Actually no, calling yourself a genius raises expectation and increases your chances of running off a cliff.
Glad to see Calvin’s hair grow back so quickly.
I’ll try that when I file my 2017 Income Tax return.
Now put ‘Calvin the Super Awesome Genius’.
Reminds me of the Bugs Bunny vs Wiley Coyote cartoons where Wiley talks and calls himself a “super genius” till the end when Bugs outfoxes him every time. He does say one last thing. “High, my-name-is-MUD” and falls flat on his face.
If Calvin thinks that Miss Wormwood will become more charitable, he is certainly no genius.
Thank you GoComics for ending the “Featured Comment” stuff.
Setting the bar real high for yourself, there, lazy Calvin.
It’s like art. Sign you name with a pretentious French name, and people will gush over your “masterpiece”.
He’s been watching too many Bugs Bunny cartoons. (Wile E. Coyote, Super Genius)
Wait, Calvin finished a report?
Wile E. Coyote. Super genius.
How about “Calvin, the kid who can grow an entire head of hair back in one day”.
I would be more skeptical. If I found that what I was grading was truly written by a genius, I’d be floored.
Hmm… he doesn’t really need the carat ^ character to insert “Super” since there’s so much space in the margin.
Calvin the Genius?
You need glasses then. All geniuses wear glasses.
Calvin will find out his world view is under estimated. He would know that if he were a super genius. Very few exist in reality.
My reports returned so many A+s that I signed, “Magnum Opus”. That is till Prof returned one replied, "Feces Bulla.
A good laugh maybe, but not charitably.