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"Tuttle's" by Sam
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People who are bad at telling jokes are a never-ending source of humor.
Lighter than Air?
I love all the people who don’t get the joke in the first panel.
Do You Smell?
I find it interesting that, as dumb as Pete is, he still knows words like olfactory and plantar.
One of our nurses says this really does work to combat edema. The cabbage; not necessarily the cole slaw.
I’ve tried to make this joke in conversation, but so far no go. Don’t know if the strip worked either as I haven’t heard from anyone on it.
And they homeschool.
Drawing for Gifts
Anyone out there know the significance of that child’s name?
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How to Tell a Joke
What do you call an Aggie after graduation? Boss.
Post It Socially Introvert!
The one I don’t get is when people find it necessary to post a pic of their food. Who do they think cares? Are they (when I’m not looking) saying, “Oh look! Rachel posted a picture of an Allsup’s burrito that just looks divine!!”?
Versed in the Classics
There are shows on TV now that are good, but not a one of them is as good as
The Rockford Files
. Every episode is like a well-crafted movie and James Garner was just the king! BTW, you talk to homeschool kids and you’ll find that they know history (and most subjects) better than their public school counterparts
they know how to talk to adults.