dreadedcandiru2 (dreadedcandiru2) wrote in binky_betsy,

Tuesday, 3 October 2017

Now that we've established that Michael has this unhappy tendency to revise history in his favour, I return to the stand in order to usher in a zits-and-vacuuming arc about Autumn in what Lynn tends to forget is supposed to be SOUTHERN Ontario. While Farley would most definitely be feeling the stiff, frigid breeze he's dealing with in North Bay this time of the year, it's still rather warm in the GTA.

(Strip Number 1355, Original Publication Date, 3 October 1988)

Panel 1: We find Farley out on the front porch on (as indicated by leaves flying in the air) a cold, blustery autumn day.

Panel 2: He looks at us as if to ask "Do I need to be out here?"

Panel 3: He scratches the front door to indicate that he wants to be let in.

Panel 4: As John looks at a dog who looks as if he French-kissed a light socket, he asks Farley if it's too windy out.

Summary: Any notes will deflect the geography problem. Besides, this is just to establish that it's not warm any longer so proper young boys who love their mothers should wear hats and not worry about looking 'cool' because those scruffy little boys and horrid girls whom chaos-loving sons who want to impress so as to suppress Elly's opinion should NEVER get a vote.

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