If that don’t make it regular, nothing will.
It may not make it ‘regular’, but it will clear out some of the crap.
Hey, he answered the question.
Apparently the teacher doesn’t believe that capitalism is the solution to everything.
Hey teacher! Don’t give him crap just ’cause he found a shortcut!
He should get a passing grade for that.
He has a brilliant future ahead in advertising.
He should get credit for drawing so well, so far above his head.
He should get some credit for thinking outside the polygon…
That kid boweled me over.
He’s more circle than polygon. Eats too much pi.
That’s a lot of geometry to dump on the kid. I bet he piles on the homework too.
You’re right. Under socialism everyone would be “regular” because there would be no food.
Today’s strip really moved me.
I’ll fix it! Give me the eraser, the chalk, a ruler, and a protractor. I’ll erase it and re-draw it.
Who is the casket for?
Ask the teacher if he has had a colonoscopy.That experience will surely drain him ;(
Snort! Good one!
I hope you have enough hall passes for everyone.
I’ve seen a teacher poo-poo a student’s answer before, but never quite like that.
Playing D&D with polyhedral dice (the 5 Platonic solids: tetrahedron, hexahedron [cube], octohedron, decahedron, dodecahedron, and icosohedron) would’ve made this simple 2-dimensional task mere child’s play by comparison.
OK fine. Prunes. Is that better?
The boy wanted to start his own movement!
cut him some slack – he’s just a regular kid…
Make adjustments to its number 2 side?