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If my kid couldnt draw Id make sure that my kitchen magnets didnt work
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"If my kid couldn't draw I'd make sure that my kitchen magnets didn't work"

- Mitch Hedberg

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This quote by Mitch Hedberg is an amusing means of revealing the relevance of creative thinking as well as art in an individual's life. He is suggesting that if his child was unable to attract, he would remove the magnets in his kitchen as a method of punishing them. This is a lighthearted method of revealing how important it is to him that his kid is able to share themselves artistically. He is indicating that if his kid can not draw, then he would certainly take away the ability to reveal themselves in other ways, such as with the magnets in his cooking area. This quote is an amusing method of expressing the significance of imagination and also art in an individual's life, and just how it can be utilized to reveal oneself.

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Mitch Hedberg This quote is written / told by Mitch Hedberg between February 24, 1968 and March 30, 2005. He was a famous Comedian from USA. The author also have 50 other quotes.

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