Calvin and Hobbes is also a favorite. Hope you like this change of venue. Let me know, OK?
What’s a cartoon that makes you laugh?
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I heard Calvin and Hobbes was coming back! I like Zits. It reminds me to laugh about teenagers and boys.
Yes, I like Zits, too.
First time I heard about Calvin and Hobbes coming back.
Thanks for your comment, Patty.
I fear that rather than coming back in the true sense, old C&H strips are being reprinted. It’s a pity, the two recurring themes of Calvin and Hobbes that really floored me were when Cavin’s dad would freak Calvin out with surreal answers to his questions, or when Calvin would create “horror scenes” with snowmen. Prime stuff. ))
Yes, they were always a step ahead of the other. Suitable for each other. I like what you call “prime stuff”. So true.
Thanks for stopping by and commenting. I always appreciate it.
Here’s my favorite comic of all time:
That’s great, Nancy. I laughed at that.too and the one that led me after. Thanks for sharing. We could all use the laugh.
I liked this one! I haven’t read comics in years, but I always did like Garfield. My favorite has to be Dilbert (I liked the one Nancy shared.) Several years ago, I had a Franklin Covey daily planner with Dilbert cartoons on each day’s page. It gave me something to laugh about each day because it’s often right on about the life in a cubicle-dweller’s world (that’s me.)
I’ve shared many Dilbert comics with hubs since he was an office manager for cubicle dwellers in the computer world of software. I also gave him Dilbert comic books of the big book kind where he could spend hours absorbed in humor. Now we just look back at those days and shake our heads. How did we ever do it?
Retirement is full and satisfying but deplete of the hectic lack of sleep and big stress of those days not too long ago.
Calvin and Hobbes is my favorite of all time. If I want to laugh I just get out one book from my collection and read til I burst into laughter. Great post.
Yes, they are so funny. I personally think C and H are better than Garfield although I showcased Garfield. Glad you enjoyed my post. Thanks for stopping by and commenting.