Calvin and Hobbes by Bill Watterson for September 13, 1987
Calvin: Wipe that grin off your face! Well, Hobbes, how do I look? Hobbes: I'm doing my best to bite my tongue. Calvin: I cut out construction paper feathers and taped them on my arms so I can fly! Pretty neat, huh? Hobbes: If paper feathers are all it takes to fly, don't you think we'd have heard about it before? Calvin: It takes an uncommon mind to think of these things, Hobbes. Hobbes: I'd agree with that. Calvin: Here's a gorge. This is a good spot. Hobbes: You're going to jump off this ledge? Calvin: Heck no! I need momentum! I want you to toss me over. Hobbes: You understand I assume no responsibility for this? Calvin: Right. I get the patent. Hobbes: Heave! Calvin: I'm flying! I'm flying! I'm...uh..oh... Hobbes: Don't sell the bike shop, Orville. Calvin: Shut up and go get me some antiseptic.