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Old 24-11-2014, 16:51
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Old 25-11-2014, 16:55
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It never really feels like Christmas until you see 8 Ace trudging through the snow to Patel's Nano-Mart.
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Old 11-12-2014, 16:13
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Old 08-01-2015, 21:44
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The bald businessman made a reappearance in "We Need Feedy".
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Old 09-01-2015, 00:13
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The bald businessman made a reappearance in "We Need Feedy".
As much as I love Farmer & Healy I can't help but feel they missed the target on this one.

Ok, the joke was decent but the satire felt very Daily Mail. I know that could be deliberate but considering the way they normally nail this sort of thing it just feels a bit...
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Old 10-01-2015, 07:13
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It never really feels like Christmas until you see 8 Ace trudging through the snow to Patel's Nano-Mart.
Had exactly the same thought....

I've just finished reading Chris Donald's Rude Kid book for the third time. Razor sharp - it gets better every time round. I remember howling with laughter at his put down of Ben Elton...

What exactly is he up to these days? I may have it wrong but the last I can recall he was contributing part-time to Viz...
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Old 11-01-2015, 11:18
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As much as I love Farmer & Healy I can't help but feel they missed the target on this one.

Ok, the joke was decent but the satire felt very Daily Mail. I know that could be deliberate but considering the way they normally nail this sort of thing it just feels a bit...
I normally find their strips a bit TOO bleak ('We Blight Christmas' & 'Fixed Odds Betty' just about broke my heart) but to give them their due, they don't shy away from inappropriate/unfashionable truths - the Punchline/Last Frames of 'We Feed Needy' being one of those horrible accuracies.
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