Hobbes choosing not to incriminate himself. Smart tiger!
“They shall grow not old, as we that are left grow old / Age shall not weary them, nor the years condemn. / At the going down of the sun and in the morning, / We will remember them.” ― Laurence Binyon, “For the Fallen”
Only thing missing from this arc is the opportunity of seeing Hobbes dressed up in a suit and tie for the wedding. Or, better yet, in a tuxedo.
I wonder if it would have been worse if The Easter Beagle tossed Charlie Brown a dyed egg, only to miss his target and then realize it was raw and have it crack open at Charlie Brown’s feet.
So, which came first – this strip or “The Scary Door” on “Futurama”?
Hobbes deciding to use his right to remain silent in the last panel – smart tiger!
Thought maybe Woodstock belonged to the Worm Of The Month Club.
It’s surprising Calvin doesn’t spend more time grounded in his room. Mom and Dad must be REALLY forgiving.
“Lex est asino.”