Calvin and Hobbes by Bill Watterson for April 30, 2024

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    BE THIS GUY  3 months ago

    If Susie is right, Calvin is immune for life.

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    codycab  3 months ago

    You think that’s bad, Calvin, wait until 2020.

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    C  3 months ago

    I reject your reality and insert my own

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    salakfarm Premium Member 3 months ago

    So Calvin will grow up to be an anti-vaxxer?

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    Bilan  3 months ago

    For more bad news, Susie is the star pitcher.

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    snsurone76  3 months ago

    I dislike competative sports—especially involving kids. IMHO, it teaches them the wrong values—like the Vince Lombardi maxim: “Winning isn’t everything; it’s the ONLY thing!”

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    Hello Everyone  3 months ago

    It’s nice that Susie doesn’t care whether Calvin plays Baseball or not. She just wants to play with him.

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    KennethPrice2  3 months ago

    Be careful Susie. He would jump off the teeter-totter causing you to bruise your infamous delicate heinie.

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    KA7DRE Premium Member 3 months ago

    “Ride…..ride my sea-saw…..have my seat….take my place…..it’s for free” – Moody Blues -

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    DaveG1960  3 months ago

    Hobbes is going to be so jealous……

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    baraktorvan  3 months ago

    Unfortunately given the political climate today, she is wrong.

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    albertonencioni  3 months ago

    This “cootie” thing has always baffled me: it is only USA in spite of the historic American matriarcate. In Italy we are traditionally more “sexist”, but we never ever had such a stupidity, even in elementary school.

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    markkahler52  3 months ago

    Facemask, Calvin. All you need…. allegedly….

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    phritzg Premium Member 3 months ago

    I like that Susie calls it a teeter-totter instead of a seesaw. That’s what we called them where I grew up.

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    Link from Twilight Princess  3 months ago

    Luckily I already got my shots.

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    Doug Taylor Premium Member 3 months ago

    COOTIE CENTRAL hahahahahahahaha

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    SquidGamerGal  3 months ago

    Why didn’t anyone tell Calvin?

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    Watcher  3 months ago

    it’s not about you.

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    dflak  3 months ago

    I remember cooties. There were a number of “rules.”

    First of all, you can not get cooties from girls who are related to you. This includes sisters and up to first cousins.

    Second, girls are only carriers for a limited time in their life: generally the grade school years. Boys can only catch cooties during this age range as well.

    Third, age makes a difference. The closer the girl is to you in age, the more likely you are to get cooties from her.

    Fourth, there is no such thing as natural immunity. Having caught a case of cooties does not mean that you will not catch them again.

    Fifth, the only cure is quarantine. You must avoid all girls for an unspecified period of time.

    Finally, girl cooties are not fatal.

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    mountainclimber  3 months ago

    Stupidity produces antibodies?

    Evil: “Oh, Benson… Dear Benson, you are so mercifully free of the ravages of intelligence.”

    Benson : “Oh, you say such nice things, Master.” (Time Bandits)

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    Just-me  3 months ago

    Relax Calvin, in a few years, you’ll look forward to associating with girls/women.

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    Robert4170  3 months ago

    Calvin will show how bad he is at playing sports. This, along with his antisocial behavior, explains why he never plays with other boys, and preferred to dream up a friend.

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    sandpiper  3 months ago

    Susie is right. Stupidity breeds antibodies, but they usually work against increasing intelligence. There are those who start out ‘green’ and who gradually mature into adept, thoughtful individuals. Then there are those who start out ‘green’ and never reach a mature stage of thinking and doing anything beyond what suits them.

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    chuckcork1  3 months ago

    The baseball arc really hits home for me (pun not intended).I wanted to be playing sport with everyone else, except I was autistic (unknown at the time) and bullied out of particpation. Then later bullied because I was not longer interested in participating, because of the bullying.

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    Elisabunny  3 months ago

    They sign up to play baseball? At our elementary school, it’s all spontaneous games, with both boys and girls playing.

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    artegal  3 months ago

    Circle, circle, dot, dot, dot. Now I’ve had my cootie shot.

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    ladykat  3 months ago

    Good comeback, Susie!

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    elvira.alejandro  3 months ago

    Who is the dumb around? Like says the song: before you accuse me, take a look yourself.

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    Angry Indeed Premium Member 3 months ago

    I had to put up with three of them when I got home from school. Calvin, you have NO idea!

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    circleM  3 months ago

    I always like girls from kindergarten and up. Kinda of had to play along with the boys with that cootie stuff but never believed it.

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    wiley207  3 months ago

    I don’t recall my elementary school having recess baseball… but the kids (both the boys and girls) did often play kickball during recess, though I rarely joined; I usually used recess to just cut loose and unwind for a while.

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    Robert4170  3 months ago

    From Starship Troopers:

    ″‘You! I’ve just awarded you the prize for the hundred-meter dash. Does it make you happy? […] No dodging, please. You have the prize — here, I’ll write it out: ‘Grand prize for the championship, one hundred-meter sprint.‘” He had actually come back to my seat and pinned it on my chest. ‘There! Are you happy? You value it — or don’t you?’ Mr. Dubois had looked surprised. ‘It doesn’t make you happy?’

    ‘You know darn well I placed fourth!’

    ‘Exactly! The prize for first place is worthless to you . . . because you haven’t earned it. But you enjoy a modest satisfaction in placing fourth; you earned it.‘”

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    John Jorgensen  3 months ago

    I remember we were giving ourselves and each other cootie shots all the time when I was in fitst and second grade. I always wondered why we had to keep redoing it when it specifically said “Now I have it for life.”

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    Silence Dogood Premium Member 3 months ago

    Hilarious! No other comments necessary…

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    tammyspeakslife Premium Member 3 months ago

    Thanks Susie, I know what my favourite new quote will be to the next person who disrespects me

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    liberalnlovinit  3 months ago

    Calvin, I think Suzie just conned you out of the swing…

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    eced52  3 months ago

    That must mean Calvin is overflowing with antibodies.

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    g04922  3 months ago

    LOL… Calvin’s worst nightmare.

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    Otis Rufus Driftwood  3 months ago

    Perhaps we should be grateful Watterson retired the strip long before COVID.

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    Gamerkillss  3 months ago

    “stupidy produces antibodies” good one

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    klingon131  3 months ago

    I refused to play sports with the guys in school. I wanted to do gymnastics, girls or no girls. Teachers wouldn’t let me so I climbed the rope and worked out. Guess what grades I got? Not A’s.

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    ArcticFox Premium Member 3 months ago

    Ah, yes. The ubiquitous cootie. I remember them well, having had more than my share of them!!!

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    Gus the goose  3 months ago

    Today is april 31st and apperently on april fools someone said there would be new and c and h comic this is inccorect

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