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Below is an old cartoon I made a couple years ago based on a typo I found in set of chess instructions: "The prawn [sic] moves straight ahead, never backwards." I was so tickled by the image of the shrimp's cousin scuttling across a chess board that I simply had to draw it. I tried to capture a look of defiance on the prawn's face, as if to say, "No, I'm not moving back. Haven't you read the rules?"
Still, I'm thankful for inadvertently funny spelling errors. Without them, grading would be made a little less funny (very easy to do that), and I would never think thoughts like this:
On a side note, though very tangentially related, my wife and I encountered prawn when we ordered a four course meal on a rotating restaurant at the top of Woobang Tower in Daegu. I picked the restaurant because I thought it would be a lovely choice for our second wedding anniversary. Much to my chagrin, I soon found that Woobang Tower was located in a family fun amusement park, and the restaurant was littered with children running about. There I was, dressed in a suit in what I thought would be a dimly-lit, quietly romantic dinner venue only to find it was very WELL-lit, not the kind of place you wear a suit to, and very kid-friendly (if I went back there, my sons would have a blast jumping from the base to the floor--on second thought, they are pretty scared when they come to the end of an escalator, so it might just terrify them). Anyway, to our surprise, the meal came with two giant prawn (below)! As is customary in Korea, the heads were intact, staring back at us mournfully (I don't do seafood, so of course, I was mortified by the surprise guests on our plates).
This post has been a a bit random, but then again, where did you expect it to go after starting with a drawing of a prawn on a chess board?
Have a good one, and good luck out there!