Kwanzaa — good riddance to bad rubbish

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Please let the door hit it in the ass on its way out.

5 Responses to “Kwanzaa — good riddance to bad rubbish”

  1. Zardoz Says:

    Five or six years ago on a last second mission to get gift wrap from the local Wal Mart I grabbed a couple rolls of paper from the only bin that had anything left in it. It wasn’t until after I’d wrapped a couple packages that I noticed the discrete black script wishing me a “Happy Kwanzaa”. Oh well, paper is paper and no one really looks, right?

    I used it for a couple years before somebody finally asked what Kwanzaa was. I tried to explain it to them without too much success. What do you expect from a bunch of rural Scandinavians?

    Farewell Kwanzaa, you will not be missed.

    I’m more of a Festivus kinda guy anyway.

  2. The_Real_JeffS Says:

    Not completely gone, alas.

    But certainly circling the drain.

  3. The_Real_JeffS Says:

    Oddly enough, the same strip exhibits a split personality.

  4. Andrea Harris Says:

    Curtis was always a lame comic.

  5. The_Real_JeffS Says:

    I used to read it while I lived in Chicago, largely because it was in every newspaper there, and nearly unavoidable. Probably still is. But I confess that I had a certain fascination for it, largely because of its lameness, and attempts at “sending a message”, some good, some bad, but messed because of the lameness.

    When I left Chicago, I never even thought of that strip until I read this post. And now, I will endeavor to bury the memory again.

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