News from the Department of the Bleeding Obvious

A leading literary scholar, who has studied hundreds of “Peanuts” strips with words in them, tells us “If you don’t read text and can’t identify the rows of letters in the speech bubbles, then you lose out on some of the meaning.”

Scholars have analyzed the speech bubbles spoken by the various characters in “Peanuts” and have found real words, including the phrase “Good grief”.

More here.

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