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Sunday Funnies - Royal Tour Edition


quirkyloon said…
Ha! The go outside one rang so true. And I wanna touch Will and Kate! They're magically delicious! hee hee And the artist depiction of Casey Anthony's lips was spot on! (I guess pun intended..hee hee).

Another great selection Mr. Nonamedufus!
nonamedufus said…
I was out on the patio yesterday enjoying the sun...and my laptop!
Love the Casey Anthony ones...even though I'm not sure I personally get the comparison to O.J., but I still think that's the funniest comic of the day. Hey, bonus I actually get the Canadian cartoons this time around :).
00dozo said…
There are times I'm glad I'm not in Canada.

Good picks this week.
nonamedufus said…
Someone recently said about Casey Anthony that she's spending less time in prison than we all did watching her trial. On the royals, I think they got more media play there than Casey Anthony did here.
nonamedufus said…
What, you don't want to stop what you're doing for 10 days and throw yourself in front of the TV to see some royal rug rats visit your country? What's wrong with you?
Nicky said…
Wait, Will and Kate were here?
nonamedufus said…
They were even in Montreal. You were probably still in your New Jersey afterglow and didn't notice.
Junebug said…
If Will and Kate did those things in Calgary, I would so turn in to see it. Only I would add riding in a bobsled like Cool Runnings.
nonamedufus said…
They might have to wait to take on the bobsled run until December. You know, when the snow starts to fall? They did wear their white cowboy hats!

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