Calvin and Hobbes by Bill Watterson for March 23, 2024

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    BE THIS GUY  3 months ago

    Hopefully, he stops with barf.

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    codycab  3 months ago

    If only Mr Watterson could color these comic strips in particular.

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    Sugar Bombs 95  3 months ago

    I actually remember trying that with my markers when I read this strip as a kid.

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    rekam Premium Member 3 months ago

    Blech!

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    Farside99  3 months ago

    I’ll have my grandkids try this one! {^¿^}

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    snsurone76  3 months ago

    Crayola’s newest crayon: “Puke”.

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    Imagine  3 months ago

    Here in Germany there is a new brand of supposedly high quality dog food. I kid you not, the name of it is BARF. They have been doing more and more advertising for it.

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    Robin Harwood  3 months ago

    Remember to draw in the diced carrots. Whenever someone chucks, there are always diced carrots in the mix.

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    The Reader Premium Member 3 months ago

    It is hard to get a standard color in a black-and-white strip.

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    Pongo ol’ Boy  3 months ago

    Always wanted the 64 count of Crayola Crayons when I was a kid (the one with the built in sharpener). All my parents would buy me was the 24 count. Thinking back, 24 colors was plenty.

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    Purple People Eater  3 months ago

    What kind of crayon set does Calvin have? Crayola has never had yellow ochre or lime green.

    (I googled “64 color crayons” and got a complete list, but I can’t post the URL here.)

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    Count Olaf Premium Member 3 months ago

    Calvin is a real Vincent van Gag.

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    Link from Twilight Princess  3 months ago

    He’s doing a great job blending the colors. I always suck at doing that.

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    SquidGamerGal  3 months ago

    Why would somebody in their right mind want puke-colored crayon?!

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    markkahler52  3 months ago

    If there’s barf around, color me GONE!!

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    [Traveler] Premium Member 3 months ago

    When I was a kid, we called crayons “colors”

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    'IndyMan'  3 months ago

    I remember ‘coercing’ my Mom into letting me get the ‘large, special carton’ of crayons (with the sharpener) and all the colors—don’t think I ever used half of them ! ! !

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    njchris  3 months ago

    I remember getting my first box of Crayola crayons with 64 different colors. Burnt ochre and flesh being two of those colors. Circa 1950 before you comment.

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    KageKat  3 months ago

    I read this one as a kid and while most of the colors made sense to me, I got the feeling that if purple is in your barf, you’ve got some issues….

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    ladykat  3 months ago

    I wish I still had a child’s imagination.

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    Tarzan & Redd Panda  3 months ago

    The vomit crayon always goes missing first. Sad.

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    French Persons Premium Member 3 months ago

    Show it to Susie. I’m sure that she will appreciate it.

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    22Wu33/es Premium Member 3 months ago

    Doesn’t look like a box of 64

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    g04922  3 months ago

    LOL… Perfect Barf. Gotta love Hobbes.

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    guenette.charlie(BozoKnows)  3 months ago

    That’s something you’d never see on Bob Ross’ show, huh?

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    coltish1.  3 months ago

    Yay! A perfect two-word review of anything by Michener.

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    Thomas Scott Roberts creator 3 months ago

    That’s a big set? That’s puny compared to the Crayola stadium set.

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    kamoolah  3 months ago

    Calvin is wasting time on this instead of math, spelling, critical race theory and phonics? No wonder he doesn’t fit in at public school.

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    mindjob  3 months ago

    Reminds me of the gag stores that sell fake vomit. It looks just like the real thing. Makes you wonder how they did the R & D

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    Otis Rufus Driftwood  3 months ago

    Some colors don’t belong even in the 64 color box of crayons.

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    willie_mctell  3 months ago

    When I was in 6th grade I was the class tempera paint color mixer. The school provided white, black, red, blue, and yellow powder. I knew the color wheel and the teacher was desperate for ways to keep me busy.

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    namelocdet  3 months ago

    Needs more Van-Dyke Brown.

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    bookworm0812  3 months ago

    Not really, Calvin. Barf comes out in a wide variety of colors. I oughta know. I got freaked out for a split second last time because I thought I puking blood. But then I remembered what I ate.

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    pixiekitten Premium Member 3 months ago

    Be careful of be roadkill

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    bookworm0812  3 months ago

    I remember when some of the colors were reverses of each other. Like you had red-orange and orange-red, blue-green and green-blue, blue-violet and violet-blue, etc. The thing is, when I took Art Appreciation in high school (required, not a choice), we had to do a color wheel (using only the primary colors). The teacher was telling us for colors like red-orange or blue-violet, you used more of the first color listed. But with Crayola, it was the opposite. The orange-red was more red. I think that one might be labeled as scarlet now. All of the bi-colors were like this. And violet-blue is indigo now. I think dandelion is the old orange-yellow. Silver doesn’t color as well as it did when I was younger.

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    The Gun Doctor  3 months ago

    I once asked my “Art Appreciation” instructor why artists didn’t work in Crayon. He told me that it was because the colors won’t blend.

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