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Calvin and Hobbes by Bill Watterson for March 03, 1987
Calvin: Gee, it was awfully nice of you strangers to have me over for dinner. Dad: Calvin, knock it off. Calvin: You mean me? Is my name Calvin? Dad: You're not fooling anyone, young man. You do not have amnesia. Calvin: This all seems baguely familiar...and yet... ...and yet... Dad: You're asking for an early bedtime, kid. Mom: Well, he seems to remember he likes dessert, anyway. Calvin: This is "dessert," you say? Hmm. Perhaps my memory would return if I had some more. Dad: That's it. Bed!
scout_lacey over 11 years ago
He really knows how to push his dad’s buttons
yow4zip Premium Member over 11 years ago
Dessert is the cure.
bmonk over 11 years ago
His story is sure bugging Dad! A bonus!
It almost repays having an early bedtime.
LadyBlanc about 10 years ago
I wonder if most children go through a fascination with amnsia stage. I know I did, though I certainly didn’t carry it the lengths Calvin does. Then again, no one carries it to those lengths!
Q.D.McGraw over 4 years ago
I bet he’d remember he didn’t like that green sludge that crawled off his plate and attacked him.
Nate Wright (Mischief God) almost 2 years ago
Calvin’s a smart little dude.
CHAD OCHOCINCO JOHNSON over 1 year ago
A CLASSIC MOVE