I used to babysit a perfectly average 11-year-old boy who didn’t know the truth about Santa. I accidentally almost blew his mom’s cover, assuming that of course he would know by that age.
Moderation in all things, including moderation.
If only it were a gimmick, for their sake. I think dcdete is exactly as clueless as they constantly appear.
No doubt I’m not the only one who thought of this:
I was originally trying to figure out what Dean was doing there too. The coloring has been fixed, along with the now-added shadowing that was missing at first.
Yes, it’s an image very worthy of the avatar update. Nice!
One of those strange games where “O” would have had to have gone first. But that’s a Bushmiller tradition, actually.
I detect an interesting similarity in academic authority figures here:
Interesting timing. I just finished reading the first graphic novel, Will Eisner’s A Contract with God, and was boning up on Eisner’s term “sequential art” and the notion of comics being the most effective drawn art medium to incorporate the concept of time. Adding CVS receipts to the mix really levels that up.
Today’s strip also reminds me of this one from a while back:
I already looked there, couldn’t find it.