February 07, 2019
January 17, 2018
A thing ??
That would be a ‘yes’, Mom.
Sometimes I forget coins or bills. It happened, that I washed them, now I am a money-launder!!
He doesn’t even know what this thing is.
He is just pulling his Mother’s leg!
Really surprised Mom didn’t find a frog in the pockets.
just some friend forgot a mobile on th pockets…
I bet it was a One Eyed One Horned Flying Purple People Eater
Wet folding money can be dried quite handily in a microwave oven. Toasty in the pocket, too. Watch it carefully. One minute should be enough.
It seems the new Euro bills are washer resistant, but I too am not rich enough to try it out.
Any money I found in pockets was mine.
I find US paper money in the dryer occasionally and it always comes out fine.
Bill Watterson has drawn the top of Calvin’s mom’s head lighter, to represent the ceiling light falling on her brown hair, with the sides of her hair in shadow. But in a black-and-white strip, today it looks and sounds like Calvin has already given his mom a lot of gray hair.
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which is worse, finding a snake slithering in your home or a snake slithering at work?
I wonder what that could be…
I wonder why only Sunday’s comic strips are in color?
Um, if he needs big gloves and a stick to look for it, how did it get in his pocket?
@susib33: Actually, Charles Schulz left all of us hanging, because that was the end of the story line. We will never know what was in Snoopy’s hand.
Maybe it’s a chameleon. That would account for the pocket change.
If this thing is dangerous, there’s bound to be a pocket of resistance.
I think Calvin has something up his sleeve.
@Thirdguy,Calvin might be cowed by ‘this thing’, but not by Mom’s calf.
A ‘thing’ could be anything.
If he knew where it was, he wouldn’t need the bat.
Shouldn’t it be “heavy gloves” and a “big stick”?
A trousersnake would have never survived the spin cycle.
Been there. Only I used to find the surprises. Ek!
I know a man that left a shot gun shell in a jacket that his wife washed. It went off in the dryer. Something must have hit the primer. The blast blow the door off the dryer, ruined the clothes and scared his wife half to death. She was standing beside the dryer when it happened.
Awesome comic yet again
Awesome yet again bill watson
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