I don’t understand this business about death. If we’re just going to die. What’s the point of living? Well, there’s seafood. I don’t know why I even talk to you before dinner. Under a tree, Calvin and Hobbes have a conversation on death. Calvin presents a depressing perspective: men die anyway, why live? Hobbes thinks about it for a while and says that there’s still sea food. That’s not a very satisfying answer for Calvin.
To enjoy life, you sometimes need to stop and smell the sea food.