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Makes you wonder what he'd do for a Klondike Bar.

Reveal he's a cat lover.

In the middle of a GODC function.

By bringing in and smooching Sabrina.

then getting maimed by Fido

Nah, he'd be so jealously incensed, he'd reveal himself a cat lover first, creating the mass hysteria Peter Venkman warned us about. ;3

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Grape's revenge will be swift, vicious and hilarious. She is always adorable when she gets angry.

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...don't cats wash themselves?

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What the heck is "SIDLE SIDLE"

A synonym for "to sneak".

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Peanut is terribly sneaky there ^_^ I guess he's a bit more clever than he usually lets on, eh?
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...don't cats wash themselves?

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What the heck is "SIDLE SIDLE"

A synonym for "to sneak".


They do to an extent, but it's not nearly as effective as a good bath. Besides, I think it would be against Rick's established rating to show Grape cleaning herself ;D

And while sidling here does apply to sneaking, it generally means moving towards something inconspicuously. This can be sneaking or a move to flirt or many other things.


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Peanut is terribly sneaky there ^_^ I guess he's a bit more clever than he usually lets on, eh?
Liam wrote:
...don't cats wash themselves?

machchunk wrote:
What the heck is "SIDLE SIDLE"

A synonym for "to sneak".


They do to an extent, but it's not nearly as effective as a good bath. Besides, I think it would be against Rick's established rating to show Grape cleaning herself ;D

And while sidling here does apply to sneaking, it generally means moving towards something inconspicuously. This can be sneaking or a move to flirt or many other things.
What's wrong with her cleaning herself? I don't see why it would be inappropriate. Evidently, neither does Rick.

And "SIDLE SIDLE" is an unsound effect.

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It's like *face* or *monocle* in VG Cats.

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scrubbing fur stains out from spilled juice certainly would be a good thing for Mrs. Sandwich =P

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O_o Peanut managed to trick Grape. Suits her well for taking his money on the bet, and betting only half of it with Max!

Yeah, a dollar... great >_>

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A Dollars worth of writing paper!

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A dollar is more than I have!

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How could you Peanut? How could you betray Grape just for one dollar?

But Grape will remember this. I'm sure that she will think of some nasty revenge.

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...Isn't Peanut a dog? Shouldn't he be able to smell her and make for a really boring game?


That would be cheating ;)

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Peanut isn't very good at economics, that's for sure.

Could've been five.

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But Grape will remember this. I'm sure that she will think of some nasty revenge.
Wake him up at 4:00 in the morning by shouting his name.

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it turns out that underneath all that purple, she's actually orange

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Widely beleived fact.

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it turns out that underneath all that purple, she's actually orange

Or it could be a bar of orange soap!

Why not pet shampoo, I wonder? Although, with two pets, that could end up costing a fortune, seeing as in the HP world, there's a whole lot more pet to wash.

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Plus it costs a dollar just to get your cat in the bathroom!

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it turns out that underneath all that purple, she's actually orange

Or it could be a bar of orange soap!

Why not pet shampoo, I wonder? Although, with two pets, that could end up costing a fortune, seeing as in the HP world, there's a whole lot more pet to wash.

It's a special bar of soap: Hammer, the pet body soap.

I would put a satirical logo, but Axe tends to be above forum rating in that respect.

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it turns out that underneath all that purple, she's actually orange

Or it could be a bar of orange soap!

Why not pet shampoo, I wonder? Although, with two pets, that could end up costing a fortune, seeing as in the HP world, there's a whole lot more pet to wash.

It's a special bar of soap: Hammer, the pet body soap.

I would put a satirical logo, but Axe tends to be above forum rating in that respect.

Theres Axe stuff to clean your... Well...
I'm to afraid to even just reference.

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Theres Axe stuff to clean your... Well...
I'm to afraid to even just reference.

My point exactly.

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That's what I get for watching TruTV, even though that World's Dumbest is the best so ever.

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Axe does take it a step too far.

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Heh, this comic reminds me of playing hide and seek with my brother when we were kids...he would almost always hide in the bathroom.


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This was sort of based off one time when I was a kid, I managed to avoid all hide and seek detection by hiding in the cabinet under the bathroom sink.

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Rick, that is genius! I never had anywhere to hide in my house :(

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This was sort of based off one time when I was a kid, I managed to avoid all hide and seek detection by hiding in the cabinet under the bathroom sink.

As always, Rick has all the good ideas.
I like to throw small things to distract so i can make it to the "Base" if there is one. When i was a bit younger.

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This was sort of based off one time when I was a kid, I managed to avoid all hide and seek detection by hiding in the cabinet under the bathroom sink.


I'd stand on top of the sink...

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This was sort of based off one time when I was a kid, I managed to avoid all hide and seek detection by hiding in the cabinet under the bathroom sink.


I'd stand on top of the sink...

Win.
okay not really
Even though it is funny when you are in plain sight pretty much, and they don't see you.

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Outside and at night, you'd be surprised how easily shadows can be used to hide in people's line of sight.
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rickgriffin wrote:
This was sort of based off one time when I was a kid, I managed to avoid all hide and seek detection by hiding in the cabinet under the bathroom sink.

As always, Rick has all the good ideas.
I like to throw small things to distract so i can make it to the "Base" if there is one. When i was a bit younger.
Sounds like ghosts in the graveyard to me. I would just hide in plain sight in the most high-up and hard-to-reach place possible so I get seen instantly but the person who's "it" figures I'm not worth the trouble, so I'd be able to run to the safe zone right when they went for other prey.

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Not really what Sleet said, i would just make it seem like someone is trying to run for it.

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This was sort of based off one time when I was a kid, I managed to avoid all hide and seek detection by hiding in the cabinet under the bathroom sink.

mmm, delicious drain cleaner

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It's directly responsible for the comic, you know.

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Everything makes sense now!

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When I was little I was the Hide&Seek king. We had this big dresser with deep drawers, and I was able to climb in and slide it shut with myself inside. We would always count to 200 just so everyone could fine awesome hiding places.

When you guys played was moving illegal or not? I honestly forget what we did :/

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rickgriffin wrote:
This was sort of based off one time when I was a kid, I managed to avoid all hide and seek detection by hiding in the cabinet under the bathroom sink.

Heh. I had an entire team of people looking for me once, when I hid under my sister's bedsheets. They didn't look there because it looked entirely natural; the bed was usually messy. XD

Apparently, there ARE advantages to never ever making your bed.

Oh, and I've also capitalized on the, "People don't look up" factor, laying myself down ON TOP of monkey bars once. It was a night game of hide and seek...Do you know how funny it is to Sam Fisher someone? They jumped higher than the distance I fell when I fell down next to them, I swear.

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I was once briefly detained by a police officer for playing hide and seek in a local cemetary. He ultimately released me and my friend, issuing criminal trespass warnings.

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Yeah...

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It warms my heart to observe that despite the fact that so many of us are adults, none of us are adults.

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rickgriffin wrote:
This was sort of based off one time when I was a kid, I managed to avoid all hide and seek detection by hiding in the cabinet under the bathroom sink.

Heh. I had an entire team of people looking for me once, when I hid under my sister's bedsheets. They didn't look there because it looked entirely natural; the bed was usually messy. XD

Apparently, there ARE advantages to never ever making your bed.

Oh, and I've also capitalized on the, "People don't look up" factor, laying myself down ON TOP of monkey bars once. It was a night game of hide and seek...Do you know how funny it is to Sam Fisher someone? They jumped higher than the distance I fell when I fell down next to them, I swear.

Ah, That is so fun to do. Just seeing them react.

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Hide and go Seek, lol. I was always that kid who was really cheap, and found a hiding place 30 feet away from the "base." But we got rid of base after a while.

We'd always play at night, and always at least 3 of us would just wear dark clothes and lie down on the grass, trying to be as quiet as possible.


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