July 2017
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A comic that made me realize something profound: say thank you, not sorry


icon: "Ma'at (a photo of one side of a brass balance scale, with a feather inside the bowl. The background is sky blue. On the bottom of the image, below the photo, is the word "Ma'at")"


first 2 panels
second 2 panels
third 2 panels
last two panels
comic by Yao Xiao for Saturday Morning Cartoons


image description:
comic strip with two panels, in multiple rows. above each row is a line that says "if you want to say... don't say..."

row 1:
"if you want to say"
inside: a speech bubble saying "thank you"
"don't say"
inside: a wobbly speech bubble saying "sorry"

row 2:
"if you want to say"
inside: one person, sweating and leaving a dust cloud, runs up to another who is sitting with arms and legs crossed, waiting. The running one says "thank you for your patience" and the waiting one says "cool."
"don't say"
inside: one person looks down and says in a wavy speech bubble "sorry I'm ALWAYS late" to another who is sitting with arms and legs crossed, waiting. The waiting one says "whatevs"

row 3:
"if you want to say"
inside: a person smiles and, with both hands over their heart, says "thank you for understanding me" to someone sitting across the table from them.
"don't say"
inside: a person with their head in their hands and eyes looking down says "sorry I'm not making a lot of sense" in a wavy speech bubble.

row 4:
"if you want to say"
inside: a person smiles at someone out of the frame, who is saying "thank you for spending time with me." the smiling person says "[of] course"
"don't say"
inside: a person looks very concerned at someone out of the frame, who is saying "sorry I'm kind of a drag" in a wavy speech bubble. The concerned person responds "aw I'm sorry"

row 5:
"if you want to say"
inside: two people sit on the grass facing each other. One gestures widely, smiling and saying "thank you for listening." the other smiles.
"don't say"
inside: two people sit on the grass facing each other. One has their legs drawn up to their chest with a dejected expression while saying "sorry I'm just rambling" in a wavy speech bubble. The other looks concerned, with a frown and eyebrows raised.

row 6:
"if you want to say"
inside: a person smiles and says "thank you for appreciating me"
"don't say"
inside: a person looks to the side and says "sorry I take up so much space" in a wavy speech bubble.

row 7:
"if you want to say"
inside: next to a rose, a card is open revealing the message "thank you for having hope in me this whole time"
"don't say"
inside: a person holds a cell phone which has a text message displayed, reading "sorry I'm such a disappointment [sad face emote]"

row 8:
first panel is yellow, and says "appreciate the others for what they have already done whether they know it or not" and there is a speech bubble that says "thank you"
second panel is pale lavender and says "don't apologize for simply existing. because it is not wrong." In between the sentences there is a crumpled piece of paper with the word "sorry" on it.

at the end of the image are the words "if you want to say thank you, don't say sorry."


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