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Tuesday, 12 May 2015

Today's strip is one of the very last strips that's clearly a warped ripoff of either Peanuts or Dennis the Menace as it has Lizzie think that a mud pie needs salt.

(Strip Number 1051, Original Publication Date, 13 May 1986)

Panel 1: We see Lizzie making mud pies in the back yard.

Panel 2: Since either she's an idiot or since Lynn loves her some gross-out humor, she actually decides to taste one.

Panel 3: While I fight down the nausea, she spits out the dirt she almost choked on.

Panel 4: Since Lynn adds her own issues to Sparky's need to show how off children are, she has Lizzie decide that dirt would taste better with salt.

Summary: So would most of what Elly cooks but I wouldn't eat that either. I'd rather eat dirt that has pesticide runoff and animal poop in it first. It's healthier.
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