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Quirkyloon said…
hee hee

Great Sunday Funnies! I missed them and I am so glad they are BACK!

hee hee
Leeuna said…
Hahaha. Thanks Dufus. It's great to have you back. We missed your Sunday Funnies.
nonamedufus said…
Quirks: Glad you enjoyed them ma'am. I get a kick out of them.
nonamedufus said…
Leeuna: It's great to be back! I'm glad you enjoy the cartoons.
Don said…
How true is the FB cartoon? I would not trust FB to secure my private information. I don't think they have anything that could be harmful but who knows? They are sneaky.
nonamedufus said…
Don: I'm with you guy. I think you even lose control of photos. Sad.
00dozo said…
They're back! Too funny - particularly the 'bar scene' at the end. Again, I missed ya!

BTW - in honour of your return, please (and, apparently you MUST) come on over to my place!
nonamedufus said…
00dozo: Hey, I'm glad you like 'em. And I stopped by and picked up your great award.
Nicky said…
Hi there Dufus! I'm glad you're back and feeling better. We haven't been formally introduced, but I've been poking around in your absence. My name is Nicky, from We Work For Cheese. It's a pleasure to finally meet you :-)
nonamedufus said…
Hi, Nicky and welcome. Please feel free to poke around as much as you like. I'll have to get over and check you out...er, your blog, that is.

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