Smoking for Hobbes!
I can see it all now….
“Calvin!!! Did you get CLAY on this?! How am I supposed to wear this with CLAY on it?!!”
That Calvin…. that Hobbes…. they’re just the best characters for a good comic strip.
Hobbes just likes to say “smock”…smock smock smock.
Remember Dad, it was Hobbes’ idea.
I have a smock Hobbes I can give you ha haaaa
SMOCKMAN!!! An artiste must have his supplies!
Where have you been??? Welcome back! I’ve SO missed you. Bury the bodies…? It’s when you run out of room to bury ‘em; that’s when you need to worry.
@Lewreader: Welcome back! I read your comment number 19,341. Didn’t understand it until I read your updated bio. Sorry about the asylum. These things happen. You’re the 17th one this year.
If Hobbes is supposed to represent Calvin’s better side, just how evil is this six year old?
Hobbes’ smockStands out in the flockIt’s the best on the blockIt’s not for jocks
Looks more like a straight jacket than a smock..hmmmmm.
Dad will be up in arms!
If Susie shows up, Hobbes will want a smack (smooch) in the smock!
Clay never gets moldy!
“Don’t let the world around you squeeze you into its own mold…” (Romans 12:2a – Phillips)
Rocky and Bullwinkle alternate titles:If Calvin doesn’t resist Hobbes, he has ‘feet of clay’! …orIf Calvin accomplishes anything, he’ll have ‘feat of clay’!
@GretchensMom,I’m with you on Jeopardy!Answer: Alex TrebekQuestion: ?
On Dads shirt.Not a good idea Hobbes
I bet Dad’s going to be pretty angry!
Hobbes: “Smock, smock, smockity-smock SMOCK-smock, smock, smockity-smock SMOCK-smock smock…”
@Notsoastute,You got it! You’re not living up to your name!
LOL LOL. This made me laugh.
A massive 5/5!
That’s a great logo, Hobbes! I’m sure Dad will love it the next time he dresses for work. The boss sure will notice it.I missed Lewreader’s comment…Was it yesterday? Welcome back, Lewreader!
Hobbes with a ’tude – look out….
Hey!! Calvin and Hobbes!!! Can I play too?!? I don’t have a smock per se . . . but I do have a kitchen apron I can wear for the occasion that will probably work just as well . . . unless I can borrow one of your dad’s shirts too?!? ;-)
Hi, ho Steverino
Jazz Hands alert in box two. Repeat: Jazz Hands Warning.
Hobbes looks adorable in a smock!
Love Calvin and Hobbes and all their big words and grand ideas! Hobbes does art right, with all the proper accoutrements, even if it’s Dad’s best,/i> shirt.I can’t see Lewreader’s comments, not today or yesterday either. What’s up with that?
@lightenup, @wuz(2) one, and @Teresa: Never fear; Lewreader is still with us. Apparently his comment here from early this morning was flagged and deleted, but he is still visible elsewhere. For example, you can see his postings on today’s Dilbert Classics and Cul de Sac. Here is his profile page, where you can also read his updated bio:Lewreader
“smock smock” was Steve Allen’s line on the old Tonight Show in the early 1950s: ► 8:30► 8:30www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y2RakIfeYPI