Calvin and Hobbes by Bill Watterson for May 22, 1992
Calvin: If you ask me, these assignments don't teach you gow to write. They teach you how to hate to write. Deadlines, rules how to do it, grades...how can you be so creative when someone's breathing down your neck? Hobbes: I guess you should try not to think about the end result too much and just have fun with the process of creating. Calvin: Every time I do that, I end up in the school psychologist's office. Hobbes: Well, maybe not that much fun.