This week’s Mother’s Day themed New Yorker magazine cover, which you may have already seen, is remarkable.
You get this:
One thing, if you’ll forgive my pedantry: Even allowing for the cartoon’s cryptic nature, we all know that except for eating some soups, chopsticks aren’t typically used in Thailand. Forks and spoons are the norm.
But let’s not let that stand in the way of the joke…
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