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Tuesday's Top Ten Comics on FRIENDSHIP

Dear Loyal Royal Readers,

It's Friendship Week, the perfect time to remind people of all ages what a vital role friendship plays in our lives. Created by teachers, the week has been used to instruct students on how to reach out to each other instead of bullying. In celebration of Friendship Week, think about reaching out to a friend you haven’t spoken to recently. Try to make a new friend at work or school. And while you're at it, we hope you'll enjoy Tuesday's Top Ten Comics on FRIENDSHIP.

1. Selfie sticks make no sense to Ed. (comicskingdom.com)

Dustin, August 02, 2016
Dustin, August 02, 2016

2. After all, what are friends for? (comicskingdom.com)

Tina's Groove, July 21, 2016
Tina's Groove, July 21, 2016

3. Summer brings the separation blues for Hil and her friends. (comicskingdom.com)

Sally Forth, July 02, 2016
Sally Forth, July 02, 2016

4. Jeremy gets permission to take a weekend trip with his friends. Almost... (comicskingdom.com)

Zits, June 30, 2016
Zits, June 30, 2016

5. Frank sets Oscar straight about the meaning of friendship. (comicskingdom.com).

Arctic Circle, June 27, 2016
Arctic Circle, June 27, 2016

6. When it comes to friends, social media can have a devastating effect. (comicskingdom.com)

The Pajama Diaries, June 18, 2016
The Pajama Diaries, June 18, 2016

7. Sometimes that name just won't come to you. (comicskingdom.com)

Take It From the Tinkersons June 18, 2016
Take It From the Tinkersons June 18, 2016

8. Loretta shares the Lockhorns' vacation photos with friends. (comicskingdom.com)

The Lockhorns, May 05, 2016
The Lockhorns, May 05, 2016

9. The new manager certainly isn't earning any Brownie points with Marla. (comicskingdom.com)

Retail, April 15, 2016
Retail, April 15, 2016

10. Little brothers don't always make the best confidants. (comicskingdom.com)

Baby Blues, April 07, 2016
Baby Blues, April 07, 2016

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