Brilliant Laugh of the Day

(copyright Stephan Pastis/distributed by Andrews McMeel Syndication)

Stephan Pastis, the cleverest newspaper comic strip creator of our time, hits it right on the head once again.

If you’re not familiar with Pearls Before Swine, the best place to see more, learn more, maybe even cry more is HERE


  1. As I wrote the post above, the sentence beginning with “If you’re not” triggered my dreaded overthink response. I immediately began trying to figure out if instead of the original phrase I should say, “If you aren’t,” and wondering why “if you’re not” is my go-to way of expressing this simple thought. Do both phrases really mean the same thing? Or is there some nuance I’m missing? Dammit, I’m going to be sitting and struggling with this all day, aren’t I?

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