February 07, 2019
January 17, 2018
People who need people,
Are the luckiest people in the world
Kids can be mean.
Harsh, ain’t it?
Meanwhile, Hobbes shows up in Calvin’s life and they’re playing made up games just like THAT.
13 years later he is begging her for a date.
She needs a better class of friend. Unfortunately, at her age, proximity is paramount.
Ask Hobbes. He has a soft spot for you and he his a smoocher.
Maybe Calvin’s shenanigans give your life more meaning than you think.;-D
Sometimes having fun with oneself is better as with an unpleasant person!!
Is taking a poop on a rock in the woods having fun? Maybe he should have pulled his pants down first?
Poor Suzie. Wants whom she can’t have! *grin*
“Who needs jerks like he is, anyway?”
That poor girl, needing Calvin for a friend. Maybe she should get her own tiger.
This strip leaves you feeling hopeless. Suzie needs a friend and all she has is Calvin?
Wake up, little Susie! :D
I know how you feel Susie… I am an adult today and still have the same problem…
Well, you could read a book. …i guess
For ME…. all I need is my computer!!! I’ve done the dating, marriage and children thing… and now all I need is my computer… but woe is me if it is down for any reason!
♫ “I am a rock, I am an iiiiiii….island.”♫
Calvin is a poop. Now they are both bored to tears, separately.
Mean time I feel sorry for Susie.
In fact, at my age, that’s often the most fun I have in a day…
Poking Poop with a stick that would get Calvin to join in.
I have always thought a good poop was underrated! ;o]
I love Suzi.
“Poop” that would be my sentiment also, BUT a different word.
Many times, rather than appreciating the friends that we DO have, we get upset over the people who WON’T be our friend. Move on, little Susie.
I have fun pooping alone. In fact, I find the idea of a group poop daunting.
That’s sad. Kids can be really cruel at times. So can adults.
Hey, hey, hey! Watch your potty mouth! This is a family strip!
oh oh oh Susie Darlin’….
One of the relatively few C&H strips that isn’t about what’s going on in Calvin’s head. I like it; it adds depth.
Gasp – that’s almost a swear word for a kid that age!
Not to worry Susie, just tuck away the stuffed tiger from Calvin and see the fun.
She lacks Calvin’s capacity for fantasy. Fortunately.