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Calvin and Hobbes by Bill Watterson

Calvin and Hobbes

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  1. bookgeek commented on Saturday Morning Breakfast Cereal 9 days ago

    It can all be explained quite easily- time travel is wibbly-wobbly.

  2. bookgeek commented on The Norm Classics 16 days ago

    It’s coniferous.

  3. bookgeek commented on Wizard of Id 2 months ago

    As Einstein once said, “Only two things are infinite, the universe and human stupidity, and I’m not so sure about the first,” or something along those lines. Also, yes, I am aware how pretentious it is to start quoting Einstein on matters pertaining to comics.

  4. bookgeek commented on Big Nate 3 months ago

    In seventh grade, I had a nightmare teacher named Miss Barbeau. If our papers had that fringe on them that you get from tearing them out of a notebook, she wouldn’t count them.

  5. bookgeek commented on Lio 3 months ago

    :)
    This is why I read.

  6. bookgeek commented on Basic Instructions 3 months ago

    How to drive everyone crazy:
    Step 1) Say, “Knock, knock.”
    Step 2) Wait until they say “Who’s there?”
    Step 3) Say, “Nobody.” Run away laughing madly.
    Step 4) Repeat as often as you can.

  7. bookgeek commented on WuMo 3 months ago

    So… Liliputians from Gulliver’s Travels in Robinson Crusoe?

  8. bookgeek commented on My Cage 4 months ago

    If that’s true, why aren’t there more happy people?

  9. bookgeek commented on Garfield 4 months ago

    Actually, according to the same superstition that black cats are unlucky, pale cats are lucky (I think it might be the other way around in parts of Europe). I’m not sure what superstitions there are about orange cats, though.

  10. bookgeek commented on Basic Instructions 4 months ago

    I always thought that Ferris was realistic enough.