Calvin and Hobbes by Bill Watterson for November 12, 1989
Calvin: Is sure wish it would snow. Hobbes: What's with the sled? There's no snow. Calvin: I aim to fix that right now with an appeal to the snow demons. Hobbes: Snow demons? Calvin: Obviously they're tormenting us with this wimpy weather because they're angry. We must appease them. Hobbes: Oh. Calvin: I'm going to lie here on my sled and think snow thoughts until the snow demons have mercy and unleash a blizzard. Snow, snow! High and low! Wherever we go! Let it blow! To and fro! Hi-De-Ho! Snow! Snow! Snow! Hobbes: Well, I'll come out in early January and see how you're doing. Calvin: Tell Mom I'll need my meals out here and I won't be going to school tomorrow.