Shouldn’t there be a stuffed tiger in this strip?
Must be colst Calvin’s house
Surely that’s “quick snow” though?
The snow in this strip must not be very packable.
Well maybe they can read. They were devoured by the snow while distratcted looking out for the sand.
Call Olaf from “Frozen 2.” He could tutor them.
This ranks with people talking in a snowstorm and all you see is word balloons. Best way ever of making snowmen. I could make several dozen in a short afternoon this way.
Jason, those are all Snow-Women … the snowmen all know better …
Smart; he must’ve planted the twigs and carrots before a snowfall. That’s why there’s no tracks around the sunken snowmen.
Today’s classic Sunday strip we’re missing:
Shouldn’t that sign say “quicksnow”?
Thanks for keeping us laughing Mr. Amend.HOWEVER, Shouldn’t that sign say “Mind the Saarlac”? You know, the one that lives in the Great Pit of Carkoon on Tatooine?
They couldn’t see; Jason couldn’t find any coal.
That quicksand must be really hidden.
I’ve seen a lot of these snowman gags – I wish I had a fraction of this cretativity. I can’t think of anything original to involve snowman funnies.
Shouldn’t that read “quicksnow”?
Should it not be called “Quicksnow”???? There is NO sand.
Charles Schulz’s take on this, over 66 years ago:
Could have got away but he froze.
Shouldn’t the sign read “Danger Quicksnow”?
So, is Jason only pretending not to know, or did he not make those snowmen that way?
Coping Calvin and Hobbes.
That should be quicksnow!
Quick snow? Quick slush?
Shouldn’t it be ’’quicksnow’’?
There wasn’t enough snow to make a proper snowman, so he did the best with what there was.
How did they manage to build all those snowmen so quick? I would think they would go down with them.
How about Quicksnow??