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Calvin and Hobbes by Bill Watterson for July 13, 2013

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    rentier  almost 8 years ago

    Children’s laughter doen’t manage everything, Calvin!

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    tuna1  almost 8 years ago

    Not when the child’s laughter sounds diabolical and evil…

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    rentier  almost 8 years ago

    He couldn’t lift it, he couldn’t get out Hobbes of the bed, he is too large and too heavy!

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    ratlum  almost 8 years ago

    Nice try,but youll have to come up with better material than that.Moms on to you.

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    Newshound41  almost 8 years ago

    I think Calvin has a much closer relationship with his father than his mother.

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    Phapada  almost 8 years ago

    maybe more laughter also buggin…….

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    vwdualnomand  almost 8 years ago

    wait until calvin becomes a teenager….

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    GROG Premium Member almost 8 years ago

    Mom’s probably seen, done or heard it all by now.

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    dustspecks Premium Member almost 8 years ago

    I thought it was funny, Calvin.

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    cptvdo1  almost 8 years ago

    Not when you laugh like Dr. Evil.

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    Poollady  almost 8 years ago

    c’mon, Mom, can’t you take a joke

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    artybee  almost 8 years ago

    Calvin isn’t malicious at heart. A truly diabolical only child would pit his parents against each other and see how close to the edge he could push dad’s temper.

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    Puddleglum2  almost 8 years ago

    I’ve told my children and grandchildren many times, “Don’t mess it up and you won’t have to clean it up!”

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    Puddleglum2  almost 8 years ago

    Could it be that Mom thinks Calvin is mocking her? Perish the thought!

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    Kali ma  almost 8 years ago

    Calvin and Hobbes has been a favorite in our family forever. Now that I have 3 wild and wacky grandsons I love it even more.

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    katzenbooks45  almost 8 years ago

    Parentling is like tennis or golf. You’ve got to follow through…

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    I Play One On TV  almost 8 years ago

    “No McDonald’s if you don’t behave. Do you hear me? No McDonald’s. I mean it. Stop that or no McDonalds……….and on and on……..

    Okay, ready to go to McDonald’s?"

    An all-too-frequent monologue when mom brings the kids along to get her eyes examined.

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    Number Three  almost 8 years ago

    This had ME laughing!

    LOL xxx

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    bmonk  almost 8 years ago

    We had a visiting child at Mass today—cute girl, who walked and laughed much like Boo from “Monsters Inc.” She made me sentimental.

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    Calvin’s response didn’t cut it with our mom either.

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    Aaron Saltzer  almost 8 years ago

    That’s obviously a “no” either way you look @ it. Lol And that was a little disrespectful getting smart with his mom. Also, how come no one uses phrases like “tuckered out” or “Pick up your room” anymore. I think I’ll start talking like that. Haha Bring back the old days.

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    garfield is fat  almost 8 years ago

    he shouldn’t have said “Get it” and acting like it was a joke.

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    codedaddy  almost 8 years ago

    OMG! I can hardly believe that I read this here – it takes me back 70 years when my neighborhood friend’s grandmom said to my buddy “pick up your room” and I laughed out loud (she was not amused).

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