@David Ashton: "(Andy Capp was a working-class British layabout forever shirking work, drinking beer and chatting up barmaids, and a cigarette hanging out of his mouth). He had a long suffering wife called Flo who had cleaning jobs to bring in a bit of money."
Andy resides at gocomics.com. Here's today's story:
Edit: The picture doesn't show on my PC, but I don't know if it's our net-nanny software or not.
@kfield: You mean you were pouring it directly down your gullet, bypassing your lips entirely?
Hey -- I'm not gauch -- my mom brough tme up propper -- I know which color drinking straws and which paper umbrellas go with each type of cocktail -- and when it comes to a formal dinner in which white, red, and dessert wines are served with each course, I know that you use the drinking straws starting from the outside -- LOL
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