Most of us have tastes that far exceed our budgets.
It just hit me: We’ve only seen Fraz in school once, and no-one else was visible in that classroom. If he’s the only one in his class, who is seeing him in his old car? (of course, he could just have been sitting next to the wall, but that wouldn’t be as fun)
On a side-note: yay! The backpack returns!
It’s like those classic peanuts strips where you only see a desk or two (and never the teacher), even though the class is supposedly full. So Fraz isn’t alone in class, but you’ll have to imagine for yourself who, or what, else is in the classroom with him.
I love all of these awesome comics 🙂
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Open mouth insert foot. LOL
Yeah, I think we do that more than we know.
Some months ago, my brother gave me a few bucks and said “You car is so ugly it put shame on my head. Take that and go wash it”.
I took the money, and buy cheese with it.
I guess that’s the last time your brother will give you any money to wash your car.
Of course! Next time he’ll give him the hose!
Bummer. But hey walking good for you. 🙂
Yeah, but not as good for you as a new Ferrari.
Actually, Ferrari’s aren’t good for you: http://www.ted.com/index.php/talks/richard_st_john_success_is_a_continuous_journey.html 1:41 to 2:19
But you can’t tell that to an itallian!
Pretty good advice, actually.
Other than the fast car part!
Sometimes an ultimatum just doesn’t get the desired results…
The art of persuasion is not one of Fraz’s strong points.
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