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  1. Scott McM commented on Calvin and Hobbes almost 2 years ago

    Calvin’s Hot Chocolate Recipe
    Bag(s) of small Marshmallows
    Bottle of Chocolate syrup
    Cup
    Fork

    1.Fill cup with marshmallows
    2.Heat Syrup
    3.Eat some marshmallows
    4.Throw some marshmallows
    5.Refill cup with marshmallows
    6.Pour hot syrup into cup
    7.Enjoy with fork!

  2. Scott McM commented on Calvin and Hobbes almost 3 years ago

    Hobbes is a real tiger with the magical ability to appear to be stuffed when others are around. No mystery.

  3. Scott McM commented on Calvin and Hobbes almost 3 years ago

    Looks like Calvin is ready for a hurricane, good thing for Hobbes there’s no wind. Rain can be fun, especially when you don’t get much to start with. Where else do you think mud and puddles come from?

  4. Scott McM commented on Calvin and Hobbes almost 3 years ago

    Knowledge is power, Hobbes knows not to share too much with Calvin. Can you imagine Calvin with the Internet?

  5. Scott McM commented on Calvin and Hobbes almost 3 years ago

    “Try hard, do your best, have fun.” Whether you believe anyone’s keeping score or not, I think that’s good advice for Tigers and Mathematicians alike.

  6. Scott McM commented on Calvin and Hobbes almost 3 years ago

    Susie sure has an arm on her, knocked Calvin right out of his hat, gloves, galoshes, and shoes. Calvin just learned a good lesson in tactics, throw then shout. And Hobbes of course is always the philosopher.

  7. Scott McM commented on Calvin and Hobbes almost 3 years ago

    Tyrannosaurus Cal, the most ferocious of the bunch.

  8. Scott McM commented on Calvin and Hobbes almost 3 years ago

    That’s right leftwing, who’s to say that wasn’t her plan all along? Wind up the old C-bomb for hubby and take the Ezzzzzzz way out.

  9. Scott McM commented on Pearls Before Swine about 3 years ago

    Stephan should have worn a John Glynn mask.

  10. Scott McM commented on Calvin and Hobbes about 3 years ago

    Question asked, answer given, problem presented, solution provided. “The History of Calvin Part 1” would be a good title. Besides, it is sometimes good to be brief.