No Certainty 2017-10-18

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No Certainty 2017-10-18

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http://wapsisquare.com/comic/no-certainty/

Aye, she's a Duncan alright. Anywho, we have her full name now, clues that her grandmother had a scientific bent, and that Brenda actually shares macaroons which is almost unheardof.
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All. Three. Names.

Ooh.
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Yep . . . Ouch.

Then apply food to the wound. Brenda must be channelling her mother . . .



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So... it appears that Mom Voice may be a universal constant.
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FreeFlier wrote:"What nine-letter word is most often used by a grandmother to her grandchildren?

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Chocolate?
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There's a bit of discussion on FB right now about cookies... macarons are french ganache filled dreamboats.
https://www.berries.com/blog/many-diffe ... -macaroons
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I'd not heard of a macaron, so assumed it was a misspelling or tyop of macaroon.

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for some reason i would think that this daily should be named:

"Now get out here and help me eat these macarons."

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That mom voice does like all of them carry the background hint of much bodily harm to come but the face without a doubt sells in in Brendas case.
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Still, Scarlet should have been informed beforehand, as a friendly "heads up," instead of hedging bets on her not manifesting this ability. Just because it skipped her mother was no guarantee it would skip her, as well.
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FreeFlier wrote: "What nine-letter word is most often used by a grandmother to her grandchildren?
Aardvarks?

Zymurgies?

Something in-between?
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Thor wrote:
FreeFlier wrote:"What nine-letter word is most often used by a grandmother to her grandchildren?
Aardvarks?

Zymurgies?

Something in-between?
:twisted:

Any other guesses?

. . .

C'mon, it's old!

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FreeFlier wrote:
Thor wrote:
FreeFlier wrote:"What nine-letter word is most often used by a grandmother to her grandchildren?
Aardvarks?

Zymurgies?

Something in-between?
:twisted:

Any other guesses?

. . .

C'mon, it's old!

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"Freeflier"?

. . .

I don't get it. Why would a grandmother say "freeflier" to her grandchildren?
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Dr. Otter wrote:
FreeFlier wrote:"What nine-letter word is most often used by a grandmother to her grandchildren?
Chocolate?
Thor wrote:
FreeFlier wrote:"What nine-letter word is most often used by a grandmother to her grandchildren?
Aardvarks?

Zymurgies?

Something in-between?
Thor wrote:
FreeFlier wrote:
Thor wrote:Aardvarks?

Zymurgies?

Something in-between?
:twisted:

Any other guesses?

. . .

C'mon, it's old!
"Freeflier"?

. . .
Okay, I didn't expect that one . . .
FreeFlier wrote: . . . "What nine-letter word is most often used by a grandmother to her grandchildren?
Eateateat!

:P /flrrd/

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