Yeah, it’s right next to Lola the Stripper.
HAHAHAHA. Good one guys.
nice male bonding, Darryl and Hammie, by messing with girl Zoe like that
That’s Can, sir, the crab
Open up the Sunday comics and get an astrology lesson. Heh Heh!!
Love you Hammie! You “cracked” me up today!
Learn something new everyday.
Missed to opportunity to show the kid how to find the North Star.
Draco, like the Dipper and Cassiopeia, is always near Polaris, but is really dim, long, and hard to find, so it seems odd that he would spot it at all.
Al the plumber lol
LOL, snort, snort. The last panel is prescious. Good catch and the fly by Darryl.
So, they’re under the big “W”, huh? Well, It’s a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World…
As I can not go anywhere, watch church service first, and then my comics. Dad you are so funny with Hammie’s question.
Great Dad comeback to Hammie’s question! Score one for Darryl!
DIfferent cultures have seen different shapes in the stars and therefore have different traditions for constellations and the people/deities/objects they represent.
I think Carl Sagan mentioned this (in Cosmos?) and then went on to point out that it would be equally valid for us to come up with our own constellations based on our own culture, rather than using those that were documented thousands of years ago.
So Hammie and Daryl are not actually wrong. It’s just that the constellation of “Al” isn’t very well known at this time.
lmao great dad joke.. keep it up!
That was laugh out loud funny Darryl.
I love this!!!
I wonder which one he really was looking at.
how is he reading a star chart in the dark…?
Those last two panels win the internet today, in my opinion!!!
I was going to say i saw a duckie and a horsie,but I changed my mind—CHARLES SCHULZ
I think that laughing face in the last panel is the purest expression of joy I’ve ever seen from Hammie!
lmao, goofy fellas
January 25, 2022