Calvin and Hobbes by Bill Watterson for March 09, 2010


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    margueritem  about 11 years ago


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    MontanaLady  about 11 years ago


    Hobbes is back!!!!!

    Good thinking, Calvin!

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    PetrusS  about 11 years ago

    Maybe you can do your homework on the sled ;)

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    drwatson  about 11 years ago

    A pity the hardware store thing didn’t develop.

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    Yukoner  about 11 years ago

    Calvin, you’re required to grow older. Growing up is optional.

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    yyyguy  about 11 years ago

    maturity is when you let the kid inside you out to play - but just until it’s time to do the dishes.

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    pouncingtiger  about 11 years ago

    Calvin, the philosopher.

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    fesalazarsoto  about 11 years ago

    Who could be Calvin!

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    yyyguy  about 11 years ago

    synonyms include old-aged, fogey, codger, and “but you used to be so much fun!”

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    carmy  about 11 years ago

    Yukoner, so right you are!

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    Ooops! Premium Member about 11 years ago
    Some People Are Immature Forever! (Blows Raspberry) Na na na naa nuh naaa!
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    rentier  about 11 years ago

    They seem so happy on the sled!

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    Deanna175  about 11 years ago

    Yes indeed LuvH8! That is so very true.

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    TheMortal  about 11 years ago

    Don’t let that little genius fool u. His wheels r spinning his evil idea as he sleds down the hill.

    Hi everyone, i am new here and just wanted to say hi to all.

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    rentier  about 11 years ago

    Hi, TheMortal, glad to see you, welcom!

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    tirnaaisling  about 11 years ago

    Childhood is short?… Mine hasn’t ended yet and there seems no foreseeable end in sight!

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    unemandarine  about 11 years ago

    I think I have a Calvin at home… Man oh man am I in trouble!

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    mexdr1958  about 11 years ago

    Wiser truth has never been spoken……

    You can put those words in the mouth of Socrates, Plato, Schopenhauer, Shakespeare Gandhi or Lord Bacon, and they would be quite correct and appropriate in threre…

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    jrbj  about 11 years ago

    Out of the mouth of a child comes these awesome, simple truths. Perhaps we should communicate with our inner child more often.

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    Calvin86  about 11 years ago

    With homework, the sooner you fall behind, the more time you have to catch up!

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    Yukoneric  about 11 years ago

    Maturity = death??????????????

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    lightenup Premium Member about 11 years ago

    This is one that I remember from the original run and still quote. Love it!!!

    Welcome, TheMortal!

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    COWBOY7 Premium Member about 11 years ago

    Keep him on the straight and narrow, Hobbes. Oh and watch out for that TREE!

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    midiranger  about 11 years ago

    Truer words … assuming one survives to maturity.

    LuvH8 - lol!

    The Mortal - welcome! glad you could join!

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    Rakkav  about 11 years ago

    One of the greatest fallacies that humanity believes is that childhood and maturity are incompatible - either in a child or in an adult.

    Sorry, Calvin. I know exactly how you feel, but your choices have consequences no matter what your age. Recognizing that, by definition, is maturity.

    That said, keep Ecclesiastes 11:9-10 well in mind, and have fun. :)

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    GROG Premium Member about 11 years ago

    LuvH8, we were actually thinking along the same lines. Some people just never grow up.

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    ninmas  about 11 years ago

    this has gotta be one of my favorites! i use this line every day of my life.

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    cleokaya  about 11 years ago

    Maturity can be overrated. Childhood should be wonderful.

    Welcome TheMortal.

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    yakkafoobmog  about 11 years ago

    short things first - simple and elegant.

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    mjlew01  about 11 years ago

    frpom the mouths of babes.

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    ronaldmundy  about 11 years ago

    always put off until tomorrow, what you don’t wish to do today.

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    kab2rb  about 11 years ago

    Welcome The Mortal you will find comments just or more entertaining at times then the strip. It’s fun commenting here. All children need homework. In Calvin’s case going out and playing first will use some of that energy then he can setle down to work since the day will be going through to night and sometimes what seems like a lot of homework is not.

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    ocean17  about 11 years ago

    The last panel was obviously drawn for the t-shirt and coffee mug industries. A bit cynical perhaps, but wistfully kute kartooning is a business like any other and I hope Watterson collected serious royalties on it. Love means never having to say you’re sorry, after all… and love is all you knead.

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    billdi Premium Member about 11 years ago

    calvin is often wise and mature beyond his years, but it’s still just a good excuse to get out of doing his homework. the really mature thing would be to finish the work and then play.

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    Conversen  about 11 years ago

    Hello TheMortal. Yay Sephiroth!

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    Mark Berte Premium Member about 11 years ago

    ocean17: Bill Watterson resolutely refused to go down the t-shirt and coffee mug marketing path throughout his active career and to this day. Practically everything ‘Calvin and Hobbes related’ you see outside of his book compilations and these few sites are pirated material.

    The third panel is just a prime example of Bill’s artistic and life wisdom genious. I’m sure it was drawn just to get the point across and complete this one day’s strip and did not have any significant ‘marketing’ undercurrents.

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    skibum84  about 11 years ago

    You beat me to it mfcoace. All C&H items are not licensed and are pirated. I especially hate the boy peeing on stuff who is made to look like Calvin.

    Again pefectly stated mfcoace.

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    lazygrazer  about 11 years ago

    What is this “maturity” thing everybody speaks of??

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    AJCA  about 11 years ago

    No clue, sounds awful though, lol.

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    ratlum  about 11 years ago

    I still cheat on some of my chores , best fishing or drinking beer or laying about is done instead of lawn mowing etc

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    littledutchboy  about 11 years ago

    Hey Conversen: Sephiroth has been erased. What did he/she say? Do people get erased because of flags??? Still wonderin’!

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    Ooops! Premium Member about 11 years ago
    (Blows Raspberry!)
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    mrslukeskywalker  about 11 years ago

    There’s no reason why he can’t do his homework later. Go Calvin!

    LuvH8, why do you keep spitting all over the comments? Aren’t you always telling everyone to play nice? “Blowing raspberries” at people isn’t very nice. Walk your talk dear.

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    JTGAM  about 11 years ago


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    avonsalis  about 11 years ago

    I bid 56! Seriously, Calvin’s idea of “play” is so much more real and healthy than what a lot of kids have nowadays, perhaps because of electronic barrage, increasingly-effective TV ads, and/or more inescapable peer pressure.

    Any parent ought to be happy if their kid gets outdoors and creates play after school. Especially with friends and/or fantasy. (I’m not going to quibble about which Hobbes is.)

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    COWBOY7 Premium Member about 11 years ago

    LuvH8, I think you are always nice!

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    fanof41  about 11 years ago

    Right there with you, James the Great and Magnificent!

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    Ooops! Premium Member about 11 years ago

    Thank you Lonewolf

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    coffeeturtle  about 11 years ago

    I hear ya!

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    CrossDoggo™ ✔️  almost 2 years ago

    Ohhh, jeez, puberty

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