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If you are unfamiliar with Calvin and Hobbes, it was a very popular comic strip back in the day. It was nothing like that decal of Calvin pissing on whatever the driver of the truck doesn't like. Bill Watterson did not draw that Calvin and does not get paid for its use. Calvin and Hobbes was incredibly intellectual and often very subtle. I was not that big a fan given that my sense of humor leans slightly to the anti-intellectual and less than subtle.
My favorite Calvin and Hobbes strips featured snowmen. Here are two examples that illustrate what I'm talking about when I'm talking intellectual:
Here are two panels from my homage that illustrate what I'm talking about when I'm talking about anti-intellectual. I really like how the orange carrots came out.
Years after it was first posted, during the Paris Hilton Era, I added a Paris Hilton gag which is still pretty funny. Back then, adding the words "Paris" and "Hilton" to a bit guaranteed 2,000 additional hits a day.
The equivalent on this blog is "C.C. Sabathia's pants" which ensures a whopping 12 visitors.
Here's a link to Kamasutra Snowman.