archiemcphee: Cartoonist Tom Gauld reveals that Goldilocks’…

Posted on Tuesday, July 18th, 2017 at 14:16
archiemcphee: “ Cartoonist Tom Gauld reveals that Goldilocks’ three bears weren’t merely forest animals cohabiting in a house. They were also scientists hard at work on different research projects, each requiring a human subject. So Goldilocks wasn’t...

archiemcphee:

Cartoonist Tom Gauld reveals that Goldilocks’ three bears weren’t merely forest animals cohabiting in a house. They were also scientists hard at work on different research projects, each requiring a human subject. So Goldilocks wasn’t a nosy intruder after all, but young, blonde, human test subject.

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For New Scientist.

My next book ‘Baking with Kafka’ is available to preorder.
Links here: https://www.tomgauld.com/comic-books-v2/

Nope, still doesn’t explain the breach in thermodynamics by the porridge.

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