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Today's the day!

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29th February 2020
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2 months ago #9829220        
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New comic please


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3 months ago #9829104        
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lets see we have england, scotland and ireland, but no wales... guess we know where all the ladies are lol sorry guys it's our great singing voices, and our tendency to wrestle sharks


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2 months ago #9829180        
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@crwydryny #9829104

You know, last time I was in this bar I saw a few nice girls sitting at a table talking in a very British accent. So I asked them:
"Are you girls from England?"

And they said: "It's Wales!"

To which I replied: "Oh sorry, are you whales from England?"

And that's about the last I remember of that night...


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MiskisM

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2 months ago #9829743        
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HUMON IIS POSTING ON FB. I am too lazy (and drunk) to search for Humon FB, Please post it as reply to this post. (will edit this post tomorrow)
SatW facebook:
https://www.facebook.com/SatWcomic/

3 months ago #9828950        
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Yes, we are that undesirable.


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3 months ago #9828941        
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Never mind, there's lots of lovely young men out there for you

3 months ago #9828979        
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There used to be a US comic strip called Li'l Abner, in which there was an annual celebration ... sort of ... called Sadie Hawkins Day.

The backstory was: in the fictional small rural town called Dogpatch, there was once a young woman named Sadie Hawkins whom nobody wanted to marry. Her father, in desperation, set up a race: all the unmarried men had to run, Sadie ran after them, and the one she caught had to marry her. (Sort of a reverse Atalanta.)

Sadie Hawkins Day has been held every year since in Dogpatch, in which all the unmarried men have to run, the unmarried women get to chase them, and any man who gets caught has to marry the successful huntress.

The [dis]advantage [depending on your gender] is that this happens once a year, instead of every four.

The cartoonist (Al Capp) died long ago, and I don't *think* the strip runs any more.


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Tsuhna

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3 months ago #9828948        
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in Finland if a man turns down a woman's proposal on the Leap Day he is required to buy the woman fabric for a skirt.

3 months ago #9828946        
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First I heard of this...

So god damn lonely....

1 month ago #9829922        
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Satw has a new comic on Facebook

https://www.facebook.com/pg/SatWcomic/posts/?ref=page_internal


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