A boy who knows how to use free will.
as if a dog and monkey aren’t enough? (better check your shoes that are currently on your feet, Mr. Meggs)
Linus: “I love mankind, it’s people I can’t stand!”
btw not to brag or anything but every time I see the ad about the editor Lee Salem I can’t help remembering that I taught his kid how to cheat at poker when I was in college and he was one of the kids in our college’s production of “The Music Man”…………….
So ignoring common sense counts as common sense. Should I try it?
“It dropped.” Not “I dropped it.” Calvin, the original no-fault man. He’ll grow up to be a very successful lawyer—technically he did tell the truth.
Common sense is an oxymoron.
Common sense is not so common anymore.
I could go on and on about this but ………
Oh thank you so much Calvin. Now I know what excuse I’ll use when I do something stupid.
Lot of that going around this year.
Can’t tell you how many times I’ve heard that phrase
Sure do hope Ginger is better at keeping his funnel web spider caged.
I had a person recently complain that I lacked common sense…because I didn’t use common words...True story.
I’ve noticed that we do tend to do that when a little kid is involved, but if an adult has an accident, it doesn’t get the same reaction.
The dumbest people I’ve known claimed to have common sense, like it was a badge of honor to have what everyone else has if you consider what “common” means.
A boy destined to become a politician…..
With a youngster like Calvin under her heels, I’m surprised Mom doesn’t use melamine dishes; or at least, Corelle…
“I didn’t actually BREAK it, per se. You see, I was just carrying it around the house; I’d toss it up into the air, and catch it. But then I tossed it up so that it would bounce off the ceiling; and kinda land on the kitchen floor by mistake. And so I didn’t actually break it; rather, it broke itself. Yeah. That’s it. It broke itself. (Big grin!)” Calvin (now sulking on the bed, having just been sent to his room!): “Unfortunately, when you’re only six years old, your sense of irony really isn’t all that well developed!”
Having common sense is one of my specialities.
Define “common sense” please?
Why do they call it “common” sense when it’s so rare?
Not like that’s surprising.
You think I’m going to listen to a disembodied voice now?
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