Calvin and Hobbes by Bill Watterson for September 13, 2010

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    margueritem  almost 12 years ago

    I wonder why?

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    pouncingtiger  almost 12 years ago

    Calvin’s quick to rub it in.

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    tis4kis  almost 12 years ago

    After a pep talk from Calvin surly is the best you can hope for… and then you die.

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    vibgyor  almost 12 years ago

    What kind, cheering words ! It is mean of Dad not to appreciate !

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    00andy  almost 12 years ago

    Dad must be quicker on the trigger… he should’ve answered something like “if I go to work and earn money I can buy me lots of candies and cartoons”…

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    boy123  almost 12 years ago

    he is a man not a kid andy!

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    rentier  almost 12 years ago

    Surly!

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    Puddleglum2  almost 12 years ago

    Dad surely is surly!

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    rentier  almost 12 years ago

    I like reading good novels too, I could do that for hours and hours and hours!

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    Plods with ...™ Premium Member almost 12 years ago

    And stop calling him Shirley

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    larney45  almost 12 years ago

    See, Calvin does pay attention in school…how many 6- 8 year olds even know what surly means, let alone use it in a sentence! Heck, I teach 14 year olds who don’t know it’s a word!

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    alan.gurka  almost 12 years ago

    Too bad Bill Watterson retired: I would love to see Dad with different comebacks.

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    emi.andrade  almost 12 years ago

    This comic strip just made my day worse…

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    Puddleglum2  almost 12 years ago

    Linda Arney, Calvin’s vocabulary is extensive, but sometimes his grammar is lacking. He used ‘sure’ instead of surely in the last panel. Do you accuse some of your 14 year olds of being surly and they don’t understand what you are saying?

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    lewisbower  almost 12 years ago

    Calvin is going to work in a button factory. He knows which ones to push.

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    calpal10  almost 12 years ago

    Yikes! What a way to start the week…Thanks, Calvin

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    kab2rb  almost 12 years ago

    Calvin on a very nice day I wish I could sit outside reading a good book. I work pt office setting, next week taking Jr. college courses on line for a different type of position. Also Calvin there are workers that work outside all the time.

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    LeslieAnne  almost 12 years ago

    It’s so nice to be back! 4 days of no Calvin and Hobbes… I missed it! It makes me enjoy my day at work!

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    carless  almost 12 years ago

    Smart alecky kid.Don’t you love it when he is right? Think I’ll read a book today as the weathers nice and I have the attained that age..

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    agpeter  almost 12 years ago

    Calvin being a realist? How unrealistic!

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    dsom8  almost 12 years ago

    Actually it’s not Calvin to Dad; it’s Bill Watterson to us. Fhgfh fhfhg s#$ o% a bsdgj!

    Thanks, Bill. A good laugh to help with the “mondays.”

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    rentier  almost 12 years ago

    I cannot stay one day without Calvin and Hobbes!

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    MontanaLady  almost 12 years ago

    Dad shouldn’t be upset……….he gets to leave for work, and won’t have to deal with Calvin. Now, Mom,…………..

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    gofinsc  almost 12 years ago

    “Just you wait, ‘enry ‘iggins, just you wait!”

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    Frankr  almost 12 years ago

    This is Calvin’s revenge for Dad’s astronomy lesson yesterday.

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    glitterygal07  almost 12 years ago

    Calvin is the coolest kid ever. My family is forgetting about Calvin and Hobbes. They used to read it in the papers when I was little, my brother read it, but now whenever I show it to them, they just look at it and just shrug or say meh or something. I’m so sad. I’m thinking: “You read this before me. Some people are just jealous of Bill Watterson’s amazing comic strip

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    khpage  almost 12 years ago

    When Calvin grows up he will start up a clothing store called “Smart T. Pants” - hahahaha….

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    ratlum  almost 12 years ago

    Hold it here you little worm if I were your dad I start my day with education ,your education on respect of other people

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    SWEETBILL  almost 12 years ago

    HO HUM, DAD ,I din’t hear anthing Calvin said either :-)

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    Gretchen's Mom  almost 12 years ago

    boy123:

    I think that Andy was being a little facetious here. I’m sure he absolutely knows that Calvin’s dad is a grown man.

    With the “candies and cartoons” comeback, dad would have turned the tables on Calvin’s smart alecky attitude, saying that because he has a job, he can buy all the candies and cartoons he wants … which are things that Calvin loves but because he’s a 6-year-old boy with a very small allowance, they’re harder to come by for him.

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    Smiley Rmom  almost 12 years ago

    Kids like Calvin are why I question that the child labor laws are a good idea - as they are written. (I’m all for education, I’m just not for letting kids goof off, but unless you have your own business, the government won’t let them work until they’re a teenager - even in the summer. By that time, most of them have the expectation they are entitled to goof off while someone else supports them.)

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    Bargrove  almost 12 years ago

    Rmon: You goofed off as a kid, and look

    how nicely you turned out.

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    Dapperdan61  Premium Member almost 12 years ago

    I’d let Calvin know he doesn’t get $$$ to go to school & will 1 day have to work 40 plus hrs a week as well. By then the retirement age should be about 80

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    JTGAM  almost 12 years ago

    Since when would Calvin read a novel cover to cover dad? That tells you he’s not sincere! Ignore him!

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    shirttailslim  almost 12 years ago

    Payback is a mother…. Payback for the camping trip that only Dad enjoyed!!! Git ‘im, Calvin!!

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    SWEETBILL  almost 12 years ago

    @Poindexter, that was my feeling(comment) earlier

    Just common sense for a Dad with a Calvin type :-)

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    pintcape  almost 12 years ago

    what a kid,make him go and cut the grass,that should get him in a surly mood also.

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    lindz.coop Premium Member almost 12 years ago

    Yeah, too bad Dad has to go back to work after that nice vacation he forced on everybody last week. He had his fun, now it’s Cal’s turn.

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    Destiny23  almost 12 years ago

    Surly to bed, And surly to rise…

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    Me_Again  almost 12 years ago

    Heh, I wonder what my dad would do if I said this to him.

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    Trisha_Evenstar  almost 12 years ago

    LOL!!!!!!!

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    calvinsfreind  almost 12 years ago

    calvin thats not really nice

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