Saturday, May 30, 2009

Saturday May 30th

The comic:


Pluggers go to the beach? Since when?

Oh, this is too much. Back to Roseanne reruns.

Thursday, May 28, 2009

Friday May 29th

The comic:

It didn't go off because of the knee replacement (they're not metal anymore, I'm sure), it went off because you're a Plugger and they don't want you to fly or enter a secure building. Toodles.

Thursday May 28th

The comic:


Oh puh-leeze.

I might have bought this two years ago, but now I know how lazy Pluggers are, how old they are.

No way in hell does a Plugger use a clothesline. Too unpredictable - especially in a polluted city like Dallas! They may wish they lived a hundred years ago, but the rest of us don't.


An aside - we have a busted dryer. We had to get rid of our last one because it wouldn't shut and duct tape wasn't doing the job anymore! This current one was bought used and now the damn dial has fallen off and broken, so we use a wrench to start our dryer. Because a clothesline is more work and more impractical.

Wednesday, May 27, 2009

Wednesday May 27th

The comic:


You're a Plugger if you're kept alive by medication so you can live one more day to see yourself in the newspaper.

Monday, May 25, 2009

Tuesday May 26th

The comic:


In a black and white world, who can tell?

This kind of falls apart when you realize that managers, you know, manage things. They make decisions. Children acting as go-betweens do not.

Monday May 25th

The comic:


Pluggers are addicted to caffeine.

And old.

Saturday, May 23, 2009

Saturday May 23rd

The comic:


It's a dog. Dogs are not vegetarian.

I wonder why tater tots is capitalized, but mac and cheese isn't?

And what is the significance of this vegetarian meal? People eat meatless meals all the time, it doesn't matter.


Family is over including a 5 year old hyper ...thing... and well, Pluggers suck. Which is my way of explaining the very late posting.

Friday, May 22, 2009

Friday May 22nd

The comic:


Well, look at these richie riches! An outdoor umbrella.

Thursday, May 21, 2009

Thursday May 21st

The comic:


Aw, Pluggers know how to share! How sweet! ::gag::

Wednesday, May 20, 2009

Wednesday May 20th

The comic:


Pluggers like to remember the only time somebody cared about their needs.

Tuesday, May 19, 2009

Tuesday May 19th

The comic:


So us non-Pluggers take cruises all the time then?

I'd say they're stretching their "Plugger versions of things" shtick, but that's been stretched so far it's already snapped.

Anyway, it's a luxury, right? So why would a Plugger indulge in a something frivolous like that?

Monday, May 18, 2009

Monday May 18th

The comic:


Pluggers are stereotypical single women?

Saturday, May 16, 2009

Saturday May 16th

The comic:


Pluggers are terrible golfers and love it.

I don't have much else to say.

Friday, May 15, 2009

Friday May 15th

The comic:


Pluggers are the only people in the world who work hard. The rest of us are spoiled trust fund babies.

Pass it on.

Thursday, May 14, 2009

Thursday May 14th

The comic:


I wouldn't trust a Plugger with my engine! Have you seen the clunkers they drive?

Oh, and blah de blah non-Pluggers are fancy pants who use their SUVs for play, not work. Because non-Pluggers are richer and snootier than Pluggers.

Wednesday, May 13, 2009

Wednesday May 13th

The comic:


Ah, so we've upgraded from wearing readers over our prescriptions!

Judging by her expression, it looks like they need more oversight on something - she is quite shocked. Perhaps it's the bill for the glasses?

Tuesday, May 12, 2009

Tuesday May 12th

The comic:


I don't have much to say here.

They're cheap, they're old, blah blah blah.

But look! RhinoMan has access to running water!

Now that I think about it, this memory problem is worrying. They presumably got the razor when they started shaving, which had to be late teens. Someone who can't remember when they were in high school is allowed the use a razor? That sounds like a recipe for disaster.

Monday, May 11, 2009

Monday May 11th

The comic:


Pluggers are gullible fools.

Saturday, May 9, 2009

Saturday May 9th

The comic:


Wait.

What the hell is going on here? They're dressed up and using valet parking? Is this the right comic?

Also, maybe if your truck wasn't such a heap of junk, maybe other people could drive it. I thought Pluggers were mechanical?

I'd think they'd be like Hank Hill, worried about another man touching her.

Pluggers... and valet parking! This doesn't feel like an hallucination...

Friday, May 8, 2009

Friday May 8th

The comic:



This looks familiar. I swear it does.

Of course, the horrid nature of Pluggers makes them all "familiar," I guess.

Anyways, blah blah sexist piece of trash blah blah maybe he shouldn't be driving blah blah who uses the phrase "backseat driver" anymore?

Thursday, May 7, 2009

Thursday May 7th

The comic:


But aren't Pluggers the type to have "good China" and bring it out for Thanksgiving?

I'm confused and I'm grumpy and I hope those plates are made of lead or something. That would explain Pluggers.

Wednesday, May 6, 2009

Wednesday May 6th

The comic:



Yes, we non-Pluggers have regular organ recitals. Yeah, whatever.

As for the Pluggers, like gross. This stranger just wants to get her terrible coffee and get out, not hear your life story!

Monday, May 4, 2009

Tuesday May 5th

The comic:


They can't be very good glasses - look how close she is to the TV!

I think Pluggers will be getting HDTVs very soon, if they want to watch their soaps. But there's always DVDs... or Betamax...

Monday May 4th

The comic:


It's fun and funny to say your spouse works for you!

Saturday, May 2, 2009

Saturday May 2nd

The comic:


But will not work to get it themselves.

Friday, May 1, 2009

Friday May 1st

The comic:


Pluggers don't even have outhouses.

Disclaimer

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