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"The gentle wisdom of children"

Posted a rerun (That’s why the copyright date is 2007. Because it’s from 2007. Sometimes I post comics that were drawn in the past. Is that clear to everyone? Can we move on?) because I’ve been occupied entertaining guests from out of town. For the first time ever, I’m experiencing Disney theme parks with an 8-year-old in the group. She is a delightful young lady who has taught me several things I did not know. Here are some examples:

Space Mountain is the worst ride ever.

Parades are awesome!

Riding It’s a Small World is a pleasant experience.

Uncrustables are bad.

Grumpy doesn’t want a hug.

It’s desperately important to get the autograph of that white cat over there, even if you don’t know her name, or what movie she was in.

Reader Comments (5)

Who the hell complains when you do a re-run? Who the has the time to NOTICE you've done a rerun?

And just wtf is an Uncrustables? You guys have some WEIRD food...

February 17, 2010 | Unregistered CommenterChristian

@Christian: Uncrustables are a crappy Peanut Butter and Jelly sandwich with no crusts. Imagine a large, squishy and round ravioli made of white bread, and you've got it. I always hated those, and found them stupid, even in elementary school.

So, little 8-year-old, ROCK ON!

February 18, 2010 | Unregistered CommenterPunkyCrisps

its a small world would be a lot better if we could bring nerf guns in it.

February 23, 2010 | Unregistered Commenterisiah

Don't be bothered. We like you! and better a rerun than nothing at all! (we also still look at new reruns of sitcoms...)

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