Calvin and Hobbes by Bill Watterson for February 05, 1992
Calvin: I try to make television-watching a complete forfeiture of experience. Notice how I keep my jaw slack, so my mouth hangs open. I try not to swallow either, so I drool, and I keep my eyes half-focused, so I don't use any muscles at all. I take a passive entertainment and extend the passivity to my entire being. I wallow in my lack of participation and response. I'm utterly inert. Hobbes: I'm going to leave before you start attracting flies. Calvin: I can almost feel my neural transmitters shutting down.
Not while you’re talking it won’t.