March 08, 2019
February 03, 2019
What DOESN’T bug you Lucy? You always seem to be on a hair-trigger. :/
Well, where can Linus sigh, Lucy? I know not around you, but seriously.
Nice passive-aggressive sighing there, Linus!
“Mom! He’s breathing again!”
To misquote the Hollies, “All I need is the air that I breathe, just to bug you.”
Where is Rerun? Doesn’t he bug Lucy too?
Linus is acting a bit bolder than his usual self in this strip. Normally Lucy would give Linus 5 reasons to knock it off as she makes a fist in his direction and her younger brother meekly complies.
Striking back after getting hit in the head in Sunday’s strip, Linus?
Sighing is a sign of boredom. Do it at the wrong time, and it can offend people.
So I have to warn some people about my habit. I do a lot of aerobic exercise and my lungs have a large tidal capacity. If I sit too long like in a meeting, the air at the bottom of my lungs gets “stale” so I take a deep breath and sigh. It’s purely physiological.
When I do this when my wife is around, I take an extra deep breath and let the air run over my tongue and make a hissing sound. She says that I am “letting the air out of my tires.” It’s become a joke with us over the years.
I love it when Linus (or anyone else) gets one over on Lucy.
That’s a great sigh-n, Linus!
the American people AND the world right now when the ‘experts’ speak
SIGH seems to be the loudest word.
You asked for it, Lucy. (Sometimes, Linus gives as good as he gets.)
It’s a rare occasion when Linus can outsmart his sister.
Atta’ boy, Linus!
Good on ya, Linus!
NEVER tell your brother that something he is doing bugs you unless you want him to do it all the time…….
Beware of the * *.
One of the LOL strips. Linus looks so funny, and sighs so loudly that Lucy does the flip in the air.
We have too many people now days where everything bugs them.
It is isomorphic to when the Gnat sighted itself out in one of the Alice books
Now would be the time to run, Linus. Before she uses her five irrational reasons (nope, they aren’t five good reasons).
YouTube channel SciShow did a video on “Why we HAVE to sigh” (It’s not all about emotions.)
My habit for saying “Sigh!” came from the Peanuts strips. It became kind of an in joke at work.
Sounds like my sister. I was just thinking about this this morning. One time I’m at her house, were watching TV which was boring so I was listening to music on my iPod and I guess softly singing along. She told me to be quiet, so instead I just mouthed the words along with the music — and she still told me to be quiet.
Everything seems to bother Lucy. Maybe the problem is her not anyone else.
Good, for you Linus!
Linus….you’re my hero!!!