December 07, 2018
June 19, 2018
I can tell that the cereal bag is almost the same size as a bag of dog food
Is the milk tanker-truck parked in the driveway yet?
THAT’S a little overboard?!
Why did you just say that Jon?
Thanks to you, Jon, Garfield’s litter box will be a lot fuller this week.
Just keep it in the freezer.
One time I weighed 41 pounds.
Garfield just needs a kiddie pool and a couple gallons of milk
Garf is going to have a blast!
Eating it is not the problem. Surviving eating it is the problem.
I think he should share it with Calvin.
Jon challenged the wrong competitive eater.
Ah Jon, you underestimate Garfield. Or, more specifically, his stomach
Garfield probably can fit all that cereal in his mouth.
That’s a 40 lb. bag? Looks more like a 14 lb. bag. Of course, I don’t know what a sugar blaster is, so have at it. Garfield and friends should polish it off in 3 days, or so.
garfield in the last panel = me for summer
Jon, this is Garfield you’re talking about! He’ll finish off that bag of Sugar Blasters cereal within an hour or two, give or take letting Calvin have some as well.
He’ll be done with that in no more than five minutes.
Ah Jon went to Costco?
You forgot whom you’re talking to, John.
I have to stop buying the big box cereals at Costco. Seems I never get through them.
If he keeps eating like that, he’s going to need quart sized bottles of insulin.
doubt Garfield plans to share
Sugar Blasters must be that store’s own version of Calvin’s favorite cereal: Chocolate-Frosted Sugar Bombs.
Jon should ask Calvin’s mother in the Calvin and Hobbes comic strip where she buys Chocolate Frosted Sugar Bombs. I bet it will be a hit with Garfield and Jon. Milk optional.
Less than 48 hours.
Jon’s overboards are the base of this splendid strip.
BB King will be in the next comic to test Garfield’s blood sugar.
181 bowls of cereal (40 pounds in grams divided by 100 [average bowl of cereal is 100 grams] equals 181.473)