Okay, if Random-Child-Who-Isn’t-Caulfield is eight, then this is his ninth spring melt-off.
Though actually, based on what Frazz is saying about the first two years of his life, seventh actually is accurate.
Though since Frazz doesn’t mention The Diaper Years to confirm Random-Child-Who-Isn’t-Caulfield’s use of “seventh,” why is he even mentioning it? And what is the alleged point that Random-Child-Who-Isn’t-Caulfield is allegedly ignoring?
Make up what? Not to mention summer vacation anyway? And “wear layers”?
Is it possible Caulfield’s simply lost his mind and taken Frazz with him?
Why is Frazz giving her tips for the more efficient flushing of oranges rather than just telling her to, as Samuel L. Jackson would say, stop flushing those !@#$ oranges down the !@#$ toilet?
And for that matter, what’s wrong with her that she’s doing this in the first place? This isn’t normal behavior.
Only referring to Frazz’s Panel Two comment here: Isn’t asking somebody just as valid as looking something up?
Of course, looking it up has the advantage that you can usually just get the answer without your source criticizing your methods.
Submitted by Andréa
So… she’s too young to pronounce “Valentine’s” correctly, yet she knows the difference between “pendant” and “pedant.” – Bill
Since a neckline that covers only the mouth is a fairly poor excuse for a disguise, especially when this is somebody you supposedly know well and is talking to you, I’m reading this as a break-the-fourth-wall reference to the fact that other than Caulfield, the children at Bryon Elementary are literally interchangeable and even Frazz can’t tell them apart.
I understand every word of this, yet have no idea how any of it ties together.
I feel this worth mentioning (or repeating, since I’m old and have no idea whether I’ve already said various things): my entire teaching career totaled less than a year, yet I had no problem keeping kids like Caulfield from disrupting the class with irrelevant questions.
And I had some kids who were smarter than Caulfield.