Calvin and Hobbes for August 10, 2018


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    BE THIS GUY Premium Member 3 months ago

    One would think they would have a chart to keep track of whose turn it is for these types of situations.

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    Alondra  3 months ago

    I think this time it’ll take both of you.

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    Odd Dog Premium Member 3 months ago

    I think he’s going to need a bigger bucket?

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    TEMPLO S.U.D.  3 months ago

    I was right the day before yesterday. Innocent song about a bucket within parents’ earshot to prevent suspicion.

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    Liverlips McCracken Premium Member 3 months ago

    Captain Calvin Subtle, at your service.

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    Liverlips McCracken Premium Member 3 months ago

    Their facial expressions in panel three ……….. priceless.

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    bob Premium Member 3 months ago

    But..“There’s a hole in the bucket…….”.

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    LesliePiper1  3 months ago

    Obviously Calvin will be over his head in this one.

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    jpayne4040  3 months ago

    Any time Calvin says “No need to panic” start panicking!

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    Nyckname Premium Member 3 months ago

    First they have to flip a coin to decide if they’re going to do rock-paper-scissors or odds-on-evens.

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    Watcher  3 months ago

    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.

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    Barry1941  3 months ago

    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.

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    cubswin2016  3 months ago

    If they are smart, they will both go. I know that I wouldn’t waste time arguing.

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    Jabroniville Premium Member 3 months ago

    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.

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    Dani Rice  3 months ago

    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.

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    LeeCox  3 months ago

    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!

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    guenette.charlie  3 months ago

    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.

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    BiathlonNut  3 months ago

    Definitely a two-parent crisis.

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    BiggerNate91  3 months ago

    What would be more suspicious in Calvin’s case? This or just keeping quiet?

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    yimhere  3 months ago

    Let the tsunami begin!

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    sbferg  3 months ago

    Sorry Folks, this one’s an all-hands-on-deck!

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    Diat60 Premium Member 3 months ago

    This is a Two Parent Alarm!

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    pshapley  3 months ago

    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.

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    bluram  3 months ago
    Wouldn’t it be easier if they just brought a kennel?
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    fivestring65  3 months ago

    To the brig with Calvin.

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    rob  3 months ago

    Calvin should be the Allstate “Mayhem” guy.

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    Bookworm  3 months ago

    Buckets? Stuff? Sounds like a possible violation of Rule 1.C.iii.r. “Items not to be flushed down the toilet” – tennis balls.

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    JohnFarson19  3 months ago

    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.

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    davetb1956  3 months ago

    Calvin unless you took the time to dry off and change your cloths acting nonchalant isn’t going to cut it.

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    Kind&Kinder  3 months ago

    Just. Too. Funny! The expressive art work is hilarious!

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    Luanaphile Premium Member 3 months ago

    Did he break the shut-offs?

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    Tra La La

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    rgcviper  3 months ago

    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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    coffeeturtle  3 months ago

    Eiffel 65 – “Blue (Da Ba Dee)”, 1999

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