KinokoFry #086 – Ivan’s Cheese Sandwich

Today’s comic is stolen completely and shamelessly from Rebecca Saxe’s TED.com talk on how we read each others’ minds, or rather, understand another person’s thinking. Specifically, a test to show the way this part of the brain develops in young children. Go and watch it, it’s very interesting!

- Rebecca Clements

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Something tells me a lot more people would be more understanding and aware if everything teaching them not to be ignorant was this damn cute…


Joshua isn’t responsible for Ivan’s mistake, but it’s hard to blame Ivan for making the mistake. It’s not like he saw Joshua put the sandwich down or saw his own sandwich on the ground… There’s a lack of malicious intent (or even the slightest bit of informed intent to do a wrong) on Ivan’s part.

You better draw them another sandwich, or else I will have to blame you for Joshua’s misfortune!


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