Lynn's Comments: I once asked Aaron what he remembered about his school days and he said, "You made the best lunches."
Lynn's Comments: Did you catch the error here? I show John with the bottle of cleaning solution in his right hand, but it switches to his left in the last panel.
Lynn's Comments: If you aren't familiar with the old brassiere ad that described their product by saying, "it lifts and separates," then you'll miss this punch line. It was a controversial TV advertisement at the time and it spawned a lot of great comedy.
Lynn's Comments: For two years, I was a tough marshmallow. My admiration goes out to single parents everywhere.
Lynn's Comments: My brother called me "Sistwerp."
Lynn's Comments: When my brother and I were kids, our cousins came to stay for a few weeks. Rob and Josie shared our rooms, and within a few days we were at each other’s throats. Our cousins had gone through all of our stuff and we felt violated. From the cousins’ point of view, they were just looking around. We saw it differently!
Lynn's Comments: This idea meant that I had to figure out how to add to a make-believe house. Architecturally, this posed a real dilemma. The layout of the house didn’t make sense as it was, so creating an addition was going to be a challenge.
Lynn's Comments: This also happened. My son decided to see how far a spool of dental floss would go. He strung the stairwell and the hallway and even the kitchen before he ran out of floss. I would have been angry, but it’s hard to give serious discipline when you’re laughing!
Lynn's Comments: Here I drew a young man I had seen on the street. His hair was multicoloured and standing like a fan—straight up and rigid. I figured that you don't go out in public like this unless you want attention, so I asked him how he had done his hair. His answer was, "wood glue and bingo dabbers." What fun!
Lynn's Comments: This happened, too. Some of the nastiest behaviour at the kids’ hockey games came from parents in the stands.