Your Family Tree

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This came up in one of the webcomics I follow a couple of days ago:

Your Family Tree

in The Tree House by Greg Slade G2G6 Pilot (432k points)
Absolutely LUV it!  Is that artist *OUR* John Atkinson?

I don't know. But there's an "about" page on his web site that might help you figure out whether it's the same guy.

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+13 votes
I would be quite proud to be related to Blinky the Clown. That would be much more respectable than some of those Kings and Queens ...
by Alex Stronach G2G6 Pilot (312k points)
+12 votes
Way way way too close to the truth for me. The crazies, drunkies, and farmers are spot on. I might have to hunt just a tad for Blinky, but I'm sure he or she is out there. But your missing the kissing cousins, the notorious bastard child, and the illegal still moonshiners.
by Scott Fulkerson G2G Astronaut (1.1m points)
I haven't found anybody certifiably crazy up any of my family lines, so I'm pretty sure that the family crazy must be me.

I have someone who was in a psychiatry, I have farmers (a lot), my German grandma had a boyfriend who was a drinker and got a beatup of one of my Serbian uncles, and in one carnival my dad was going as a clown angel

I think my family fits in the description of the second family. 

+9 votes

Thanks for the smile.   I certainly can't argue with this observation...... but I seem to love them anyway.devil

by Peggy McReynolds G2G6 Pilot (426k points)
edited by Peggy McReynolds
I agree, Peggy! And I also got a chuckle from this one.
Totally agree with Peggy, definite smile maker.
+7 votes
That is hilarious. My kids, and when the day comes, grandkids. Will learn that when I was young. My parents had goats, chickens, pigs, and a steer. I also have lots of Drunkee McGee's in the family
by Paul Kreutz G2G6 Mach 5 (57.7k points)
Paul, I'm so excited to discover that we must be related because we had the same family!
+1 vote
Using newspapers, I discovered my grandfather raised Poland China pigs.  He also sold pears from his orchard for 40 cents a bushel in 1937, but by 1939 he was selling them for 50 and 75 cents per bushel.  It is interesting to discover what their farm may have been like
by Michelle Enke G2G6 Pilot (266k points)

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