February 07, 2019
January 17, 2018
“…and aim the cart at a stack of cans.”
Take it outside and push it into traffic.
And Child Services will be knocking on your door.
Calvin is asking for too much now. My mom let me ride on the cart even as a teenager, but I never asked her to run… I did that on my own.
Never too big for that !!
Calvin feels the need, the need for speed!
My father brought the trash out of our garden to a trashplace with an old wheelbarrow. This barrow stunk horribly, but I loved it to be pushed the way back by this barrow and I urged on my father, like Calvin his Mom!!
I used to ask my mom to do this sometimes, just because of this strip LOL (I knew she wouldn’t, though.)
Cleanup on aisle two (CRASH!) Cleanup on aisle three (BANG!) Cleanup on aisle-ah forget it!
If you really want to get some attention in the grocery store do what I did. I put my 3 yr old son (Glycerine) in the cart and let his 7 yr old brother (Nitro) push it.
Tattoo a barcode on that kid’s head and lets see what he is really worth.
To Do List:1. Buy four pigs2. Paint numbers 1, 2, 3, & 5 on their backs3. Release them in a Wal-Mart4. Sit back and watch security search for number 4…
Calvin IS too big from that, but I see teenager and older riding in the carts at Walmart! Crazy! Stupid!
I’m sure Calvin will grow up to join the Jackass crew.
“Let’s play demolition derby!”
@LeadingEdgeAs Gimli reminds us, “Nobody tosses a dwarf!”
I vaguely recall me sitting in the shopping trolley when I was little. I had a little carton of orange juice in my hand.xxx
Two very different perceptions of reality!!
@Smiley R MomYou sound like a cool mother. I was more someone that hid in the shelves than racing, but fortunately for my parents, I wasn’t that much of a troublemaker. They give me plenty of freedom… though I must admit that has gotten me into trouble a few times.
June 01, 2017