Wednesday, September 30, 2009

Wednesday September 30th

The comic:

Yes, grooming is exhausting when you're a giant animal, I would imagine.

Also, this has never happened before, otherwise I'd say Pluggers can't plan for shit.

Tuesday, September 29, 2009

Tuesday September 29th

The comic:

Pluggers are cheap?

I don't get this - isn't this just a detour? What makes it Pluggerific?

Sunday, September 27, 2009

Monday September 28th

The comic:



I like justifying my laziness as much as the next person (see if I had a car, I'd take up a parking space here at school and well, we don't have enough spaces so it wouldn't be fair. Can I get a ride?) but this makes no damn sense.

If you don't take care of your yard, I don't think it's green. Except for the weeds.

I just don't get it.

Saturday, September 26, 2009

Saturday September 26th

The comic:

Pluggers are in denial.

And their children talk about them behind their back, so their grandchildren will overhear and shock them.

Time for a rug, Daddy-O!

Friday, September 25, 2009

Friday September 25th

The comic:

Pluggers are clumsy idiots.

Thursday, September 24, 2009

Thursday September 24th

The comic:

What the hell?

That's quite a euphemism for whatever the hell they're doing.

Wednesday, September 23, 2009

Wednesday September 23rd

The comic:

And you outlived them, so throw a party.

Senior Pluggers never watch the Golden Girls, do they? That's how you age!

Tuesday, September 22, 2009

Tuesday September 22nd

The comic:

Bully for them, but damn, this is getting into dementia area here, because stringless band-aids have been around for a while now, and I hope they haven't called their great-grandkids up and said, "Help! I can't open this Band-Aid!"

Maybe this was sent in by one of the annoyed relatives?

I mean Band-Aids are so... simple. Though not taking them off when they're on a dog's leg. "Gimme your leg Dixie, gimme. No, stay, stay!"

Sunday, September 20, 2009

Monday September 21st

The comic:

Your pride and joy is falling apart. Or leaking.

If it's your baby, why not take better care of it? Honestly, bhai.

Saturday, September 19, 2009

Saturday September 19th

The comic:

Why would a Plugger have a cell phone?

Thursday, September 17, 2009

Friday September 18th

The comic:

This joke is older than me and more boring than a Pluggers anthology.

Daniel Day-Lewis is hot!

See one bad thing, one good thing.

Thursday September 17th

The comic:

Your collection of two stuffed animals?

And I thought Pluggers were already retired.

Here's a nifty fact - once my mom has worked 20 years for Shelby County Schools, she can retire and get $200 a month. They're so generous! Or she can keep working. Wonder what she'll choose?

Maybe your retirement wouldn't be so uncertain if we were a socialist communist hellscape, but you know, pull yourself up by your bootstraps so we can then use them to tie you to a weight and put you under water.

You heard me.

Good night.

Wednesday, September 16, 2009

Wednesday September 16th

The comic:

What's a double celebration for non-Pluggers? What the hell are they smoking?

Something cheap.

Jeezus, lady, no one made you marry him, let alone stay together long enough to have a divorce.

And what an idiot! He's so happy, he almost looks like a real dog!

Tuesday, September 15, 2009

Tuesday September 15th

The comic:

Pluggers care so little about what others' think of them that they have a comic all about them.

And this one's from Massachusetts. In cowboy boots.

Now, I don't pay attention to socks most of the time, but that's because I'm in flip-flops. And probably killing my feet, yes mom. But that still doesn't fit Massachusetts because I'm told they have a "winter". So what the hell?

Monday, September 14, 2009

Monday September 14th

The comic:

The male Plugger is scary - he looks like he's an oozing lump.

I didn't know Pluggers had good memories.

Actually, I could have watched all "The Tonight Show" hosts today if I felt like it. You didn't have to live through an event to know about it. Yes, I've seen "A Hard Day's Night." No, I was not alive in the '60s.

So the most important thing for a Plugger to remember is... who's hosting the Tonight Show? (Who is hosting it now? Don't know, don't care.)

Saturday, September 12, 2009

Saturday September 12th

The comic:

You're a Plugger if you don't get any bills? What?

And judging by the look in the "dog"'s eyes, that's his kid. Or grandkid. Most dogs don't know about the vet until the fun car trip is over, or right until we try to go in the doors.

Friday, September 11, 2009

Friday September 11th

The comic:

Pluggers hate both their children and their grandchildren.

Thursday, September 10, 2009

Wednesday, September 9, 2009

Wednesday September 9th

The comic:

Then why do they have a car without tailfins or running boards? Pah!

And who needs to go to Pittsburgh?

Tuesday, September 8, 2009

Tuesday September 8th

The comic:

You're a Plugger if you forget to .... wait... Plugger children in college? Kya?

I mean, some of my fellow students (never me) act like Pluggers, but the idea of them finishing middle school is hard to swallow.

Besides, some people have a baby on board and a kid in college at the same time - my uncle, for example. One of his kids is college age, the other was born last month. (Two in between.)

Pluggers like to hold on to the past (baby on board sign) and are delusional about the present (State U? Couldn't make it Plugger U?).

Monday, September 7, 2009

Monday September 7th

The comic:

Dick Dahl, again?

And since when are eskimo pies on sticks?

Pluggers are idiots.

Enjoy your day off.

Saturday, September 5, 2009

Saturday September 5th

The comic:

Wow! This actually fits the "definition" of "plugging" - he keeps going, no matter how hard it is.

But I have some bad news for you RhinoMan, the money you're getting for race goes to a cause, and it's not "put a roof over RhinoMan's head." Sorry.

Friday September 4th

The comic:

And neither could ever find anyone better, so they forced themselves to love each other.

The end!

Side note - I've been to Beatrice (pronounce Bee-a-trice with a midwestern accent). I think that's where I found the MAD magazine board game and three great books.

Thursday September 3rd

The comic:

I love this! It's cho chweet!

RhinoMan has a job and thinks he's cool.

"Aw, he thinks he's people."

Plus, "Dick". Ha! Juvenile humor FTW!

Wednesday, September 2, 2009

Wednesday September 2nd

The comic:

That mini-chicken-thing is terrifying.

Tuesday, September 1, 2009

Tuesday September 1st

The comic:

Isn't that dangerous?

Oh well, they are Pluggers.


The comic is reproduced here for purposes of review only, and all rights remain with the creator, Gary Brookins.