March 08, 2019
February 03, 2019
Quit whining, you got it back
Did they cut out a bunch of strips from this arc?
two words Linus, dry cleaner.
It even fits in an envelope wow.
I guess that this is the thornier side of friendship Linus.
Synonym of ouch (“cry of pain”)
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Lucy will just pull them out like Mrs. Van Pelt did when Linus had a sliver in his finger.
Waaaaaaaaaa!!! What a cry baby!!!!
So .. Spike knows how to package items, take them to the Post Office & obtain $10 for a Special Delivery package (lower cost back in those days .. today it would be much more). Spike must be a lot smarter than Snoopy.
Like my Dad used to say, he would complain if he was hung with a new rope.
Are you so desperate for the blanket that you didn’t even wash it first, Linus?
You always hurt the one you love, and in this case, vice versa.
Never stick a blanket on a catcus or you will have to carefully remove the cactus quills off yourself.
You’re gonna have to pluck each needle out, one-by-one.
Sometimes there’s a price you have to pay for the security you want.
Be careful what you wish for
Don’t worry, Linus. A good “wash” from Schultz’s pen will do the trick.
Hmmm, does Linus or his mother ever clean the blanket? Perhaps, later, Linus will at least stop with the reunion and start with the destickering of the blanket. And, then, it’ll need a good run through the washer.
Linus, you just want everything, don’t you?
Ooh cactus spikes. More effective swatting against the flies
Start picking out the cactus needles, Linus….or get another blanket to call your own,
I’m just trying to wrap my head around finding the blanket in the desert
In tomorrows episode, Lucy will wash Linus’ blanket. Not to be a kindly sister helping her brother, but to enjoy tormenting him while the blanket is in the washer and then the dryer.
SPOILER ALERT: Happiness is a Warm Blanket.
I lived in AZ for a year and never realized until I saw a Saguaro cactus up close just how well-covered they are with those extremely sharp needles!
Did you check for scorpions, too?
That cholla cactus just jumps on there
That’s not all you need, kid.
Check for bugs and dung, too.
Mrs. Van Pelt should wash that first for you, Linus.
Cactus makes perfect.