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Comic #2883

1 {scene: Berlin}
1 Jane Goodall: I know a secret way into Hitler's headquarters. This way.
2 Terry: Into the dragon's lair...
2 Steve: Crikey! A dragon?! I'll wrestle 'im!
3 Terry: That was the plan, you know. Metaphorically speaking.
3 Steve: What? How come no one told me?
4 Jane Goodall: You came up with it.
4 Steve: Crikey! I'm smarter than I thought!

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Being smarter than you think is not really good, because you don't think you're that smart, so you don't take advantage of it.

Being stupider than you think is not great either, because you don't realise that you're not that smart, and you can easily get yourelf - or other people - into trouble.

So try to think you're as smart as you really are. It'll save everyone a lot of bother all around.

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