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Tuesday's Top Ten Comics on PRETZELS

Dear Loyal Royal Readers,

Today is National Pretzel Day. Thought to be the world's oldest snack, pretzels got their start in 610AD when monks in France baked thin strips of dough into the shape of a child's arms folded in prayer. Today, whether they're crisp and crunchy, or soft, thick or thin, straight or twisted, salted, unsalted, mustard flavored or covered in chocolate, pretzels come in myriad delicious varieties. So grab a handful of your favorite kind and enjoy Tuesday's Top Ten Comics on PRETZELS.

1. Whatever it takes to get by, soft pretzels help (comicskingdom.com).

The Pajama Diaries, July 25, 2015
The Pajama Diaries, July 25, 2015

2. Loretta calls Leroy the original hybrid (comicskingdom.com).

The Lockhorns, July 21, 2008
The Lockhorns, July 21, 2008

3. Tweetie teaches Tillman a valuable lesson (comicskingdom.com).

Take It From the Tinkersons, September 30, 2015
Take It From the Tinkersons, September 30, 2015

4. Mooch has his act together when it comes to TV viewing (comicskingdom.com).

Mutts, November 10, 2014
Mutts, November 10, 2014

5. Dolly thinks Mommy can fix just about anything (comicskingdom.com).

Family CIrcus, May 26, 2015
Family CIrcus, May 26, 2015

6. Jill researches the symptoms of her medical condition (comicskingdom.com).

The Pajama Diaries, December 12, 2007
The Pajama Diaries, December 12, 2007

7. Tubby knows what's good to eat (comicskingdom.com).

Take It From the Tinkersons, February 3, 2016
Take It From the Tinkersons, February 3, 2016

8. Everybody has their favorite kind of pretzel (comicskingdom.com).

Six Chix, May 9, 2012
Six Chix, May 9, 2012

9. Connie realizes Jeremy has a huge appetite for pretzels (comicskingdom.com).

Zits, March 20, 2015
Zits, March 20, 2015

10. Passengers realize they're on a no frills flight (comicskingdom.com).

Six Chix, May 23, 2007
Six Chix, May 23, 2007

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