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Dec 2, 1995
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Calvin: See and weirdness yet? Hobbes: How about this rock? It has a purple stripe.  Calvin: Hmmm...I guess that's a little weird.  Hobbes: We'll look for something weirder.  Calvin: What do you think of this stick?  Hobbes: It's a strange stick, but it's not a weird stick.  Calvin: It's too bad there aren't any good bugs out now.  Hobbes: Yes, bugs are usually weird.  Calvin: Hey, here's a bird feather.  Hobbes: It's pretty, but it's not weird.  Calvin: A bald bird would be weird.  Hobbes: I don't see one.  Calvin: Look! A ripped-up old kite! Some kid must have lost this last summer!  Phooey. The string broke here. I was hoping to find the kid's skeleton up a tree at the other end.  Hobbes: That would be weird.  Calvin: Well, let's go in. I'm cold.  Hobbes: Me too. I guess some days weirdness is hard to find.  Dad: My glasses are fogged and I can't blow my nose, but my heart rate is the envy of men half my age!  Calvin: Weirdness always starts at home.  Hobbes: Even when you look for it, you're never prepared for it.
Dec 4, 1995
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