Calvin and Hobbes by Bill Watterson for May 05, 1987

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    Nanomi  over 11 years ago

    What’s the third verse? I want to hear that!

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    MaverickMoPete  over 10 years ago

    Known Verses:1) Tigers are mean! Tigers are fierce! Tigers have teeth and claws that pierce!

    2) Tigers are great! They can’t be beat! If I was a tiger, that would be neat!

    6) Tigers are nimble and light on their toes. My REspect for tigers continually grows.

    7) Tigers are perfect, the E-pit-o-me, of goods looks and grace and quiet dignity.

    Last Verse) Tigers are great! They’re the toast of the town. Life’s always better when a tiger’s around!

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    yow4zip Premium Member about 10 years ago

    Hobbes is the climber, Calvin is the rhymer.

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    bmonk  about 10 years ago

    Is that why Hobbes is First Tiger for Life?

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    Comicdog135  over 9 years ago

    tigers are swell! tigers are cruel! if i was a tiger, i would rule!

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    Kayla and hobbes  over 7 years ago

    Tigers are orange and black and white, and no-ones ever downed one in a fight!

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    ebrooks  about 7 years ago

    I loved these strips! I was kind of disappointed at first when they were replaced by GROSS

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    b77  almost 7 years ago

    If I WERE a tiger. Calvin seems to comprehend a profusion of polysyllabic locution, but can’t gets his grammar straight..

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    Busrayne  about 1 year ago

    Wait…..he’s not doing the dance…

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    TheNerdGuy  about 1 year ago

    How did Calvin climb up there, put Hobbes in the tree house, retract the ladder, then climb down?

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    CatDefender  4 months ago

    Happy Year of the Tiger, Hobbes!

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