Peanuts by Charles Schulz


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  1. jbott566

    jbott566 said, about 5 years ago

    Peppermint patty Welcome to the Strip

  2. Len Henderson

    Len Henderson said, almost 5 years ago

    Peppermint patty!

  3. oldmanbob

    oldmanbob said, almost 5 years ago

    Pappermint Patty. :)

  4. supersexyghotmew95

    supersexyghotmew95 said, over 4 years ago

    HI PATTY2!

  5. CartoonDog90

    CartoonDog90 said, over 3 years ago

    This is the first appearance of Peppermint Patty. Along with Roy, she lived in a neighborhood different from Charlie Brown’s. Patty began as a friendly rival to Charlie Brown and his baseball team. She gained other traits such as flunking school and having a crush on Charlie Brown. She kept her tomboyish trait throughout the years, and other characters often mistaken her for a boy.
    Schulz created Peppermint Patty after he looked at a dish of peppermint candies. There is this story of Schulz wanting to write a strip separate from “Peanuts” featuring the character. That would’ve been cool.

  6. MrJamie1062

    MrJamie1062 said, over 3 years ago

    Yes, this cartoon did mark Peppermint Patty’s debut.

  7. Robert Ivey

    Robert Ivey said, about 3 years ago

    Do it, Roy, it’ll be worth it.

  8. TheSoundDefense

    TheSoundDefense said, almost 3 years ago

    Unfortunately for Patty, the definition of “swinger” has changed a bit over 45 years.

  9. Noctis9

    Noctis9 said, about 2 years ago

    Patty the second!

  10. Noctis9

    Noctis9 said, about 2 years ago

    When Marcie appears?

  11. MrJamie1062

    MrJamie1062 said, almost 2 years ago


    It would be another five years until she would join the strip(although only “part-time,”at first, until 1973, when she had become “full-time”in Peanuts), anyway, she and PP would meet at summer camp, in summer 1971, and hit it off instantly(despite the fact that Marcie would ALWAYS call PP “sir,”in spite of PP’s gender.)

  12. davidf42

    davidf42 said, 12 months ago

    Here is a list of the Peanuts kids and pets introduced so far, in the order of their appearance, along with the dates.
    1. Shermy – 10-02-50
    2. Patti – 10-02-50
    3. Charlie Brown – 10-02-50
    4. Snoopy – 10-04-50
    5. Violet Gray – 02-07-51
    6. Schroeder – 05-30-51
    7. Lucy Van Pelt – 03-03-52
    8. Linus Van Pelt – 09-19-52
    9. Pigpen – 07-13-54
    10. Charlotte Braun – 11-30-54
    11. Sally Brown – 08-23-59
    12. Frieda – 03-06-61
    13. Faron – 05-23-61
    14. Little Red Haired Girl – 11-19-61
    15. 555 95472 – 09-30-63
    16. 3 95472 – 10-17-63
    17. 4 95472 – 10-17-63
    18. Roy – 06-11-65
    19. Peppermint Patty – 08-22-66

  13. MrJamie1062

    MrJamie1062 said, 3 months ago

    Happy 50th birthday, Peppermint Patty! Yup, it was 50 years ago today,which is indeed August 22, 2016, when Schulz had created Peppermint Patty for Peanuts, and this strip was published.

  14. MrJamie1062

    MrJamie1062 said, 3 months ago


    Yes, I imagine it has changed greatly, now over the past 50 years, since Peppermint Patty said that about herself, 50 years ago today.

  15. jtyroler

    jtyroler said, about 1 month ago

    There was a movie around this time starring Ann-Margaret called “The Swinger,” in which she tried pretending that she was a sexually adventurous young woman going to orgies, etc.

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