Peanuts by Charles Schulz for February 12, 1961
Pigpen plays in the sandbox. Violet looks at him and says, "Good grief!"<BR><BR> Pigpen asks, "What's the matter?" Violet says, "'What's the matter?' he asks!"<BR><BR> Violet puts her hands on her hips and says, "Pigpen you're a disgrace!"<BR><BR> Violet continues, "No girl could ever like anyone as dirty as you!"<BR><BR> Violet walks away and says, "Girls like boys who are clean and neat and who keep their shoelaces tied!"<BR><BR> Violet walks toward Charlie Brown.<BR><BR> Violet stops. Charlie Brown looks at her.<BR><BR> Violet turns to Charlie Brown and shouts, "But there are a lot of things more important than just being clean!"<BR><BR> Violet walks away.<BR><BR> Charlie Brown says, "Somehow I never quite know what's going on . . ."<BR><BR>
I feel just like Charlie Brown; I never ever know what is going on. Ever. …… Ever.