Emotional damage…the gift that keeps giving.
“Oh come on! This is my birthday present EVERY year!”
Well duh! No way your crappy genes could produce _this_, Jerry!
As soon as I saw the first panel, I guessed that the kid would be adopted, the twist was that obvious.
Fourth panel is the kid saying she can’t read.
30 years and NOW you tell him!
Sweet! I’m so glad the orphanage manager finally found a family for her! (XD)
Girl: Now I want presents for my adoptionday too.
Hey ToonHole guys! Have you disabled middle and right clicking on your site?
I understand that it (mostly!) prevents pirating your comics, but it’s also preventing copying/pasting in the comments (not even possible using keyboard shortcuts!), following links into new tabs and windows, and fast scrolling around the pages.
Ahhh, you’re right. strange. We’re in the process of some stuff. It should be working again now for the time being till we get it right.
Excellent. Hope you find the winning solution soon.
Yes, I was. And it meant that instead of living with a meth head and an alcoholic, I got to live with people who loved me. Adoption works.
This was kind of heart-warming, actually.
Despite the absurd exaggeration of conveying the message, he did tell the little girl he loved her, and talked about the importance of being honest.
So what? If you love your kids and spend all day with them what’s the deal with being adopted? Some people don’t seem to know what parental love truly is, it isn’t a biological thing.
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