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restaurant choices cartoon

restaurant choices cartoon

This reminds me of that famous quotation from Tolstoy:

Happy families are all alike; every unhappy family is unhappy in its own way.

And I’m pretty sure hungry, grumpy people, riding around looking for a place to eat, would each have their own different list of where they want to go!

Another thought on this: if this family communicated with each other out loud, maybe they could solve their differences. Maybe.

Food and food choices are so important to me that I did a whole book of chocolate cartoons, and I do a feature of restaurant cartoons for several newspapers.

Belly sign from Wikipedia, Creative Commons

I guess I knew I was into dining when I started to ask for restaurant meals for birthday and Christmas presents, instead of more tangible gifts — to my own surprise! But I think of going out to good restaurants as an adventure worth saving up for.

I often wonder: do other people think about food as often as I do? Not many people admit it, in any case.

I want to thank everyone at Psych Central for checking out my cartoon last week and stopping by my website. – that was very kind of you, and thank you.

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    Last reviewed: 10 Apr 2013

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