History ComicStrip / Pluggers

12th Jul '16 11:16:09 PM PaulA
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* PrintLongRunners: 20 years as of 2013.
12th Jul '16 11:15:10 PM PaulA
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''Pluggers'' can be read [[http://www.gocomics.com/pluggers/ here]]. It's also notable as one of the "favorite" strips of Blog/TheComicsCurmudgeon.

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''Pluggers'' can be read [[http://www.gocomics.com/pluggers/ here]]. It's also notable as one of the "favorite" strips of Blog/TheComicsCurmudgeon.
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** To take the confusion to massive levels, one strip says 'When a Plugger's wife uses the words "Honey" "Sweetie" and "Sugar Pie" he knows she's talking to the dog' yet the husband is a Dog. To quote Josh from Comics Curmudgeon. 'Seriously Pluggers, You have a lot of non-dogman characters you could have used for this joke. It's like you're trying to confuse us'

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** To take the confusion to massive levels, one strip says 'When a Plugger's wife uses the words "Honey" "Sweetie" and "Sugar Pie" he knows she's talking to the dog' yet the husband is a Dog. To quote Josh from Comics Curmudgeon. 'Seriously Pluggers, You have a lot of non-dogman characters you could have used for this joke. It's like you're trying to confuse us'
26th Feb '16 1:39:30 PM Mdumas43073
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In '''''Pluggers''''', a cast of FunnyAnimal characters illustrate reader-submitted one-liners about "Pluggers": working-class, mostly middle-aged, largely rural people who "unceremoniously keep plugging along, balancing work, play and family life." An example might be "You're a Plugger when the most expensive piece of clothing you own is an NFL jersey."

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In '''''Pluggers''''', ''Pluggers'', a cast of FunnyAnimal characters illustrate reader-submitted one-liners about "Pluggers": working-class, mostly middle-aged, largely rural people who "unceremoniously keep plugging along, balancing work, play and family life." An example might be "You're a Plugger when the most expensive piece of clothing you own is an NFL jersey."
19th Jan '16 1:05:28 AM Mdumas43073
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A single-panel NewspaperComic begun in 1993 by cartoonist Jeff [=MacNelly=], best known for his long-running comic strip ''ComicStrip/{{Shoe}}''.

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A single-panel NewspaperComic newspaper comic begun in 1993 by cartoonist Jeff [=MacNelly=], best known for his long-running comic strip ''ComicStrip/{{Shoe}}''.
15th Jan '16 12:14:16 AM Mdumas43073
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The strip can be read [[http://www.gocomics.com/pluggers/ here]]. It's also notable as one of the "favorite" strips of Blog/TheComicsCurmudgeon.

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The strip ''Pluggers'' can be read [[http://www.gocomics.com/pluggers/ here]]. It's also notable as one of the "favorite" strips of Blog/TheComicsCurmudgeon.
15th Jan '16 12:13:58 AM Mdumas43073
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The strip can be read [[http://www.gocomics.com/pluggers/ here]]. It's also notable as one of the favored targets of Blog/TheComicsCurmudgeon.

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The strip can be read [[http://www.gocomics.com/pluggers/ here]]. It's also notable as one of the favored targets "favorite" strips of Blog/TheComicsCurmudgeon.
15th Jan '16 12:12:51 AM Mdumas43073
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In ''Pluggers'', a cast of FunnyAnimal characters illustrate reader-submitted one-liners about "Pluggers": working-class, mostly middle-aged, largely rural people who "unceremoniously keep plugging along, balancing work, play and family life." An example might be "You're a Plugger when the most expensive piece of clothing you own is an NFL jersey."

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In ''Pluggers'', '''''Pluggers''''', a cast of FunnyAnimal characters illustrate reader-submitted one-liners about "Pluggers": working-class, mostly middle-aged, largely rural people who "unceremoniously keep plugging along, balancing work, play and family life." An example might be "You're a Plugger when the most expensive piece of clothing you own is an NFL jersey."
15th Jan '16 12:12:31 AM Mdumas43073
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In ''Pluggers'', a cast of FunnyAnimal characters illustrate reader-submitted one-liners about "Pluggers": working-class, largely rural people who "unceremoniously keep plugging along, balancing work, play and family life." An example might be "You're a Plugger when the most expensive piece of clothing you own is an NFL jersey."

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In ''Pluggers'', a cast of FunnyAnimal characters illustrate reader-submitted one-liners about "Pluggers": working-class, mostly middle-aged, largely rural people who "unceremoniously keep plugging along, balancing work, play and family life." An example might be "You're a Plugger when the most expensive piece of clothing you own is an NFL jersey."
15th Jan '16 12:11:36 AM Mdumas43073
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The strip can be read [[http://www.gocomics.com/pluggers/ here]]. It's one of the favored targets of Blog/TheComicsCurmudgeon.

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The strip can be read [[http://www.gocomics.com/pluggers/ here]]. It's also notable as one of the favored targets of Blog/TheComicsCurmudgeon.
15th Jan '16 12:08:33 AM Mdumas43073
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** For reference, common recurring themes in the comics are "Pluggers are [[FatSlob fat]]", "Pluggers are [[WorkingClassPeopleAreMorons dumb]]", "Pluggers are afraid of [[NewTechnologyIsEvil modern technology]]", "Pluggers are couch potatoes", "Pluggers are [[ThePigPen slobs]]", "[[DepartmentOfRedundancyDepartment Pluggers are fat]]", "Pluggers have [[{{Asexuality}} no sex drive]]", "Pluggers drive [[TheAllegedCar rattling junkheaps]]", "Pluggers have terrible diets", "Pluggers require constant medication to stay alive", "[[RuleOfThree Pluggers are fat]]", "Pluggers are [[TheScrooge cheapskates]]", "Pluggers have to [[ToiletHumour use the bathroom constantly]]", "Pluggers are old and out of touch", "Pluggers are always broke", and "[[OverlyLongGag Pluggers are fat]]".

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** For reference, common recurring themes in the comics are "Pluggers are [[FatSlob fat]]", "Pluggers are [[WorkingClassPeopleAreMorons dumb]]", "Pluggers are afraid of [[NewTechnologyIsEvil modern technology]]", "Pluggers are couch potatoes", "Pluggers are [[ThePigPen slobs]]", "[[DepartmentOfRedundancyDepartment Pluggers are fat]]", "Pluggers have [[{{Asexuality}} no sex drive]]", "Pluggers drive [[TheAllegedCar rattling junkheaps]]", "Pluggers have terrible diets", "Pluggers require constant medication to stay alive", "[[RuleOfThree Pluggers are fat]]", "Pluggers are [[TheScrooge cheapskates]]", "Pluggers have to [[ToiletHumour use the bathroom constantly]]", "Pluggers are [[GrumpyOldMan old and out of touch", touch]]", "Pluggers are always broke", and "[[OverlyLongGag Pluggers are fat]]".
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