Here is another comic, in keeping with our theme of talking about holidays, whilst not actually going on any.
As you might have guessed, I am not a fan of sandals for men, especially bone white feet that are hidden inside socks for the other 50 weeks of the year!
What? I thought that was what the passenger seat was for- otherwise why do I always fall asleep the minute I sit in one?
Sadly we have not been on any jolly holidays but have been embroiled in the hell that is re-decorating the kitchen. Thankfully we have finished now- and without going anywhere near the divorce courts!
For anyone lucky enough to be going away- we hope you all have a wonderful time!
I know that when you lose something, you always find it in the last place you look (obviously!) But it is easier to find things if you actually go and look for them in the first place!
I went with this strip from Carole’s book of scripts because it was nice and easy to draw! It also made sense to have Caz’s birthday close to the anniversary of when we started.*
Happy Saturday, Steve
*It’s also ages to Carole’s birthday, so she has plenty of time to get her own list ready
This week it is Caz’s one year anniversary, and also, this is our 100th comic strip. Thank you everyone for following, commenting, liking and supporting our efforts!
I do indeed have my own tool box – it’s not as fancy as Caz’s unfortunately, but I am quite protective of it. Our tool collection came on in leaps and bounds once I took over all the DIY. Shopping for tools is still shopping, after all!
See? We don’t argue all the time! We’re not exactly finishing each other’s sentences yet but we do seem to have developed our own marital shorthand.
The eternal quest for the perfect pair of black jeans! I think I might need Tom Cruise to help me solve this Impossible Mission!
A couple of weeks ago, there was a storm in England. Not a great big American-type storm, just some really high winds. The powers that be decided to close the bridge that links Essex and Kent, stranding thousands of people in a massive traffic jam, for hours. We hadn’t been planning to visit the mall, but managed to take refuge there – for 9 long hours! By the end, the mall was deserted, half the shops were closed as their staff could not get in, and it started to feel a bit creepy, like we were extras in a horror movie! Still, better than being in the car.
By the way, I love how Steve has drawn Caz having a tantrum like a 2 year old, whilst Stu is smiling cheerfully at the kid in the next car. We all know that in reality, I ate my way through all the sweets I could find, and Steve worked his way through the A-Z of swear words!
Don’t expect any sympathy in this house! Oh well, I’ll have to just use a quote from a film called The Gamers: Dorkness Rising (what do you mean you’ve never heard of it?) – “Everything’s better with pirates!”