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You Blockhead!

My last cartoon was about several ways to handle the holidays. (Most of them involved escapism.)

As it happens, my last column mentioned Charlie Brown, too. I don’t have a “thing” for him, o but he does seem to be around a lot during the holidays.

In case you run out of conversation at the dinner table, impress them with one of these traditional Peanuts quotes, or Peanuts Epithets:

  • I can’t stand it!turkey talk
  • Good grief!
  • My stomach hurts.
  • Rats!
  • I never know what anyone is talking about.
  • It was a dark and stormy night…(Snoopy)
  • You blockhead(s)!
  • Nothing takes the taste out of peanut butter quite like unrequited love.

That’s not very many, but I have to go eat some pecan pie with whipped cream.

Did I forget any?

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My next cartoon: Best 8 diet tips for Christmas!

 

You Blockhead!


Donna Barstow

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Last updated: 20 Dec 2016
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