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Think Ifruity: A Foxtrot Collection Paperback – February 1, 2000
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About the Author
- Publisher : Andrews McMeel Publishing; Illustrated edition (February 1, 2000)
- Language : English
- Paperback : 128 pages
- ISBN-10 : 0740704540
- ISBN-13 : 978-0740704543
- Reading age : 12 - 17 years
- Item Weight : 9.6 ounces
- Dimensions : 9 x 0.4 x 8.5 inches
- Best Sellers Rank: #923,641 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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"Think iFruity" is yet another fabulous FoxTrot collection that is 127 pages of fun-filled comic antics from Roger (the father), Andy (the wife), Peter (the oldest son), Paige (the daughter), and Jason (the youngest son who has a pet iguana). One of the main story points that surrounds this collection is when the family must buy a new computer, and to Jason's absolute horror it is an "iFruity." How will the family cope with the change? Will Jason lose his mind and trash the computer himself? You'll have to wait and see what happens.
Other funny scenarios included in this fine collection:
*Paige Defeats the Red Orb Guardian*
*Giving Up Coffee*
*Peter's Summer Gig ("Star Wars" Phobia)*
*The Paige Witch Project*
*Roger Quits Work (A Classic "Fox" Saga)*
Bill Amend has never failed to get more than a few laughs out of me with his funny characters. The strips are topical, witty, clever and downright hilarious. He never runs out of ideas or storylines, and he always uses his characters to their full potential. This collection is just as funny as the previous ones, if not more. I am never bored when reading FoxTrot, and I was never bored during my reading of this particular collection. A job well done on all fronts.
"Think iFruity" is another hilarious FoxTrot chapter that definitely needs to be a part of your FoxTrot collection. And if you have not read FoxTrot, the more reason to check this out! If you're looking for an entertaining read that won't take up a lot of your time, this FoxTrot collection is just the fix for you. A great read that will have you laughing from the start. -Michael Crane
"Think iFruity" is a collection of daily and Sunday FoxTrot comic strips. It starts with the dad, Roger, buying a Mobycom-2000 cell phone (think Titanic), and ends with Peter being disappointed with his Physics Lab. In between, the family gets their new "iFruit" computer (mango-kiwi, thank you), Roger goes a day without coffee (not a pretty sight), Paige fills her aquarium before taking it upstairs, and Jason kills off the Internet (makes the "I Love You" virus look like the sniffles).
Among all of the halarious one-day strips, outrageous series include:
-Paige vs. Red Orb Guardian
-Baseball's suprising spectators
-Where's the coffee???
-To Boonhurst...To the hospital...To Wall Street
Aren't intrigued yet to buy this book?
Funny but not quite as funny as some of the later years.