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'''Mottos''' are a running gag in Calvin and Hobbes strips. [[Calvin]] has had many mottos in the past, such as "waste and want", "live for the moment", and "be prepared".
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'''Mottos''' are a running gag in Calvin and Hobbes strips. [[Calvin]] has had many mottos in the past, such as "waste and want", "live for the moment", and "be prepared". [[Hobbes]] once said his motto is "look down the road" in response to when Calvin said "live for the moment", as Calvin said you never know when you walk down the street and get hit by a cement truck.

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Mottos are a running gag in Calvin and Hobbes strips. Calvin has had many mottos in the past, such as "waste and want", "live for the moment", and "be prepared". Hobbes once said his motto is "look down the road" in response to when Calvin said "live for the moment", as Calvin said you never know when you walk down the street and get hit by a cement truck.

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