School is out; please drive carefully

19 Responses to School is out; please drive carefully

  1. Tricia says:

    That’s hilarious and sadly too true!

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  2. Willow says:

    I want to know why there is a piece of pie on the ground. ^_^

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    • Willow says:

      And dynamite on the roof… is this one of those “find these objects” kind of drawings? I found two! hahaha The kids in our neighborhood are our on their motorbikes — I think I’d prefer them on their cell phones. Way quieter.

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      • Piraro is notorious for putting seemingly random things into his cartoons. One of my readers once linked to an article that explained the significance of them. I’ll have to see if I can find it.

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        • Willow says:

          Interesting. I probably wouldn’t have noticed them if I hadn’t been so obsessed with the “find the object” kind of pictures when I was a kid. 🙂

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      • Abigail says:

        I didn’t notice the pie or the dynamite until you mentioned them. Now I’m looking for oddities. Is that a bird hanging from a tree upside-down?

        I imagine that they have some symbolic significance, as Bluebird noted. Perhaps the bird in the tree represents the upside-down quality of online relationships, as experienced through Twitter?

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        • I didn’t notice them, and that’s in spite of the fact that I know Piraro has a habit of doing this. But then I frequently fail to see what’s right in front of my face. I have blundered through most of my life not noticing things that are completely obvious to almost everyone else.

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  3. bydesign001 says:

    My grandson does not get out of school until the 20th. Unfortunately for “J”, it is because of all this technology that he ended up with failing grades, the result of which was spending the past four weekends at my house with me prepping him for his finals and lecturing him about his homework. I even made him do and submit every missing homework assignment. (His parents should be so cruel.)

    I’m not sure but I believe that thing finally came to a head yesterday when for the first time ever, he wanted to know what time he could board the bus to go home.

    Lucky for him (and me), finals are this week. I suspect that it will be a few weeks before I see him again since I banned him from accessing technology (especially that frigging, Roblox), social media and YouTube.

    Technology is a curse.

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  4. Pity they can’t have their heads buried in a book instead of these accursed mobile/cell phones.

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  5. Hilarious but strangely fitting these days. 😀 — Suzanne

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  6. V.M.Sang says:

    What I don’t get is that they’ve just spent all day with their friends, but still need to text something. So what’s that important they’ve not said all day?
    Sorry, my age is showing. :o)

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  7. Will S. says:

    Reblogged this on Will S.' Sunny Side Blog.

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