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One would think they would have a chart to keep track of whose turn it is for these types of situations.
I think this time it’ll take both of you.
I think he’s going to need a bigger bucket?
I was right the day before yesterday. Innocent song about a bucket within parents’ earshot to prevent suspicion.
Captain Calvin Subtle, at your service.
Their facial expressions in panel three ……….. priceless.
But..“There’s a hole in the bucket…….”.
Obviously Calvin will be over his head in this one.
Any time Calvin says “No need to panic” start panicking!
First they have to flip a coin to decide if they’re going to do rock-paper-scissors or odds-on-evens.
If Dad would of fixed the leaky faucet when it started, Calvin would not be in trouble that he is going to be in. Calvin, blame Dad.
Years ago I had a friend with a son a lot like Calvin. I also worked at the same place as my friend, one morning he told me how his 6 year old son had tried to flush the tomato plants he was growing under grow lights down the toilet.
If they are smart, they will both go. I know that I wouldn’t waste time arguing.
Just hilarious. Calvin’s so bad at lying that he’s inadvertently drawing attention to himself, making things much worse than if he’d just come down and grabbed a bucket.
Calvin is going to need a boat, not a bucket. And I’m sure his parents will provide two paddles – one for the boat and one for his backside.
I still love a comment that Mom once made about Calvin: “I haven’t heard from Calvin in ten minutes. That means he’s probably getting into trouble again!” Her deadpan expression and the fact that she said that last part without skipping a beat should tell everyone all they need to know about Calvin!
Since Dad had to look for Calvin at the zoo last time out, I believe it’s Mom’s turn. Although, in actuality, they should both check this out.
Definitely a two-parent crisis.
What would be more suspicious in Calvin’s case? This or just keeping quiet?
Let the tsunami begin!
Sorry Folks, this one’s an all-hands-on-deck!
This is a Two Parent Alarm!
One day I was waiting at the piano teacher’s place while she was working with my son in the next room. Her kid (4 or 5 years old) started throwing things at me. I asked him to stop because his mom wouldn’t like it. (I never said a thing to the teacher.) So he ran over and told her, “Mom, I wasn’t throwing Legos at Ricky’s dad.” Pre-emptive denial is as good as a confession.
To the brig with Calvin.
Calvin should be the Allstate “Mayhem” guy.
Buckets? Stuff? Sounds like a possible violation of Rule 1.C.iii.r. “Items not to be flushed down the toilet” – tennis balls.
What parent hasn’t seen the casual “Who me, I didn’t do anything” kid. I remember my daughter coming to me and saying “I didn’t do it, Dad, but let’s say I was playing in the garage and accidentally knocked over your motorcycle. How much trouble would I be in if I did that. I didn’t, of course and never would.” With the most angelic look on her face.
Calvin unless you took the time to dry off and change your cloths acting nonchalant isn’t going to cut it.
Just. Too. Funny! The expressive art work is hilarious!
Did he break the shut-offs?
Tra La La
In my mind, the best part about today’s strip is the fact that Calvin is nowhere to be seen.
Made me laugh.
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