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Calvin and Hobbes by Bill Watterson

Calvin and Hobbes

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  1. ds133 commented on Garfield almost 4 years ago

    I always use this argument when my roommate tries to get me to go on a run with her. After all, the only reason I can see to run is if someone is chasing you, or you are chasing something worth running after.

  2. ds133 commented on Adam@Home almost 4 years ago

    I love how they shed candy wrappers as they run.

  3. ds133 commented on Cul de Sac almost 4 years ago

    I wonder where mimes fall in the levels of creepiness?

  4. ds133 commented on Cul de Sac about 4 years ago

    …did Alice use the word schmutz? I don’t think I’ve ever heard anyone under the age of 40 use that word before.

  5. ds133 commented on Cul de Sac over 4 years ago

    Small children and loud musical instruments do not mix well. I predict tears and many time outs to come of this.

  6. ds133 commented on Cul de Sac over 4 years ago

    Seing anyone’s head so enlarged is never any help getting to sleep.

    Also, I never noticed that Marcus has male pattern baldness before.

  7. ds133 commented on Non Sequitur over 4 years ago

    I don’t think the hard hats are supposed to be considered hazmat, Victoria only mentions a collection of hazmat suits.

    Also, we should fear the rest of the week and Danae’s boredom, for only terrible things may come of it.

  8. ds133 commented on Pickles over 4 years ago

    Fingers that think for themselves…. wasn’t that a horror movie? Something called ‘The Hand’ or ‘Idle Hands’ or something… I’m not a big fan of horror movies so I really didn’t pay too much attention to the movie (if you couldn’t tell).

  9. ds133 commented on Non Sequitur over 4 years ago

    My younger sisters loved that song when they were small, unfortunately they only really knew the line that Danae sings. The endless repeating of “Tomorrow, tomorrow! I’ll love you, tomorrow!”, was also less than adorable.

  10. ds133 commented on Cul de Sac over 4 years ago

    Who knows, maybe there really are monkeys in cold medicine. I don’t know what half those chemical names really are, it’s entirely possible that they may actually mean monkey.