Things I learned from A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving.

§ November 24th, 2011 § Filed under peanuts § 6 Comments

1. Charlie Brown’s family really needs to clean out their garage. I mean, honestly, how many old mattresses do they need? And is that a stove above the chest? And what is in the chest, anyway? What horrible secrets are the Brown family harboring inside that thing?

Not to mention the golf bag with the one lonely club within. There’s a story there, I’m sure. I mean, aside from Snoopy getting his hands on it to accessorize his rich fantasy life as “Joe Golfer.”

But aside from all that…Happy Thanksgiving, where applicable, and Happy Thursday otherwise. I’ll see you folks tomorrow.

6 Responses to “Things I learned from A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving.”

  • Well, I’m having a Happy Thursday. Happy Thanksgiving though!

  • Boosterrific says:

    Who is that basketball hoop for, Mr. Brown? It must be leftover from the one of the other Peanuts specials, like the forgettable March Madness special, “Let’s Play HORSE, Charlie Brown.”

  • MrJM says:

    Back a’cha

    — MrJM

  • Kid Nicky says:

    I’m thankful for this website. I don’t comment often but you have something funny or interesting up just about every day,and you have for years.

  • CW says:

    Happy (belated) T-Day to you as well, Mike. :)

    Looks like the Brown family might be appearing on A&E’s “Hoarders” next season …

  • demoncat says:

    happy thanksgiving to you mike and the existance of your site is one thing i am thankful for. as for charlie browns family garage to me it is full of all that stuff because charlie folks needed a place to store all their relics including all of charlie browns failures plus seems to be a little early hoarding is in the charlie brown family. the trunk could contain the characters who charles shultz removed from the strip .