Calvin and Hobbes by Bill Watterson for April 11, 2019


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    BE THIS GUY Premium Member 2 months ago

    I don’t know about Prince Charming, but this maybe one of many reasons Calvin stays single.

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    Sugar Bombs 95  2 months ago

    I always wondered what kind of king would name their son “Charming”.

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    codycab  2 months ago

    You don’t need this story to learn why to stay single.

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    TEMPLO S.U.D.  2 months ago

    can’t two males bond a little?

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    retrocool  2 months ago

    if you regularly read to a young child,chances are that child will grow to enjoy reading

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    The Calvinosaurus That Calvin Wanted To Discover  2 months ago

    Yeah but did Hamster Huey stay single?

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    LeeCox  2 months ago

    This is what’s known as “showing how to argue with your spouse in front of the kids.”

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    Watcher  2 months ago

    Mom would never read you Hamster Huey Calvin, no moral to it.

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    dave.glass1960  2 months ago

    Keep digging Dad….

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    Troglodyte  2 months ago

    Dad as Prince Charming? I hardly think so!

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    in.amongst  2 months ago

    Clear to see where Calvin gets it from.

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    orinoco womble  2 months ago

    Mom can’t complain. She married him. It takes two to make a wedding…or a baby.

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    Super Smash Bros Ultimate  2 months ago

    Oh really Calvins dad. Why

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    saje49  2 months ago

    Maybe because men are the best at telling tales?

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    jpayne4040  2 months ago

    This is why they need a dishwasher! Dishwashers save marriages!

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    sonnygreen  2 months ago

    Talking with my boy at bedtime was one of the best experiences I can recall. He’s 53 now, and I truly believe those nighttime conversations had a lot to do with his future. If I had to give any one piece of advice to a young parent, it would be: KEEP THE LINES OF COMMUNICATION OPEN, you won’t regret it.

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    DanFlak  2 months ago

    It’s in the fine print between making the coffee and taking out the trash.

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    uniquename  2 months ago

    Oh dear, mom and dad seem to be having a bit of a spat.

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    bluram  2 months ago

    My guess is Dad may be sleeping on the couch tonight.

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    well-i-never  2 months ago

    And this is how trouble in paradise starts – shouting a “conversation” in front of Calvin, throwing the book and stating, “Story-time is over!”, stomping into the kitchen and saying, “Fine! You want the dishes done, I’ll do the d____d dishes!”“Dishes? You think doing a few dishes is what this is about? My mother told me you looked like trouble…” “Your mother! Your mother is the one who told me you couldn’t cook your way out of a paper bag! And she was right!”

    …or, you know, stuff is ok, whatever…what do I know.

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    scottartist creator 2 months ago

    Both my parents would read to us on different nights. Dad was the more likely to do voices. Dad introduced us to the Pooh and Christopher Robin books, well before the Disney version. (Although Disney thought he was one of the few American parents even aware of the books.) Dad sometimes read comics aloud to us, and I remember him trying for Olive Oyl’s voice in a Popeye comic.

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    vaughnrl2003 Premium Member 2 months ago

    I think Prince Charming set the bar a little to high.

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    Li'l ol' me Premium Member 2 months ago

    I don’t recall seeing mom out there shoveling the snow, working on the car, repairing things, or cleaning the yard.

    Sometimes being single is easier. Marriage can be tough, but what a freaking nag she is today.

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    delennwen  2 months ago

    This is how Mom and Dad got to be like Earl and Opal when they got older.

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    kathleenhicks62  2 months ago

    All the likes are women?

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    SweetSinger  2 months ago

    As usual, Panel 3 is priceless.

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    dragonbite  2 months ago

    Yeah because the “Dad’s Job” of making money for the household doesn’t count?

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    DCBakerEsq  2 months ago

    Dads always get a bum rap.

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    WVWV  2 months ago

    Don’t tell stories.

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    RobertRomero  2 months ago

    Yeah, in today’s popular culture, dads are depicted as clueless incompetents.

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    Night-Gaunt49  2 months ago

    Calvin stays a child of 6 perpetually.

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