Well, he IS correct.
Thank god Marigold didn’t use that mud to perform a certain form of entertainment that hasn’t been socially acceptable since the 1950s…
This is one of the ones that I read a bunch in the past but didn’t process how clever it was until today.
I always wondered how Calvin and Hobbes survive falling off these high cliffs during their wagon and sled rides.
They share a birthday, they may as well share names too.
The difference is that food is a temporary resource that you eat once and are done with until you buy more.
If you see something you want to buy, wait 24 hours and see if you’re still interested.
It’s a good way to save money and keep from impulse-buying.
As Bill pointed out in the 10th Anniversary Book, these barely count as satire given how similar Calvin’s gum magazines are to real magazines about specific topics.
Does Marigold secretly wish for a rainbow mane? And if so, why doesn’t she just dye it?
Is it just me, or does this story no longer seem to be about Phoebe’s birthday?
Now it’s about Phoebe spying on her three crushes.