Calvin and Hobbes by Bill Watterson for December 06, 2015
Calvin: "See any weirdness yet?" Hobbes: "How about this rock? It has a purple stripe" Calvin: "Hmm...I guess that's a LITTLE weird" Hobbes: "We'll look for something weirder" Calvin: "What do you think of this stick?" Hobbes: "It's a strange stick, but it's not a weird stick" Calvin: "It's too bad there aren't any good bugs out now" Hobbes: "Yes. Bugs are usually weird" Calvin: "Hey, here's a bird feather" Hobbes: "It's pretty but it's not WEIRD" Calvin: "A bald bird would be weird" Hobbes: "I don't see one" Calvin: "Look! A ripped-up old kit! Some kid must have lost this last summer" Calvin: "Phooey. The string broke here. I was hoping we'd find the kids skeleton up a tree at the other end" Hobbes: "THAT would be weird" Calvin: "Well, let's go in. I'm cold" Hobbes: "Me too. I guess some days weirdness is hard to find" Dad: "My glasses are fogged and I can't blow my nose, but my heart rate is the envy of men half my age!" Calvin: "Weirdness always starts at home" Hobbes: "Even when you look for it, you're never prepared for it"