Calvin: "For "Show and tell" today, I have something that will astound and amaze you! This little guy can..."
Calvin: "Have you all had your shots?"
February 07, 2019
January 17, 2018
I hate uncooperative show and tell subjects.
Used to hate it when that would happen to me
From Yesterday.I didn’t make the connection to wormwood and absinthe. I have a bottle of absinthe in my bar and might just have some of the “green fairy”…....In Revelations is mentioned the dark star named Wormwood (in Russian: Chernobyl, so I was told). Will it turn all the waters to absinthe?
Absinthe maketh the heart grow fonder- or stop.
He had me at “astound and amaze”, but with “shots” I’m outta here like one.
let us see calvin, i was vaccinated (fingers crossed)
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Hope the door was shut.
Brilliant. Bill Watterson could capture so much with so few words.
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Calvin and his pet tiger Hobbes are preparing for the Christmas holiday by getting a gift bag for Uncle Max.
Calvin should’ve brought Hobbes to “Show and Tell”, if that hadn’t been done before.
“… this little guy can” infect an entire classroom full of susceptible little disease vectors!
Calvin does look a little bit like Elliot…
“This little guy can…”You’d better finish that sentence so we can know which antidote to get.
“Thank you, Calvin… NEXT!”
Merry Christmas everyone…
Vaccines for plague (rats and fleas), yellow fever and Japanese encephalitis (mosquitoes), rabies (bats etc.), anthrax and monkey pox (very small sheep and monkey to fit in that bag).
I just want to know what it was.
How old is this strip? The first rabies vaccine was developed by Louis Pasteur!
Masterful introduction for something that was never in the bag. Now no one knows what it looks like, by they’re SURE they have it!