And he wonders later on why nobody wants to play with him!
Reminds me of another classic Peanuts strip where cowboy Charlie Brown keeps shooting Indian Lucy where the latter keeps saying the former missed. Then when she says she shot him and he says she missed, she asks in a bawl why he doesn’t play fair.
Sounds just like my wife.
Fort-five years ago, I came across an arcade game called Gunfight, and decided to play it.
A lot of fun as kids! (Did not argue, though)!
An argument is an intellectual process. Contradiction is just the automatic gainsaying of anything the other person says!
Dose anyone else remember sandboxes like that? With an awning that slid down the posts to cover the sand and keep the neighborhood cats out? I had one.
You do realize that everyone who likes this cartoon is being reported to the cancel culture society, right?
modern-day politicians starting their training early in lifeknew a kid like that a couple of years ago. after I met his mother I totally understood where the kid got it from.
I remember playing bang you missed. Then we discovered the dramatic art of dying.
Thus was born lazer tag and air soft and paint ball guns …
I, my brothers, and my cousins argued who got shot first all the time when we were kids.
Reenactors hate dying (means lie still for the rest of the battle, getting sunburnt), you practically have to schedule them to fall – unless they run out of ammo.
Charles E. Brown, Esq.
See, this is why Dungeons & Dragons has rules.