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Calvin and Hobbes by Bill Watterson

Calvin and Hobbes

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  1. Evil Rat GoComics Pro Member commented on B.C. 3 days ago

    I dropped my cable subscription over five years ago. Missed it for about two months, then I started reading more books, renting the movies I wanted to see, and playing the occasional free game on the web.

    For the shows I’d like to see, I just wait for Netflix to get each season, block out a weekend, and watch it – no commercials.
    The $7.99/month I pay for the basic Netflix is well worth the cost.

  2. Evil Rat GoComics Pro Member commented on Calvin and Hobbes 10 days ago

    My father created a monster. It is me.

    When i was about 12 or so, he got the idea to put some ice down my shorts one summer.

    A few days later …. well lets just say that kids can be VERY inventive.
    I put some crushed ice down the back of his shirt. This shirt just happened to be tucked into his pants. during the process of him trying to get the ice out, the ice managed to make it’s way into his shorts.

    Thus, was the beginnings of the “Frozen Wedgie” born.

    A few years, later…..

    Ice(preferably CRUSHED)….
    Insert at back of a tucked in shirt.
    Grab pants(and underwear), pull AWAY from the body.
    Shake shirt with ‘Ice’ hand.
    Preform standard “wedgie” maneuver, making certain to allow pants to slip out of grip while still holding underwear.

    Run fast, run far……

    The “Frozen Wedgie” in it’s most developed form yet.

  3. Evil Rat GoComics Pro Member commented on Calvin and Hobbes 5 months ago

    In grade school, I’d come home after school and do my homework while watching re-runs of M*A*S*H until my parents came home from work.
    About the only side effect noticed by anyone is that I tend to be cynical and sarcastic……..

  4. Evil Rat GoComics Pro Member commented on Off the Mark 7 months ago

    LOOK! It’s Lucy van Pelt in her retirement years!

  5. Evil Rat GoComics Pro Member commented on Luann 10 months ago

    My school district had the 7th, 8th, & 9th grades in one school and the 10th – 12th grades in the “High School”. My Junior High was a horseshoe-shaped building with four floors. Invariably, me classes and locker were on opposite sites(sometimes I would have had to descend 2 or 3 flights of stairs, get my books, and then climb back up the stairs- to the OTHER side of the horseshoe).
    I ended up carrying ALL my books in a backpack my entire year, EVERY day. Lockers were assigned to two students for duration of enrollment. The second week of school, my locker partner(we had to share lockers in Junior High), had a can of soda explode all over the locker … fortunately, I didn’t have anything in it at the time.
    Between the mess in the locker and the time I DIDN’T have to make trips from class-to-locker-to- next class, I ended up carrying my books that way for THREE years(the habit continued into High School as well).
    ~
    I won’t say that this contributed to having arthritis in my back(which I now have), but I’m certain it didn’t help prevent it.

  6. Evil Rat GoComics Pro Member commented on Pearls Before Swine about 1 year ago

    And here I thought the most common “last words” were, “Oh Shit!”

  7. Evil Rat GoComics Pro Member commented on Pickles over 1 year ago

    P.S. – That’s a red-neck idea …. saw it in a YouTube video. … It didn’t work very well.

  8. Evil Rat GoComics Pro Member commented on Pickles over 1 year ago

    Get a shotgun and use shells made with table salt and rock salt, then shoot the sack. It will either blow it off, of shred it(and it will eventually blow away).

  9. Evil Rat GoComics Pro Member commented on B.C. over 1 year ago

    NICE! So what happened? Did he blow his top, or send you to OCS?

  10. Evil Rat GoComics Pro Member commented on Big Nate over 1 year ago

    Love it! My grandfather once told me this, but I’d forgotten it.