Calvin and Hobbes by Bill Watterson for February 19, 1989
Hobbes: What's this? Calvin: A Calvin Decoy. Pretty good, huh? Now I can find out who my enemies are! I'll hide behind that tree over there and watch to see who throws snowballs at the decoy, thinking it's me! Hobbes: Your enemies must not be very bright. Calvin: That's way they're out to get me. They can't stand my genius. Hobbes: Hey, Calvin! I see a way your plan might fail. Calvin: Pipe down, will ya? How can I hide when you're yelling to me from across...See there? My plan to distroy my enemies was a complete success. Hobbes: Too bad you took off your coat and hat. You must be soaked.