My Love For Calvin and Hobbes #2

This is my second post about Calvin and Hobbes.  As you can see, Calvin’s imagination is a little . . . twisted.  But we can relate to playing with your food.  What kid didn’t play with their food and by the looks of it, it’s more fun to make a sculpture than to eat the green slop.

Watterson was never shy about making a point.  He never intended for his strip to be just for laughs.  It was supposed to teach us something, like how the educational system can be pointless.

 

 

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