March 08, 2019
February 03, 2019
Well she did refer to herself as ‘he’ in the third panel.
It’s usually men who don’t understand this.
Desire to be of Ignorance can mean desire to be in bliss.
You were expressing your problems and Marcie was offering some solutions, Peppermint Patty. ;/
Fast forward to adulthood and Marcie and P Patty will be having the same arguments living together in a duplex or condo with Chuck as their neighbor, probably divorced from Lucy or still married to her but on the short end of a domination based relationship. Sally will still be unsuccessfully chasing after Linus who is still chasing the Great Pumpkin (and other unsolved mysteries like the guys on the History Channel do on most of their shows). Snoopy would have left Chuck long ago and probably is staying with the cute little girl with red hair that Chuck never got the nerve to ask out.
If you’ve been in a relationship with a woman for a while you start understanding that they don’t want you to fix it. They just want you to listen to them complain about it.
Exactly HOW hard are you trying, PP?
That’s why it’s called educa-shun, PP.
who schooled who today?
From the old days to the new, some things never change. School sucks.
A little hard to spot Easter Egg. In the first panel, the girls aren’t just walking to school. They are actually floating in the air! Or maybe they are hopping at the same time like bunnies, but the conversation doesn’t imply that.
I don’t understand that, either. It’s my nature to look for solutions, to try to solve problems.
Sometimes they just want to snivel about how unfair Life is to them Personally.
Time for a visit to Lucy. “Five cents, please.”
But sir, you should take Marcie’s advice and be more responsible.
Culturally speaking, men seek solutions, women offer sympathy. Either Schulz couldn’t think like a girl character, or we have the first depictions of gay girls in the comics.
And when she greets someone with “how you doing?” She surely doesn’t expect a full health update…
It’s always easier to solve other people’s problems.
Marcie is in touch with her masculine side.
PLEASE stop calling her sir.
Marcie does give good advice though, especially about having one’s eyes checked. There, how do you like that pronoun?
Why does Marcie call Peppermint Patty sir anyway?
Employ the solutions, fix the problems, and then no need for sympathy.
Give it up Patty…..she’ll never stop calling you that
They have a good friendship, don’t they?
Actually, that’s quite girly of her. Boys seek to solve a problem; girls seek sympathy for their bruised feelings more than an actual solution.