Non-church specific

Cartoons which don't have a church-related theme.

Asterisk

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[Additional tags to help searchers: advertisement, ad, poster, shop window, terms and conditions, lies, we do not tell the whole truth, shopping, account, cashback, interest, nonsense]

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Gadget

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[Additional tags to help searchers: gadget, phone, computer, telephone, headphones, ipod, work, annoying, annoy, idiot, beat, button, earpiece]

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Laundry

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[Additional tags to help searchers: unattended, laundry, washing, job, chore, task, overflow, overflowing, bin, basket]

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Environment

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[Additional tags to help searchers: save the environment do not fly when you can walk, transport, plane, aircraft, aeroplane, global warming]

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How bad things are

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[Additional tags to help searchers: graph, review, evidence, bad as they seem]

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If I had

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[Additional tags to help searchers: money, television, house, greed, large, watch, medium, big]

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Procastination

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[Additional tags to help searchers: monolith, procrastinate, computer, internet, dilly dally]

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Right and wrong

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[Additional tags to help searchers: right, wrong, grey area, perspex, box, museum, certain ]

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Stop ironing

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[Additional tags to help searchers: iron, ironed, clothes, environment, gloable warming, electricity, green]

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The heat

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[Additional tags to help searchers: sun, heater, gulf stream, hot, burn, burning, heating]

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