2 -and by MORT WALKER and DIK BROWNE Â© King Fenturw Syndicate, Jnc.. 1972. World rights MICKEY FINN yoU'VE INVITED PHIL FINN OVER FOR. PINNER? YES, DEAR.' HE. TOLD ME HIS WIFE WENT TO A CHARITX AFFAIR IN CONNECTICUT/ FOR TWENTY LONG YEARS I'VE, SLAVED IN A HOT KITCHEN/ 1 HERE I'VE GIVEN YOU THE BSST A WE GO YEARS OFMUPE! ^ AGAJN* BUT HE WON'T \HALF AN HOUR?/ X ] BE HERE FOR J DON'T HAVE AN? HALF AN HOUR/ DINNER! I INTENDED OPEN A CAN TUNA FISH/ AHO FOR WHAT/ THAT PHIL FINN WILL ! IVSLL, By Lank Leonard AND THIS HOUSE ISA Mess.f WELL--YOU SHOULD CLEAN IT UP ONCE IN A WHILE/ LET MS TELL YOU SOMETHING. MISTER MULLIGAN--OTHER WIVES HA VE HIRED HELP TO DO THEIR CLEANING" I'M GOING HOME TO MOTHER, t MAY NEVER BY SOLLY, THAT WAS A OELIC/OUS STEAK, MULLIGAN--BUT VDU SHOULDN'T HAVE BROUGHT ME TO SUCH AN EXPENSIVE PLACE/ I'M IN A MOOP JO CELEBRATE, PHIL-- AND NOTHIN 1 15 s TOO 6000 FOR YOU./ (STEAK ?USE "I con haul it away for 10 bucks, or you could paint If green and planf flowers in it." "Now, isn't this better than a second honeymoon?" "I 'd better take Stanley'home. Hit swosh is beginning to buckle." 'Let s try you on this scale. It's suspicious that you lost 10 pounds just when you fixed our bathroom scale." "You've led a very sheltered life if you think he's howling at the moon."
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