Calvin and Hobbes by Bill Watterson for July 16, 1995
Hobbes: Look, a snake! Calvin: A big one! Hobbes: Do you think it's poisonous? Calvin: Beats me. How can you tell? Hobbes: If it bites you and you die, it's poisonous. Calvin: Har har. Hobbes: Look how it glides along. It's almost like a liquid. Calvin: I wonder how they do that. Hobbes: He's flicking his tongue out. Calvin: I think that's how they smell, but why would they smell with a tongue? Hobbes: Do snakes have eyelids? Do they sleep with their eyes open? Calvin: Don't snakes eat mice? How could a snake swallow something bigger than it's own head? Heck, we don't know anything about snakes. Hobbes: Maybe your Mom would get us a book. Calvin: Yeah, let's go see! Hobbes: We'll be experts! We'll learn all there is to know! Calvin: Hey, wait a minute! It's summer! I'm on vacation! I don't want to learn anything! Hobbes: If nobody makes you do it, it counts as fun. Calvin: Hmm..you really think so?? Calvin/Hobbes: Coooooollll.