Calvin and Hobbes by Bill Watterson for March 05, 1989
Calvin: I can never enjoy Sundays, because in the back of my mind I always know I've got to go to school the next day. It's like trying to enjoy your last meal before execution. A penny for your thoughts. Hobbes: Sorry. My thoughts are a buck apiece. Calvin: A dollar?! That's outrageous! Your thoughts aren't worth that! Hobbes: This one is! At a dollar, it's the bargain of a lifetime. Calvin: I wouldn't pay a nickle for any thought you've ever had in your whole flea-ridden existence! Hobbes: That little remark just made the price ten dollars! Calvin: Ten?? YOu can' extort me! Keep your stuped thought! Hobbes: If you knew what is was, you'd beg to pay ten bucks for it. Calvin: C'mon. Just tell me what it is, will you? Hobbes: Nothing doing, Pal. Calvin: Ok, ok! I'll give you 25 cents. That's all I have. Hobbes: Let's see it. Calvin: Here! 25 cents! Now what's this big expensive thought of yours?! Hobbes: "A fool and his money are soon par..."