Peanuts by Charles Schulz


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  1. Jo Clear (aka: Grasshopper)

    Jo Clear (aka: Grasshopper) said, 4 months ago

    I dont know Charles, it has not worked too well for me…

  2. jkl555

    jkl555 said, 4 months ago

    I love these philosophical moments in Peanuts.

  3. bachsuitetwo

    bachsuitetwo said, 4 months ago

    sorry, but there just is no such word as “awhile.” two words. always. that’s the way it is.

  4. Cooncat

    Cooncat said, 4 months ago


    Funny … it’s listed as a word in my Oxford concise dictionary …

  5. ajnotales

    ajnotales said, 4 months ago

    20-30 years should be enough time, but I’ll let you know for sure in another 10…

  6. Citizen GROG!

    Citizen GROG! GoComics PRO Member said, 4 months ago

    Problems never go away all by themselves, Charlie Brown.

  7. MrMartianMan

    MrMartianMan GoComics PRO Member said, 4 months ago

    wonder what made Linus ask this…what could be troubling him?

  8. K.C. Fahel

    K.C. Fahel said, 4 months ago


    I feel that way about “alot”. My 3rd grader showed me her homework one day, and I said, "Thank you for remembering that “a lot” is 2 words!"

  9. JohnDiFool

    JohnDiFool said, 4 months ago

    Sadly, most people take that final option…

  10. anjumahmed

    anjumahmed GoComics PRO Member said, 4 months ago


    Probably contemplating jumping town under the threat by using up all of Lucy’s blue crayons yesterday.

  11. davidf42

    davidf42 said, 4 months ago

    Here’s what Wictionary says about it –

    Since awhile means “for a while,” it is never used with a preceding preposition, as one is already included. When preceded by a preposition, the correct form is “a while,” as two words, as in “once in a while.” Compare “sit with me awhile” and “sit with me for a while”.

  12. Jaddis

    Jaddis said, 4 months ago


    re: Wonder what made Linus ask this?

    Probably a long division problem at school.

  13. gmartin997

    gmartin997 GoComics PRO Member said, 4 months ago

    Indecision is a decision in itself.

  14. StCleve72

    StCleve72 said, 4 months ago

    Or to paraphrase Charlie Brown: Always put off for tomorrow what you don’t want to do today. Maybe it’ll take care of itself somehow. (that works on occasion).

  15. Aaron Saltzer

    Aaron Saltzer said, 4 months ago

    @Jo Clear (aka: Grasshopper)

    Dismissing your problems does not make them go away.

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