zaydabarros wrote:The mouse is eating the moon which is "made of cheese" and he ate a whole lot of it. Overindulgence.
Oh, it's cute(and I get it). However, its not immediately obvious that the mouse ate the cheese-moon into the crescent anyway (and others have said as much). But more specifically, my point is that that design points more to the genius accomplishment of the Einstein Astronaut for all mouse-kind moon-cheese-dreamers rather than over-indulgence. This is playing pretty loose with what is 'binge-ing', the moon is so small anyway. The mouse is not obviously fat due to over-indulgence as it may just be the suit. This is hardly a consequence, for Mouse Armstrong, this is the reward.
Secondly, this over-indulgent theme is a darker aspect of humanity, with few exceptions from the animal kingdom like domesticated pets, and maybe rhinos. I just think cute is well, off-topic here.
"And what better time to go way overboard than the holidays, when we're all conditioned to binge, drink, and be as loud as possible before the inevitable check comes due in the form of your New Year's Resolution. This week we want to see your ideas on the price of over-indulgence, be it with food, drink, work, romance, or something else entirely."
I don't see hypothetical mouse moon-landings in there, so this must be "something else entirely"
My "something else entirely" was an obsession with music. Not viagra. And it was cool like Roy Lichtenstein.