20-24, 2010 (1821-1824)
« Reply #287 on: 23 Dec 2010, 16:57 »

Why is it that every time, I read that as pokéslut? Too much exposure to Pokémon at a young age?

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Re: WCT Dec 20-24, 2010 (1821-1824)
« Reply #288 on: 23 Dec 2010, 19:10 »

Pretty sure if you lopped Randy's head off, not only would the body grow a new head, but the head would grow a new body...

Ouch. That would make for a badass Angband monster. Lernean Hydra squared.

And, yes, Hannelore's hair morphosing is just so. I also like the 'foof' effect.

 Came here for this.

 At first I almost didn't recognize her b/c her hair was so...coiffed I guess the term would be. Of course by panel 3 and 4 it was obviously Hanners.

 Love the hair progression! :D
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Re: WCT Dec 20-24, 2010 (1821-1824)
« Reply #289 on: 23 Dec 2010, 19:19 »

Holy quote funnel batman!  :psyduck:
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Re: WCT Dec 20-24, 2010 (1821-1824)
« Reply #290 on: 23 Dec 2010, 19:49 »

Marten's mom could really have embarrassed him by pulling out the pictures while he was still in the room.
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Re: WCT Dec 20-24, 2010 (1821-1824)
« Reply #291 on: 23 Dec 2010, 19:50 »

Baby pictures FTW!
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Re: WCT Dec 20-24, 2010 (1821-1824)
« Reply #292 on: 23 Dec 2010, 19:51 »

Aaaaaaaand today's comic makes me glad that most of my baby photos (read as embarressing) are locked away in a safe location where no one can ever see them. I wanted to torch them but noooooooo, they're precious memories. Thats funny, coz I can't remember being a baby!
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Re: WCT Dec 20-24, 2010 (1821-1824)
« Reply #293 on: 23 Dec 2010, 19:53 »

She doesn't seem to be the kind of mom who would bring baby pictures with her when she visits her kid.

I'd expect whips, handcuffs, and chains, but not baby pictures.
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Re: WCT Dec 20-24, 2010 (1821-1824)
« Reply #294 on: 23 Dec 2010, 20:13 »

She's the sort of mom who would knit a Worry Hat.
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Re: WCT Dec 20-24, 2010 (1821-1824)
« Reply #295 on: 23 Dec 2010, 20:21 »

She doesn't seem to be the kind of mom who would bring baby pictures with her when she visits her kid.

I'd expect whips, handcuffs, and chains, but not baby pictures.

Sure, she's pretty open about what she does, that doesn't mean she has to pack her work gear when she's goes on vacation. She's visiting her kid, not a client.



Also, am I like the only parent in the world who doesn't carry a photo album in her purse? 'Cause people on movies and tv always seem to have kid pics to pull out at the drop of a hat.
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Re: WCT Dec 20-24, 2010 (1821-1824)
« Reply #296 on: 23 Dec 2010, 20:35 »

I have a few in my wallet...

Most of them are horribly outdated.  The most recent ones of my kids are over ten years old, and the one of my wife is her HS graduation photo...

'sokay.  Nobody's got pics of me.  We found one from several years back recently, and most people's reaction was, "Gee, you look really weird with all that hair!"
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Re: WCT Dec 20-24, 2010 (1821-1824)
« Reply #297 on: 23 Dec 2010, 20:53 »

Also, am I like the only parent in the world who doesn't carry a photo album in her purse? 'Cause people on movies and tv always seem to have kid pics to pull out at the drop of a hat.

Ms. Reed probably regrets that she didn't have them the last time she was there to show his friends.

Good to see she has SOME tact to not pull that out while he was in the room.

She doesn't seem to be the kind of mom who would bring baby pictures with her when she visits her kid.

I'd expect whips, handcuffs, and chains, but not baby pictures.

Why the hell would she have those things when she visits her friggin kid? I'm sure she has the magical ability to separate her job from being a mother.
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Re: WCT Dec 20-24, 2010 (1821-1824)
« Reply #298 on: 23 Dec 2010, 20:57 »

Ah baby pictures-the parental WUH (Weapon of Ultimate Humiliation). Glad mine were lost years ago.
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Re: WCT Dec 20-24, 2010 (1821-1824)
« Reply #299 on: 23 Dec 2010, 21:20 »

Does that album say "Marten Reed" or "Master Reed"?
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