Hey, Calvin, it’s gonna cost you 50 cents to be my friend today. And what if I don’t want to be your friend today? Then the janitor scrapes you off the wall with a spatula. Heck. What’s a little extortion among friends? In recess, Moe blocks Calvin’s way. He makes a greedy gesture and tells Calvin that he will have to pay for his friendship. Calvin refuses and asks what’s the consequence of not paying. Moe informs him that he’ll punch him pretty bad. Calvin makes an ironic remark after paying.
Hey, Calvin, c’mere. Shove. Ha ha ha! What a weenie! Ha ha ha! People who get nostalgic about childhood were obviously never children. In recess, Calvin plays with a ball near a swing. Moe approaches and pushes him in the mudd. He laughs at Calvin who lies in the dirt. Calvin says that it’s hard to be a kid.
People who forget how it feels like for a child forget how small and helpless you were. I was very afraid of certain dogs back then. Now the dogs are afraid of me!