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Tuesday's Top Ten Comics for GETTING ORGANIZED

It's Get Organized Week. O.K., some of you already arE. But for the rest of us here at Comics Kingdom, we appreciate this reminder for us to get our act together. We hope you enjoy Tuesday's Top Ten Comics on GETTING ORGANIZED.

1. Gus opened a can of worms by asking Tina why women need a big purse. (comicskingdom.com)

Tina's Groove, April 09, 2016
Tina's Groove, April 09, 2016

2. Gwen assesses her messy quotient. (comicskingdom.com)

Intelligent Life, November 02, 2015
Intelligent Life, November 02, 2015

3. Hector tries to help Jeremy cope with his World Civilizations class. (comicskingdom.com)

Zits, October 19, 2015
Zits, October 19, 2015

4. When Rob needs some cash, he finds out exactly how organized Jill is. (comicskingdom.com)

The Pajama Diaries, January 28, 2015
The Pajama Diaries, January 28, 2015

5. Susan's review of her housekeeping chores brings her up short. (comicskingdom.com)

Between Friends, October 20, 2014
Between Friends, October 20, 2014

6. Zero has his own method for food storage. (comicskingdom.com)

Beetle Bailey, October 07, 2014
Beetle Bailey, October 07, 2014

7. Suzanne searches for the right freezer bags. (comicskingdom.com)

Tina's Groove, March 23, 2016
Tina's Groove, March 23, 2016

8. The Perfesser can't hide his surprise when the gang gets him a desk organizer as a present. (comicskingdom.com)

Shoe, December 25, 2015
Shoe, December 25, 2015

9. Grimmy has a suggestion for Mother Goose about organizing her shoes. (comicskingdom.com)

Mother Goose & Grimm, March 27, 2003
Mother Goose & Grimm, March 27, 2003

10. Maeve encourages Susan to take advantage of the soon-to-be empty nest. (comicskingdom.com)

link to comic: between-friends/2016-04-16 share link: http://bit.ly/2dhVBoQ caption: Between Friends, April 16, 2016

Between Friends, April 16, 2016
Between Friends, April 16, 2016

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