I know exactly how you feel, Mark: I’m fine with greetings and goobyes, but the chat inbetween is always forced and awkward. And yes, we do blow these things up rediculously, but will continue to do so. A witty and accurate strip!
Glad to know I am not on my own Chris and thanks!
Ha! again, you go to the heart of being (awkwardly) human
That is what we are StaceyMichelle and thank you.
You’ve both been spying on my life again, haven’t you… 😉
Not that I was being presumptious Tony but thought you might relate to this one…
I am you and you are me and we are all together. Someone said that, once. Yeah.
Here come old flat top…..thanks John.
I’m always intimidated by the mirror , such a constant and surprising companion in such public places …megxxx
I know that feeling exactly – thanks for commenting Meg.
Gone are the days when you would head on down to Earl’s barbershop. Play a game of checkers or two while waiting. Sometimes did not visit for haircut but to get in on the poker game in the back room. Have a snort of whiskey or two if so inclined. Then on the way home put in your order at United Feed & Seed. The telegraph office was just across the street and you could send a quick hello for 75 cents to a friend back east. Yes, a trip to the barbershop was a day well spent.
Sound like good times, Carl. Thank you.
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