February 07, 2019
January 17, 2018
Hobbes is not so keen on this.
I’m with Calvin. Die, bugs, die! They’ve bitten me too many times this summer.
I feel the same way, Calvin, especially where mosquitoes are concerned.
Not in this high spirits Calvin!!
The yellow jackets were particularly prolific this Summer. Not gonna miss them a bit.
I’ve been thinking about this one for weeks. Glad to see it.
I agree with everyone, except the ants who are determined to move into the house for the winter.
That’s one way of looking at it. I can’t stand looking at the lifeless trees and shrubs.
Good news – Hell is freezing over!
said the same two days ago
So, I see Calvin likes fall.
Haha, Hobbes puts up with a lot.
Me, too, Calvin!
bye, bye nuisance bugs, hello ladybug migration, for some reason they luuuuv our house
The mosquitos were brutal this year, we actually had three seasons/batches of ’em this time around.
Nothing like sitting on the front porch after two or three hard frosts and being attacked by tiny little mossies….
Really will be glad to get rid of the dog ticks. They seem to be immune to all the pet sprays.
They seem to be biting by the truckload where I live.
Wolf spiders are wonderful! Why kill them??
Bed bugs do not die in fall
Neither do attic flies and ladybugs !!
I feel the same way Calvin.
I like the way Hobbs is drawn in the last panel. I just love it when he tries to look at the back of his head by turning his eyeballs in place.
With our wet summer, the mosquiitoes in FL were so bad I thought I was in the Arctic beihg swarmed!
Hobbes’ eyeroll always makes me laugh!xxx
Unfortunately, Fall is the time of year that a lot of bugs try to come inside our homes for the winter! I don’t know how many wolf spiders and queen wasps I have killed over the years each Fall. :P-——————————————ewww! good point!
As Hobbes is looking up for a truck load of falling bugs.
I wish the stink bugs would listen and die off as well
beautiful for fall………
The bugs aren’t dying, they’re just moving indoors.
Calvin, you are soooooooooo mean!
Ha ha ha… darn bugs