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Tuesday's Top Ten Comics on Grandmothers

This week is Grandmother's Day! Enjoy some home-made cookies and enjoy this week's Tuesday's Top Ten Comics.

1. Buying birthday cards for grandparents can be hard. Fitch was clever enough to find a way! comicskingdom.com

Dustin, August 16, 2015
Dustin, August 16, 2015

2. This explanation for grandmotherly indulgence may seem farfetched, but you can't argue with the science! comicskingdom.com

Rhymes With Orange, August 16, 2015
Rhymes With Orange, August 16, 2015

3. Marvin gives some quasi-legal advice. Grandmothers can be fierce advocates! comicskingdom.com

Marvin, November 10, 2016
Marvin, November 10, 2016

4. In the grim darkness of the fairytale future, there are only telephone salesmen. comicskingdom.com

Carpe Diem, July 16, 2016
Carpe Diem, July 16, 2016

5. Oscar discovers some of the newer online shopping options. Ed, meanwhile, uses the opportunity to be unkind. comicskingdom.com

Arctic Circle, January 6, 2016
Arctic Circle, January 6, 2016

6. Curtis learns that Heart-Throb lives with his grandmother. It seems mostly good, but there are some downsides! comicskingdom.com

Curtis, May 14, 2015
Curtis, May 14, 2015

7. You'd be surprised be surprised how many fields of scientific study fail when applied to grandmothers! comicskingdom.com

Rhymes With Orange, January 17, 2016
Rhymes With Orange, January 17, 2016

8. Today's homey marketing and advertising might be getting a little out of hand. comicskingdom.com

Six Chix, March 23, 2015
Six Chix, March 23, 2015

9. Lots of people face rejection on facebook sometimes. Not many of us have it as bad as Carl! comicskingdom.com

Marvin, October 18, 2015
Marvin, October 18, 2015

10. Nancy is discovering some of the downsides of parenthood. Being the "young grandma" doesn't sound so bad! comicskingdom.com

Pajama Diaries, October 23, 2014
Pajama Diaries, October 23, 2014

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