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Wednesday, May 29, 2013

Whimsical Wednesday #76

Welcome back to Whimsical Wednesday!

The day for your googled giggle that gets you over the hump that is Wednesday and sliding down into the weekend.

I wish I'd had a tiger to make math homework more interesting.

10 comments:

  1. I always liked Calvin and Hobbes. Did you ever read Pogo comic strips?

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  2. Laura has us feeling like Hobbs this year, checking her math. That's not how I learned it, including 9+4.

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  3. I adore Calving and Hobbes. The skinny one and I have a collection of their books, and read and reread them. And that Hobbes explanation made at least as much sense as the 'real' one I was given about calculus.

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  4. Delores; I've never heard of Pogo, it must be an American or Canadian comic.

    Joanne; I never had anyone check my homework. My dad kept telling me work should be done in school not at home so I shouldn't do it. I never did learn that study habit.

    Merlesworld; I had a Hobbes once, my younger son won a tiger at the Royal Show and brought it home for me. One of the grandchildren later claimed it for their own.

    Elephant's Child; I didn't get as far as calculus. I understand it's quite hard, unless you're Sheldon Cooper.

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  5. Maybe you're just born with it too. What a day. Hope you are flying high.

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  6. Manzanita; I'm born with charm, everybody likes me. I'm nice. Ha Ha.

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  7. Calculus isn't all that hard... Sheldon just wants everyone to believe it's hard for anyone who isn't HIM. (Dontcha love that show?) I love Calvin & Hobbes, too.

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  8. I loves Calvin and Hobbes, and would have loved to have been able to use eleventee and thrity twelve...seriously, awesome numbers.

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  9. Susan; Sheldon is still childish enough to believe that no one else can possibly be a smart as he is. LOVE that show and own the dvds so watch it often.

    The Wicked Writer; Calvin and Hobbes are my favourite cartoons, when I read the funny page I always read C&H last so it stays in my mind for longer. I cut some out and stick them on my kitchen wall too.

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