Last Call
  • RichterShale
    October 6, 2009

    I have flannel pajamas. I often dream of Olympia.

  • Nny
    October 6, 2009

    Like Where The Wild Things Are, Transformers, and Xmen. Now that theyre movies suddenly everyone everywhere is and has been a hardcore fan of them and now theyre angry that deadpool was not portrayed accuratly. little do they know that theyre just bandwagon fans. i didnt care then and i still dont. although Where The Wild Things Are brings a twinge of nostalgia

  • Oliver
    October 6, 2009

    Flannel is back? Great, I’ll grow my hair, stop shaving and write angsty songs. I guess the shirts are still in the back of the closet, somewhere.

  • Jenn
    October 6, 2009

    Flannel went out of style? What have my girlfriend and I been thinking?!

  • rocketbride
    October 6, 2009

    i just changed to flannel sheets this past weekend. for me, flannel is less about nostalgia and more about keeping warm in an ontario winter without spending a billion dollars on my heating bill. although i *did* used to rock the blue plaid flannel shirt in 1993.

  • ken
    October 6, 2009

    been rockin the flannel the whole way through and even got the elbow holes to prove it

  • Thrifty Beatnik
    October 6, 2009

    Though I put off seeling out…. this is weirdly coincidental. Why do these cretins insist on wearing what I can only refer to as spitwash material.

    So Camden town 2004….

  • John K
    October 6, 2009

    we have pretty much given up on remembering WW1, so maybe that will come back….

  • Twisted_Colour
    October 7, 2009

    In my world flannel never went out.

  • porkopolis
    October 7, 2009

    I read Girl’s statement in panel #8 and thought – I’ve commented (quoted) on a similar thought here before, “the secret is to learn how to stop remembering…” See: “Remembering.” And the I realized I am _remembering_ about the concept that I should be trying to forget more stuff… Drat!

  • Tommy The Brat
    October 7, 2009

    “Though I put off seeling out…. this is weirdly coincidental. Why do these cretins insist on wearing what I can only refer to as spitwash material.”

    Well that’s all part of the appeal for me.

  • Chris Kuan
    October 7, 2009

    My new trousers are flannel. So comfy.

  • Brainz
    October 7, 2009

    It may be too early to remember something, but it’s never too early to sell it:

  • ongre
    October 7, 2009

    Watch “All quiet On The Western Front” for a frightful awakening. Read “Time Enough For Love” a fine book.
    My father was in the British Army in WW I, Frankly I am very glad he made it, it sucked.

  • Sev
    October 11, 2009

    I wore Flannel when I was a kid, at the height of its fashionability.

    But, growing up in rural Texas, I was totally unaware of its momentary desirability. By the time I realized it was cool (well, hot, but) I’d moved on to plain t-shirts. Now I live across from Seattle, and don’t own any flannel anything anymore.

    Is it a cool thing now to wear a white t-shirt under a coloured one? I’ve started doing that lately on account of comfiness.

  • Golux
    October 7, 2013

    #8 About how Kurt Vonnegut put it about waiting to write about his war experiences prior to writing “Slaughter House Five”.

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