RED MEAT slappin' the shrimp on Barbie (the grill next door). from the secret files of max cannon
I met a woman on the bus yesterday, and we hit it off real well. 'Til she ditched me anyway.
We were getting along great until she states "this is where I get off".
And all I said was "me too, but I prefer to be a little closer to the back of the bus".
2001-05-18 22:36:30By Rakfink

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9Scares me that I think Earl lives in my town... and rides my bus.
8Heh heh..crz
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8I've actually used a similar line on bus women. --VX
8You know, I think I've sat next to Earl.
7"I don' mean t' cause no fuss..." (Hangdog)
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7Saw it coming. Still funny.
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7Yuck!
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7Sir Fink, you are a devilish author. Nice work. - murphy
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6+1 for tag --TRT
6A bit predictable, but a lot Earl. -PB
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6This could be SO much better
6"States"? Okay as-is, though.
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6Tha-dump-ching! -- SG
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6Until you've lived in Chicago, this seems impossible. Vaca
6eeew
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6The jokes are good but convoluted. Great tag!!!
6Good, but saw it coming, so to speak
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5predictable and I don't get the use of "anyway" in panel 1. Preloggy
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5bah DUM bump -bbg
4old joke.
4Too close to the very old "when do you get off?" bartender joke
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4dreadful joke; even Earl can't save it. -FV
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3Only heard this in 7th grade, and the language isn't Early in 2 and 3
3Not subtle enough for Red Meat. --OQP
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