Franks and beans! Franks and beans!
My money is now firmly on Eugene. He could break the code, and he had access to Phoebe’s pens. Motive? To prove he’s smarter than Jason and Marcus.
I always look forward to my Big Stick of the Day.
I was just thinking that she’s living up to her initial.
And the most amazing thing is, we did it to ourselves—voluntarily putting our lives on Facebook, our thoughts on Twitter, and finding out what kind of pizza topping we are from Buzzfeed.
In ‘The Complete Cul de Sac’, Richard mentioned that he had a subplot that he never used, about the shoeboxes coming from grandma’s, one of the many results of a lifetime of hoarding. (Forgive me for not pulling out the books to find the exact quote. They’re not indexed in any way.)
My first book was ‘Are You My Mother?’ It’s about a chick who falls from the nest and wanders around asking every creature it runs into the title question. I’ll never forget my excitement when I ran to the kitchen and read it to my mother. That moment when all the marks on the page suddenly made sense.
I was four when that happened. My older brother, of course, came home from school and beat me up for learning younger than he did.
Put Arlo on salads. Still important enough to be of real assistance, but a lot less pressure.
I try to avoid making comments that are unsupportive, but this depiction of Mrs. Angelini is so much worse than if Steenz had done nothing at all and kept her permanently MIA. Pro tip—casting a fan-favorite character in a negative light will do nothing to win over those fans, and may hurt you in the eyes of the aforementioned group.
One of the great things about strips like today’s is that it shows where Calvin got his creative, imaginative nature from. It’s not just ‘wild kid and beleaguered parents’, like a lot of strips are.