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Calvin and Hobbes by Bill Watterson for March 16, 1992
Calvin: I wish I was still in bed. I'd hear the wind blowing the rain against the window panes and I'd pull the blankets up, get all toasty and cozy, and fall back asleep. Instead, I'm out here, cold and wet, waiting for the school bus to take me to the gulag. Hobbes: Yeah, I hope the sheets are still warm when I get back in. Calvin: Rub it in, Hobbes.
I just thought of something. How does Hobbes get back inside the house? When Calvin’s not around, he’s just a toy.