Christmas Know It All
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AND NOW, A WORD (OR MANY STRUNG TOGETHER):
Anyone else know any six-year old know-it-alls? ;) One of the fun parts of putting this story together was taking some artistic license with the Santa lore. Who knew that Santa's sleigh ran on calories? Just wanted to say a quick thanks to everyone for such a warm response to this mini-comic. You guys sure know how to make a cartoonist feel good.

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  1. darrell

    Wow, I learn something new every day.

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    josh Reply:

    It’s true!

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  2. Bo Lumpkin

    They know everything at 6 because they ask every imaginable question in the world starting at 4.

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    josh Reply:

    HA! Too funny.

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  3. tmcelmurry

    Ah yes, the age of 4 to 6 is when all that mass knowledge is dumped into your head and you suddenly become the wise one around the house. Then again at 16 thru 18 you test your knowledge to no avail, and by the time you reach 20 thru 22 you know it all and know one can tell you otherwise. Then suddenly at 30 thru 40 you realize that you didn’t know nuthin’ back then and neither does this 6 year old barking out facts like a re-run of yourself, but you just smile and nod and fret what 16 thru 18 will be. :)

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    josh Reply:

    That’s a fact!

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  4. Mom

    Oh, Josh, thanks for the comic. It made me laugh! I can imagine a certain someone coming up with all the right answers…. love you

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    josh Reply:

    :D I think you imagine right! Thanks Mom!

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  5. Kelly

    Wow this is so thrilling, it definitely has helped to make for a more Christmas-y Christmas season around my house! I love your work so much its even my cell background <3 Merry Christmas and keep up the awesome work!

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    josh Reply:

    Hooray! Thanks Kelly!

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