February 07, 2019
January 17, 2018
But making sure number 2 is regular is important to your health.
Calvin is number 2 in so many ways.
Calvin is such a spitfire, his PRINCIPLE is to always be in the office of the PRINCIPAL.;D
Most of humankind live by that principle.
Well, at least he’s honest. I’ll give him that…
The problem with his principle is in getting others to agree that he’s number one.
I knew someone who had been released from prison who said that that was his favorite book.
Yeah. I have always wondered about mothers who yell “Behave!” at their kids when they already ARE behaving (badly).
Sounds like he’s been watching Trump on TV!!
I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again: Calvin is destined to go into politics.
Good one, Calvin – that is the number one way for not being number one.
That’s Trump’s principle. Amazing the number of Americans who ignore it or are oblivious to it.
An anagram of that principle is “Rumour notebook felon.”
Awh… he’s all growed up!
OMG, it’s Trump as a little boy!
Another one for the fridge magnet. Watterson is full of them.
Who knew that Calvin was a Republican??
While looking out for Number One, be careful you don’t step in Number Two.
And don’t step in number 2.
“You should always lay bets on self-interest, at least you know it’s trying”
that is what Trump did throughout his Presidency.
Yup, Calvin has a future in the Executive suite, if he can stay out of jail long enough.
I always thought this one was one of the funniest.
Look out for number two if you live on a farm.
So far no one has mentioned Bill Watterson’s inspiration for this line.
In “The Calvin and Hobbes Tenth Anniversary Book”, Bill follows his inclusion of this strip with the explanation that it was inspired by his arguments with the newspaper syndicate who published the strip and wanted to merchandise it and make a TV cartoon of it. Calvin’s line reflects how Watterson interpreted their motivation.
With all the stuff that’s coming down, you also have to look up to avoid #2.
Calvin still has some growing up to do.
I thought that hair looked familiar
Another strip where I think an entire generation learned the wrong thing from Watterson.
It’s nice to have principles. But, it’s better to have unimaginable wealth, power, and glory. Or, so I’ve heard.
The biggest laugh for me in “A Fish Called Wanda” was Jamie Lee Curtis explaining to Kevin Klein that the primary principal of Zen Buddhism was not “Look out for Number One,”
Ah – a child of the new generation!
Eat him, Hobbes.
Gee, all you need now is a phone that you can send tweets from and you can be president. (But you might get impeached and you’re limited to 4 years)
I was gonna do a shot every time someone made a politcal comment, but then I remembered I was at work.
Young Donald Trump… fer shur dude.
What did the zookeeper say about the elephant with diarrhea? “Look out for number two!”
Everybody had Principles, some just more Principled in their Principles
You are indeed number one in our lifes dear.