February 07, 2019
January 17, 2018
The pleasure of eating alone.
I remember trying that out as a kid.
Well. Calvin is actually right, but not as he means it. Wonderfully, wonderfully weird. Now, Calvin himself, at this stage in his life…
Well excuse Susie for being honest, Calvin.
A peanut butter and banana sandwich was a real treat for me. And forget about jam unless Mom’s morning had spun completely out of control. Much more likely to be some kind of lunch-meat with lettuce and condiments, but chopped black olives (maybe with cream cheese) was a personal favorite.
An example of what the real world sees when Calvin’s imagination goes wild.
The question is why did Suzie even started eating there ? Haven’t shee been warned before aleready…
‘Girls are so weird.’ Right you are, Calvin, but this girl would’ve out-weirded even you.
Morning Bill, you must have had 1 hella of a child hood or and an imagination to match!
Today’s strip is one example of a time when neither Calvin nor Susie understand one another. There are other instances where one of them understands the other well enough to manipulate him or her.
Was their a real Susie or someone like her and if so do they still communicate.
Girls are weird?
Wait till he becomes a freshman. He’ll probably get that facial pretty much once a week. Of course it’s not so bad since they will probably give him a swirly too. That should clean him up. …high school PTSD is not a thing is it?
Peanut butter? At School! Bring out the hazmat suits!
I refer you to Super-Fun-Pak comics to see his future.
Calvin graduated…to the Giggly Academy.
I’ve missed posting, been in hospital for last few weeks, mystery infection in my leg so haven’t felt like posting, as they can’t find the origin or identify the bug docs are just using the broad spectrum anti biotics and upping the dosage by 20per cent, feel s like brute force and ignorance to me, anyway, if anyone was wondering as I wasn’t putting up my usual rubbish, that’s why, Dave.
You have to admire Calvin’s willingness to go the distance to entertain his audience. Too bad it’s lost on Susie.
Another reason why clubs such as G.R.O.S.S. are needed.
When I was seven I tried to be Spider-man by spreading peanut butter all over the walls and trying to clime on it. I had to clean a lot that day.
Yes. Yes we are.
One of my favorites.
Mom: “Curses! Foiled again! Tomorrow, noodles!” ☺
Calvin will probably have trouble getting dates when he’s older…
In 4th grade, my BFF had the same lunch every single day. No kidding.
Eewwwww!! Omg !!! Another Calvin!!!!
You think the she would have learned by now…..
Laugh out Loud. Multiple punch lines through last 7 panels.
What an awesome strip today! Counting small gratitudes.
Yes they are. But this time you were weirder.
The champion of conspiracy theories.
Yeah! No imagination at all.
Calvin with the peanut butter on his face looks so hilarious! But he probably should’ve saved that gag for April Fool’s Day…
“Mom is trying to kill me.” When Freud wipes off the peanut butter what would his diagnosis be?
What a waste of peanut butter.
Susie should have had some jelly with her to top it off and give Calvin some hair jel.
The fourth-to-last panel is one of my all-time favorites.
Pot? Meet kettle. [smile]
I really wish we’d seen more of Calvin’s peers than Susie and Moe. I don’t think any of the other boys in his class would be grossed out by this – to pre-teen boys, “gross” is something to aspire to.
Love the look on Susie’s face – LOLOL
C’mon, Susie. You gotta admit it’s entertaining.
I agree with you, Calvin.
Oddly enough, I remember eating my peanut butter sandwich at about that same age, and thinking the same thing about girls. I grew out of thinking that – I guess we’ll never know if Calvin does.
I mean boys are like girls and girls are like boys (you already know what the differences are between them)