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Wallace the Brave by Will Henry for April 20, 2021

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    Muntherdoesstuff  2 months ago

    Amelia: YES SHARPEN MY WEAPON FOR WAR SPUD

    Spud: what

    Amelia: what
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    Muntherdoesstuff  2 months ago

    the seagull: ok but does it give me chips

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    Its just me  2 months ago

    Mostly used my pocket knife.

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    Kroykali  2 months ago

    The mechanical sharpener in panel two shows something that many teachers (in my school at least) didn’t realize – that they’re designed to be mounted either vertically (table) or horizontally (wall), and the oval-shaped shell which holds the shavings can be snapped on so that the oval points down either way to hold the most shavings. The one in panel two is on the wrong way.

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    crookedwolf Premium Member 2 months ago

    Whoa, Big Betty, bam-ba-lam..!

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    jschumaker  2 months ago

    Looks like Big Betty could be used as a battering ram.

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    Three Steps Over Japan  2 months ago

    Was this from Sharpener Image?

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    Aladar30 Premium Member 2 months ago

    Spud is a child with wild passions.

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    snarkm  2 months ago

    Spud is very likely in for a huge disappointment. I got a large novelty pencil when I was ten or so and brought it to school to write with. I soon found out that “novelty” is code for “useless” because there was only about a quarter inch of lead in that thing, the rest was just solid wood. After the first sharpening it was just an expensive yellow stick.

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    tcanton125  2 months ago

    I had one of those novelty pencils.

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    NealJ  2 months ago

    Will Henry’s signature is a pencil sharpener.

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    raybarb44  2 months ago

    That’s my man…..

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    snowedin83861  2 months ago

    Do they still make those fat pencils for kids? Seems dumb, for small fingers, but I’m certain that I had one.

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    scyphi26  2 months ago

    I remember seeing one of those super big pencils as a kid once, and upon seeing it was indeed a functioning pencil, wondered how you were supposed to sharpen it at that size.

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    DCBakerEsq  2 months ago

    For good luck, I used my giant novelty #2 on the bar exam. It didn’t help. :(

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    WCraft Premium Member 2 months ago

    Very poetic – catching up with Calvin!

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    Thinkingblade  2 months ago

    It takes a true connoisseur to truly appreciate a properly sharpened pencil – http://artisanalpencilsharpening.com/index.html

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    parkerinthehouse  2 months ago

    BWAHAHAHAHAHA COFFEEOUTMYNOSEHAHA

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    Not the Smartest Man On the Planet -- Maybe Close Premium Member 2 months ago

    Life is better for the easily amused.

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    FunnyMinnion  2 months ago

    The only babe he’ll ever get!

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    Andrew Sleeth Premium Member 2 months ago

    Some years ago, the Palomino Blackwing 602 pencil became my writing instrument of choice, and I haven’t looked back. I’m not sure why Western culture deemed the pencil as unsuitable for adult use, but I don’t like pens … never have.

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    StrongSand94191-&-CurrentBeatle18 Premium Member 2 months ago

    Spud’s pencil probably needs to be sharpened with a knife

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