Calvin and Hobbes by Bill Watterson for March 13, 1993
Calvin: When you're a kid, you don't have much variety of experience. You live with your parents and that's all you know. You grow up thinking whatever they do is "normal." Dad: Aah, what a day! Up at 6:00, a 10-mile run in the sleet, and now a big bowl of plain oatmeal! How I love the crazy hedonism of weekends! Calvin: Well, maybe the word "normal" is too strong a word. Hobbes: I think we'd know normal if we saw it.