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Sunday, March 9, 2014

Lynn's Comments: The breakfast in bed scenario is always shown in cartoons as a parent in bed and the kids delivering a messy meal. I wanted to turn it around and have the kids messing up their own space. I thought this was more often the case.
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Originally Run: 1985-03-10
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Originally Run: 1986-11-16
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Tuesday, July 5, 2016

Lynn's Comments: This scenario dates back to my own childhood. My brother and I would torment each other by simply staring. This "game" even had a name: it was "Seeing" (from the lament, "Daddy! She's seeing at me!") This could get intensely annoying, and when my brother finally broke down and asked Dad to intervene, he got into the act. He invented the "one eye see," the "two eye half see," the "blinking see," and so on. With Dad ready to play the game along with us, the sport quickly lost its competitive sting and we gave it up. That is until I told my kids about it--and the tradition carried on.
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Originally Run: 1987-07-07
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Sunday April 29, 2018

Lynn's Comments: I rarely used processed cheese in the kids’ lunches, but when I did, I thought this would be a funny prank to pull.
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Originally Run: 1989-04-23
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Originally Run: 1989-10-17
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Originally Run: 1989-11-19
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Originally Run: 1990-09-05
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