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Comic #2975

1 Young Jamie: Wait. I'm getting a faint signal from 1933. Looks like a prototype teleport booth was activated briefly then.
2 Young Adam: Great! We can go back to then and kill Hitler before the war!
3 Young Jamie: It'll be dangerous.
3 Young Adam: Danger is my middle name.
4 Young Jamie: It is? Really?
4 Young Adam: There was a mysterious explosion right in the middle of my christening.

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I don't even like baklava that much. It's... too sweet.

It's not the pastry, or the nuts, or even the flavour of the honey. I like all of those things. It's just the sickly sweetness.

I read the other day that people lose their attraction to sweet foods as they get older.

Oh my god. Am I getting old?

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