See you in the funny papers, Blog Guy

February 25, 2008

grundy1.gifBlog Guy, do you accept e-mails from comic book characters? We saw one from Smurfette here recently, so we thought we would try.

We’re writing from Archie Comics. Our teacher, Miss Grundy, told us she went away for a week because she had to model at a big fashion show, but we think that old crone was really just down at the Econo Lodge, with Jughead. Can you check it out for us?

Betty and Veronica

I love hearing from cartoon characters. I’m always happy to have an animated discussion, as my perspective on life is two-dimensional at best. Your teacher is telling the truth. I did a computer visual analysis of every major fashion show in the world, and came up with this photo from Milan. Do you need any further proof?


A model displays a creation as part of Romeo Gigli Fall/Winter 2008/09 women’s show during Milan Fashion Week February 22, 2008. REUTERS/Alessandro Garofalo

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No, that’s Miss Hathaway by way of Ernestine.

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Carol Channing must be down on her luck!

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Go, Granny, GO!

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