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nerudite

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Every year I search for the Calvin and Hobbes snowman cartoons right around Christmas. Something about these strips just crack me up and put me in a better mood when things go hectic...

 

Tranplanner

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Thanks Nerudite - I love those too. Somebody should convince him to start writing Calvin and Hobbes again...
 

Jeff

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DOH!!!

I just replied to the other one....anyway....I love the second from the top!
 

nerudite

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The beauty is that I have a new favorite every year. I've been in the family situation now for a year (including cooking for two very finicky children and one wonderful child that eats anything I put in front of him)... so the eggplant casserole one is particulary funny this year. But I always thought the picketers were hella funny too. :)
 

Zoning Goddess

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Nerudite, where did you download these? I am showing them to my son (a Calvin wannabe, I think) tonite, but would like to find your source!
 

Jen

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Oh yes, these are priceless..

but where is our snow!
Santa send snow now!
 

nerudite

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Zoning Goddess said:
Nerudite, where did you download these? I am showing them to my son (a Calvin wannabe, I think) tonite, but would like to find your source!
I found it at: http://www.talofofobay.com/Calvin1.gif

I just do a search on google for calvin and hobbes snow cartoons... or something like that, and this picture popped up. Part of my tradition is searching for it every year... next year, I'll just dredge it up from this year's Cyburbia thread.
 
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