Hilarity did ensue

In her autobiographical comics (more particularly, Can’t We Talk About Something More Pleasant), Roz Chast gives an insight in her relationship with her (late) parents that is at once loving but irritated, caring but exasperated. 

In the December 28, 2020 issue of The New Yorker, she brings up an anecdote that is a testament to the unconditional protective powerhouse that may be the overbearing mother. A short, but none the less brilliant strip.

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