March 08, 2019
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YOU spell it, Lucy! And while you’re at it, try “antidisestablishmentarianism” and “sesquipedalian.”
Definition of Lucy’s word in the final panel? (To play along, legaleagle48, let’s see if she can spell Mary Poppins’ word.)
You are right Charles…AND, I dont think they will ask you to spell that anyway…go for it…Life is a crap shoot…
Quick! What is the helicociliosternutatogenic reflex?
One time in elementary school, I was the last person standing for the class spelling bee. I thought I had it nailed: the word was “Christmas”. I forgot to say “Capital” before “C”.
When I was a kid, we were all “entered” in the Spelling Bee. Everyone gave it a go in class. The class champ would then go against the other classes’ champs, then on up the chain.
how the heck did she even PRONOUNCE that word?
“Do or do not….there is no try”
Spell Telomerase. LLaP Charlie Brown.
All a bunch of floccinaucinihilipilification.
How about “pschoalphadiscobetabioaquadoloop”?
antidisestablishmentarianism has 28 letters.smiles has a mile between 2 S’s.strength has 7 consonants and 1 vowel.
That’s just like Lucy to put him off!
I can’t even SAY it, never mind spell it! ;)
Spell Saskatchewan, or Iqulait.
No, it’s a real chemical.
There was a Peanuts cartoon special with Charlie Brown in a spellin bee championship. Linus gave him his blanket for good luck. But as luck would have it, Charlie Brown spelled beagle as beagel. Rats. :(
Wikipedia: Acetylcholinesterase, also known as AChE or acetylhydrolase, is a serine protease that hydrolyzes the neurotransmitter acetylcholine
for what it is worth…a·ce·tyl·cho·lin·es·ter·ase [ə st’l kōlən éstə rayss, ə st’l kōlən éstə ràyz] n enzyme: an enzyme, present in blood and some nerve endings, that aids the breakdown of acetylcholine and suppresses its stimulatory effect on nerves.
Note: Something that Charlie Brown could use a lot of when dealing with Lucy.
i love this comic.
what’s wrong with Lucy?!!!!!…what’s she doing trying to drive Charlie Brown crazy??!!!!!!!
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