Peanuts by Charles Schulz for January 28, 2024

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    mccollunsky  4 months ago

    Ones can be tricky they can be I’s or lower case l’s. Nines can sneak up and pretend to be a six.

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    Yngvar Følling  4 months ago

    And a 4 upside down pretends to be a chair.

    Of course, the one without any limit at all, is an 8 on its side.

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    jpsomebody  4 months ago

    If 6 turned out to be 9, I don’t mind.

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    yaakovashoshana  4 months ago

    Sounds like Sally has Ordinal Linguistic Personification Synesthesia.

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    FaustoCoppi  4 months ago

    “You are No. 6.”

    “Who is No. 1?”

    “That would be telling!”

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    Qiset  4 months ago

    And be afraid of 7.

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    thevideostoreguy  4 months ago

    And sevens! Those sneaky so-and-sos, pretending to be L’s, or worse, part of squares. Those aren’t even letters OR numbers!

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    cracker65  4 months ago

    Funny comic

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    Asharah  4 months ago

    6s stand on their heads and pretend to be 9s.

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    Mediatech  4 months ago

    Lets not even start with the letter O and number 0.

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    Purple People Eater  4 months ago

    And what about the nines that pretend that they’re sixes, and the zeros that make you think that they’re O’s.

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    dcdete.  4 months ago

    I even love the title page.

    “Sally. Sally. Sitting up on a three.”

    “She’s acting cleverer than U and M EEE.”

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    hariseldon59  4 months ago

    She’s just written 666 twice. The mark of the beast.

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    KennethPrice2  4 months ago

    In Canasta Red Threes are valuable but Black Threes are useful only as discards.

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    baraktorvan  4 months ago

    I feel the same way about 1s. It can be a 1, it can be a dash, it can be an underline. . . .at least the way most write it. Rarely do I ever see it drawn with the side hat and base.

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    Dean  4 months ago

    Nikola Tesla loved 3s.

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    RobinHood  4 months ago

    3 is a magic number

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    VegaAlopex  4 months ago

    When I was learning those symbols, I gave them personalities. I still see faces on all numbers and letters. Note: 2 is the only number that faces to the right, but — unlike 6 — is looking behind it. I usually draw 2’s as mad to the world so they don’t look like Z’s.

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    MoonlitKnight Premium Member 4 months ago

    And this is why sorting out W’s at an M&M factory is such a hard job. Some might be E’s or 3’s as well.

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    jagedlo  4 months ago

    We take a break from the “Linus on the roof” arc to bring you fun with numbers…

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    Under Dog Premium Member 4 months ago

    They can be birds too.

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    billyk75  4 months ago

    She wrote two 666’s on the last panel.

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    preacherman  4 months ago

    And 6’s like to be 9’s.

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    PaulAbbott2  4 months ago

    You’ll love the Russian Alphabet, Sal. Where “3” is a letter. Comes right before the backwards “N”

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    Darryl Heine  4 months ago

    Why does a number 6 look like a nose? And how can you tell there’s N’s in the M’s?

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    dflak  4 months ago

    What I find interesting is that while we have dozens of different alphabets in the world, almost everyone uses those squiggles we call Arabic Numbers. They were most likely invented in India and propagated by Arab traders during the European siesta called the Dark Ages.

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    uniquename  4 months ago

    On their side, I though the "3"s looked like birds more than "M"s or "N"s.

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    Doug K  4 months ago

    Numbers … You can’t trust any of them.

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    Ellis97  4 months ago

    What about sevens? They eat the number nine.

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    mrsdonaldson  4 months ago

    Turn those threes again and you get M-birds. :)

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    ladykat  4 months ago

    You just can’t trust numbers, can you, Sally?

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    Saddenedby Premium Member 4 months ago

    so it is true that you can manipulate numbers to mean whatever you want visually. also true that one can just stress a few of them over a few of the others, put them in a certain order, and conveniently leave out a couple and you have the “state of the union” and the “economic growth” governmental figures. Or even the “end of year” company report, “scientific” trends, and of course the IRS income tax percentages that will soon be haunting everyone. All definitely, numbers we have to deal with that aren’t as fun as yours Sally, but numbers are used that way whenever certain people try to convince other people of how good a “job” they’re doing. Or not doing.

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    Crandlemire  4 months ago

    Now if a 6 turned out to be 9 I don’t mind, I don’t mind, (well alright)

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    Otis Rufus Driftwood  4 months ago

    Sally really sees the world differently, doesn’t she?

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    Decepticomic  4 months ago

    $41Iy makes a good point.

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    Jonathan K. and the Elusive Dream Girl  4 months ago

    Peanuts has been brought to you today by the numbers 3 and 6.

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    Bob Ross Fan  4 months ago

    It’s really interesting how our language works. Schulz really was a comic genius huh

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    ajakimber425  4 months ago

    Or 9’s

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    Angry Indeed  4 months ago

    She must crunch the numbers to save humanity!

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    Jogger2  4 months ago

    When I was in 1st and 2nd grade, there was an eye chart like that. Instead of identifying the letters, we identified which way the “E” was facing.

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    Clever Arabs…

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    smooth_sphinx497122  4 months ago

    I don’t think threes are not trusted. FIVE’S are not trusted!

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    !!ǝlɐ⅁ Premium Member 4 months ago

    So, there had been 66 comments before mine here, so that showed two noses, instead of one!! If this be 67, then what is beside the nose??

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    Sakura Tomoe  4 months ago

    8 is the worst. It lies on its back and just goes on forever.

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    anncorr339  4 months ago

    Sally is losing it over the number3

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    [Unnamed Reader - 14b4ce]  4 months ago

    Wait’ll she gets interested in pig latin

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    Ceeg22 Premium Member 4 months ago

    My 6s pretend to be Gs

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    Lisa Marie Chamberlain  3 months ago

    Number 3s can be for birds, clouds

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