February 03, 2019
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Scotsmen hate being laughed at as well when non-Scottish people mistake a kilt for a skirt.
Well, I’d say Peppermint Patty has served notice. The thing is, at that age, girls are still usually about the same size as boys…I can still remember a couple girls in grade school who were worth avoiding a fight with.
“It looks nice on you…ow!”
Maybe if it was a dress like the other girls instead of a mumu.
One gown, er.. down!
She put the smackdown on him.
My psychic powers predict a trip to the principal’s office…
One of my identical twin daughters was very anti-dress. The other preferred them.
Rule being right or not (now or way back then), the key is to adhere to the rule in your own way PP… find a way to wear the dress/shoes in your own way… ;-)
So Peppermint Patty was Alice’s sensei?
That dress did not succeed in making Patty the delicate flower they envisioned.
The coloring makes the kid in the second panel look like a young Dilbert . . .
Who’s the kid??
“She touched me. She wadded up her fist and then, she touched me”!
Yeah. Peppermint Pattie is a beach comber.
Battery and bullying are fun.
How “piggy” of that guy…
She did find a dress that’s just the same as her shirt, only longer.
Strange, 1972 is the time when school dress codes were becoming more relaxed in some parts of the country. But then again, a few years ago a little girl was sent home from Kindergarten for having blue and green hair.
I don’t advocate for violence, but he asked for it.
Poor Peppermint Patti – “girls” were not allowed to wear pants/shorts to school until I was in 12th grade………growing up in upstate NY, you got use to frozen knees walking to and from bus stop and waiting for bus :(
I think she looks pretty much the same, except for wearing shoes. The shoes should really annoy her. She can always wear shorts under her dress.
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