Christmas Cheers!

Since many of you seemed to enjoy my memory of the aluminum Christmas tree (albeit selective and embellished), I thought you might enjoy this Christmas Eve A&J from 2006, also based on a holiday memory. This one is not selective or embellished!

Today's "Arlo & Janis!"

29 thoughts on “Christmas Cheers!”

  1. Merry Christmas!!!
    JJ, you were far more self-reliant than I as a child.I didn’t even turn on the stove until in high school.
    Meanwhile you learned the results of your early cooking. Later results sound much better.

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  2. I love today’s strip when Arlo calls Luddie his “Little Buddy”. About 12 years ago we had to put our 21 year old cat down and I emailed Jimmy as a friend to share my grief. Jimmy “got” it and I think that’s why he writes such a great strip.

    Merry Christmas to all.

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  3. Once again, the Boston Globe has done a purge of the comic pages. And once again A&J survives! Yay!

    Today’s Christmas Eve talking animals strip is the best ever, by the way!

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  4. Love hearing about how events like birthdays, anniversaries, weddings, holidays, don’t always go according to plan. Fun and relatable for sure! Merry Christmas everyone.

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  5. But did you top the milk with a slice of room temperature butter? That makes the barf so much more impressive. My maternal grandmother used to get us warmed milk topped with butter for upset stomachs. If you managed to keep a mug of it down, you were not all concerned about the stomach problems any more. As an adult, I later learned that despite what the locals where I was stationed might think, swapping goat’s milk for cow’s and dumping a large amount of sugar into the mix does nothing to improve either the taste or the resulting physical impulses. The childhood practice sessions with Grandma did keep me from embarrassing myself and providing amusement for local bystanders, however.

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