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Cul de Sac - Sunday March 25, 2018 Comic Strip Licensing and Permissions

Cul de Sac - Sunday March 25, 2018 Comic Strip
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CUL DE SAC © Richard Thompson. Dist. By ANDREWS MCMEEL SYNDICATION. Reprinted with permission. All rights reserved.

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alice: Petey, what's that? Petey: It's an oral report for my social studies interactive verbal skill acquisition learning module on ancient egypt. alice: oh! read it to me! Petey: Ahem, "ancient egypt." an oral report by peter otterloop. in ancient egypt there were many deities. like ray, the sun god, who had a head like a falcon. and hokh ptui, the water god, whose drooling created the nile. ancient egyptians were rightly proud of their mummies, which were made by taking one high ranking dead person, extracting his brains through his nose with a buttonhook, and stuffing him with mayonnaise and garlic, plus some expensive trinkets to impress the other mummies. alice: That was great. hey, do we have a buttonhook around the house? petey: no, and i've looked everywhere.