Calvin and Hobbes by Bill Watterson for January 24, 1988
Calvin: Seven...eight...nine..ten! Hobbes: That's my square! Ha ha! You owe me money! Calvin: ..uh..eleven! Hobbes: Just a minute! What are you doing?? You can't just take money from the bank! Calvin: You've got hotels on every piece of property you own. I can't afford to pay you, so I'm sticking up the bank. It's a robbery! Hobbes: You can't do that! Calvin: I'm the banker, right? Am I going to risk my life over a few thousand dollars? Hobbes: The rules don't say you can rob the bank. That's cheating. Calvin: Do the rules say you can't rob the bank? Huh? Do they? Just roll the dice and accept this as a tragic turn of events, ok? Hobbes: Ok, if that's how we're playing, then I'm robbing you! Calvin: Ha! I'll steal your deeds to Park Place and Boardwalk! Hobbes: Yeah? Well, I'm taking all the houses and hotels and putting them on Baltic, where you just landed! You owe me $250,000! Calvin: That's what you think, you- you.... Mom: Isn't it cute how Calvin plays both sides of Monopoly with his stuffed tiger? Dad: I dunno...I overheard him using words he didn't learn in this household.