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This comic will change the way you look at privilege forever

Toby Morris is an Auckland-based illustrator, art director, comic artist and recently the author of Don’t Puke On Your Dad: A Year in the Life of a New Father.

We recently came across his latest work, titled “On a Plate” that was published at The Wireless.

The debate surrounding class and privilege can get muddled, but Morris’s comic has an astounding way of blasting the truth of how the social class a person is born into can have a direct effect in the outcome of their lives, and how the cliché of “pulling yourself up by your bootstraps” is a gross oversimplification of the human experience.

The end will hit you right in the gut.

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  1. Ben G

    May 30, 2015 at 7:35 pm

    Now that the first kids who got participation trophies(last place awards) are in their 20s they are yelling “No fair. I don’t get any!”

    Life’s not fair. Welcome to reality.

  2. ish

    May 30, 2015 at 9:27 pm

    I almost broke my phone in a fit of rage after reading this

  3. Jae

    May 31, 2015 at 1:25 am

    This is such bullsh*t.

  4. Agent Smith

    May 31, 2015 at 3:55 am

    Yeah! Some people are getting some of MY TAX DOLLARS in the form of government assistance! That’s not fair!

    Or maybe people should stop bitching about what the less fortunate “get” and realize that contributing some of our income to a social safety net helps our society overall. Also, it makes you less of an asshole.

  5. Artie A.

    May 31, 2015 at 5:19 am

    Why is it bullsh*t?

  6. Willie

    May 31, 2015 at 5:34 am

    Spoken like the entitled.

  7. The Sturge

    May 31, 2015 at 11:25 am

    This is pretty spot on…I’ve known several people on both sides. But, attitude and determination still decide how far someone can go. I never had a handout, never had a real privileged life, but i still found a decent job i enjoy. I make good money, wake up and like clocking in everyday…don’t get me wrong, this shit happens…but it’s not the absolute truth.

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  9. Sharmala Rani Haines

    May 31, 2015 at 1:46 pm

    Being an entitled little shit because you’ve been lucky through life is fundamentally wrong and entirely hypocritical. Seems like you have an apologist attitude toward assholes just because you are one. 🙂

  10. Saj

    May 31, 2015 at 3:51 pm

    Thanks for reality check, trust fund Ben.

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  12. Stephen Brodie

    May 31, 2015 at 7:39 pm

    Thank you the diversion of ” blame the poor” as a political distraction saddens me deeply.

  13. Anthos

    May 31, 2015 at 7:41 pm

    I had to get a job to help my mother not lose her house while I was in high school, though I still finished second in my graduating class. I then got accepted to some good colleges, but I couldn’t afford any while helping my family. If I had different circumstances my life would be much easier today. Life isn’t fair, but no one should be made to feel less than human for lacking financial stability in their lives.

  14. WBFD125

    May 31, 2015 at 11:05 pm

    No, it’s reality.

  15. Rick

    May 31, 2015 at 11:15 pm

    LOL, did a Socialist write this drivel?

  16. mike

    June 1, 2015 at 12:05 am

    me too, i was given something special by my two working parents while i was looking after my 2 little bros – good attitude – dont ever stop trying

  17. Riven

    June 1, 2015 at 2:56 am

    What’s so funny?

  18. spiraledi1

    June 1, 2015 at 10:09 am

    Lol Did a capitalist read It?

  19. Larry Berry

    June 1, 2015 at 1:50 pm

    Sure but the same attitude and determination will only get you so far from one circumstance vs. the other. Its starting off at 3rd base and saying that if you can make it to home then it takes the same amount of “attitude and determination” for the person on first to do the same.

    If I start off with a bunch of marble, wood, bricks, and all the latest tools, and you have a hammer 3 nails, a saw, and 2 pieces of rotted wood, with the same “attitude and determination”, heck lets even say that I only have 1% of the attitude and determination you do, do you have the same opportunity to build a house?

    Also despite Attitude and Determination, things can happen. Illness, injury, catastrophe. Those things can cripple someone from their path when they are poor, but would mean nothing to a person in a rich family. To a poor person, what could cost them so much that it leaves them homeless, would NOT do so to a rich person. No matter how determined the poor person is.

    I too have achieved much coming from poor roots, BUT a few more bad breaks, or if worse things had happened, I wouldn’t have been able to. Bad things struck that made things worse/slowed.stopped progress, but worse luck would have prevented it entirely.

    Even with a college education, the person born into a rich family with connections, is pretty much guaranteed a job, that the poor person might never get (seen plenty of college grads working fast food) will get a better starting pay position, etc.

  20. Devin Anderson

    June 1, 2015 at 4:33 pm

    Yes, we should be more aware and compassionate of people who are less fortunate, and realize that we all receive varying degrees of assistance to get where we go in life.

    But anyone using this as a podium to further racial/sexual/or class tensions is doing nobody any favours

  21. Muriel dowle

    June 1, 2015 at 5:47 pm

    Luck of birth yes, catastrophe, illness, circumstances can strike both the lucky and the not so lucky. Life is still what you make it. I’ve seen determined unlucky become successful and the lucky fail.

  22. Ray

    June 1, 2015 at 6:51 pm

    So not saying Paula’s route was easy, but just to assume Richards was less difficult is wrong. Each kid growing up faces different challenges and if each kid works hard there will be opportunities down the road. Paula has to make good grades and get a good SAT score and she’s paid for for college as long as she keeps her grades up, but Richards parents could be middle class get no financial aid and now Richard does two years community college then 2 years university and takes loans and has to work because his parents can’t afford 40,000$ a year for school so The opportunities are there don’t tell me there not, you just have to work for them same as everyone else. You get what you put in, simple as that.

  23. Poor white girl

    June 1, 2015 at 7:16 pm

    Here is how I see it. People have choices. you can choose to feel sorry for yourself and blame your parents and/or the “privileged” people around you or you can make the best of what you have and chase after your dreams. People prove everyday that you can come up from poverty and be successful. You can’t blame those around you for your situation. I grew up like Paula and I have had some hard breaks, but my choices were mine. I look back and can see where I went wrong and how I could have struggled less… Is there more that the “privileged” can do for the poor? Of course there is always more you can do. but you can’t blame others for where you are today. Stand up a do something. Fight for what you want but first you need to put blame where it belongs and that is in your choices…

  24. C_dar

    June 1, 2015 at 10:23 pm

    I dare you to provide an actual rebuttal. Don’t just call it socialist and think that absolves you of the responsibility of making an actual counterpoint. This comic is exactly right. There’s no excuse for pretending you don’t understand it. You filth.

  25. PAL

    June 1, 2015 at 10:31 pm

    More poor and middle class families sacrificed with their lives during wartime than the majority of the rich. When the privileged complain about their unfair burden of taxes, I just say life isn’t fair.

  26. relayer77

    June 2, 2015 at 1:19 am

    So far it looks like anyone commenter who reacted negatively is roundly attacked for being a privileged twit. Yay! Well done, sheeple.

    Some of this stuff, in the comics, is true. But i’ll throw a wild guess out there and guess that the author is very selective about which areas of American life he examines for fairness or the lack thereof.

    To wit: It is not fair, 60 or so years after the elimination of jim crow, that black and natives get college money for free from multiple sources, and poor whites do not. It is not fair that the media obsesses like a sick, rabid dog on white on black violence (and if it’s institutional, it’s a national heyday!) and roundly ignores black or other minority on white violence. Gilbert Collar. Christopher Newsom. Betchoo didn’t know THEIR names, now did you?

    I could go on but .. I ain’t exactly preaching to the choir hear… so WTF..

  27. SweetPapa

    June 2, 2015 at 3:21 am

    There are people that are richer than me. When they buy things for their children it makes me sad.

  28. Andrew Maston

    June 2, 2015 at 5:01 am

    Puke.

    What would an AVERAGE person from India have to say about both sides of this cartoon? We Americans all live in luxury, rich and poor alike.

    I’ve been there there. The rivers and streams are full of garbage, feces and disease. The tin-roof shanty towns go on for miles. Millions of people living on garbage moutains. Garbage trucks dumping garbage into bonfires ironically next to a grave yard. It’s like the US in 1900. No one gives a s*** if you live, die, or get maimed on the job.

    We have it so good aren’t we’re too dumb to see that our problems are the result of our own choices. It’s not that hard: Use birth control, have kids with only 1 partner that you marry and have a stable home for your kids, dont have more kids than you can afford, teach your kids be respectful and the value of hard work, make them go to school and do homework, don’t smoke $5 pack of cigs a day or do drugs, and be happy with what you have instead of stealing what you don’t, and be glad you don’t live on a garbage dump and be grateful that you have 2 jobs and satety nets instead of 0 jobs and nothing to eat.

    So go ahead and draw a pane on the right side where the indian or chinese person comments on how stuck up and stupid we all are.

  29. Andrew Maston

    June 2, 2015 at 5:25 am

    I’ll write one for India:

    Screen 1:
    And this is Kumar. He wishes his floor wasn’t dirt, his house had a door, and it would be nice to have clean air, safe drinking water or electricity.

    Screen 2:
    He doesn’t really a house, but 4 scrap metal walls, so he can’t not having a draft is out of the question.

    Screen 3:
    From a young age of 8 he has to work while going to school. He works 8 hours a day on top of his studies. If he loses his job, he won’t find another one. That girl in the US sure is lucky to have a house with TV, furniture, and the time to sit around.

    Screen 4:
    His teachers are tired but are grateful to have a job because so many others are begging for employment. If they dont work, they don’t eat. The classroom has almost no supplies.

    Screen 5:
    He barely sees his parents because they work so much but he works hard in school because his parents taught him it’s the only way out. Bad grades are not acceptable.

    Screen 6:
    There were so many applicants to the local public colleges that Kumar didn’t get accepted anywhere. He has to only work instead, if he can find it.

    Screen 7:
    His dad gets maimed doing construction work and is minimally treated and fired. He now must support his parents and find more work and wishes he could care for his parents. There is no such thing as public healthcare.

    Screen 8:
    Get a loan? hahah right.

    Screen 9:
    I wish I could hand people things on plates for 7 dollars an hour and only work 60 hrs a week instead of 80 for $20 a day.

  30. pauline

    June 2, 2015 at 12:57 pm

    The rich aren’t complaining, the middle class are the ones who worked hard to get where they are and don’t want to hand out. Wirk hard and get there too.

  31. MarfLo

    June 2, 2015 at 1:44 pm

    This is called life. Even if we were all born equal with the same amount of opportunities and bank account it would still end up this way. The rich feed off of what people want. People like you, the “less fortunate.” In anything you do in life you should strive to be the best, we can’t all be the best because then being the best would be normal. Get it? People that make lots of money are clearly the best at making money. The great thing about the United States is that everyone born here is looked upon as privileged to a lot of countries out there. Why? Because it’s the land off the free. Therefore you can pretty much do whatever the hell you want. No ones stopping you. Back to my point, if you feel that your less privileged then others do something about it.

  32. HoJo

    June 2, 2015 at 3:07 pm

    “How far someone can go” is still relative. Considering Richard’s head start, Paula can run a full marathon to his half, and Richard can still come out ahead.

  33. Sean R

    June 2, 2015 at 4:02 pm

    It makes a point this comic, but also a large number of assumptions. Just because someone is ‘privileged’ does not mean everything will definitely work out for them – Rich parents get ill just like poor parents do and rich kids can fail just as poor kids do.
    No parent wouldn’t provide all they could for their child and berating them for doing so is frankly hypocritical when we would all like to do the same.
    Nepotism is an issue, but not every kid from that background has it. We should be fixing what is disadvantaging Paula, not victimizing people born into a well off family. Its time to stop attacking the rich and address the root causes of poverty and lack of social migration.

  34. NunYerBiz

    June 2, 2015 at 4:12 pm

    On the same token, this type of comic completely ignores an entire aspect of the story too:

    Life was hard and rough, I’m going to work my ass off so my kids have it better… Hey, I succeeded! My family has a nice home, plenty of food an resources, and my kids have a bright future!

    Now I’m the bad guy milking a system skewed towards me? Now I’m “the bad guy”?

  35. Tricia Joy

    June 2, 2015 at 5:29 pm

    I like the baseball analogy.
    I grew up poor (single father household) and turned out pretty good. (I mean, I’m solidly middle class, at least.)
    But who knows where things would have gone if I’d have had a college fund, or even the security net to go away to college even if I had to take out substantial loans. (I got a 2yr degree at community college. And YEP, your taxes helped pay my way!)
    For me, I was too afraid to take on the loans that college meant because I’d lived poor and in debt for so long. I just needed something to get me a job enough to pay some bills.

    I’m not disgruntled or anything. My dad did very well by me, all things considered, but to pretend that I couldn’t have done more if I hadn’t been poor would be short-sighted.

  36. Ive Nadal Ammoune

    June 3, 2015 at 1:15 am

    Boo hoo!!! cry me a river! Oh so we are responsible for all the people that are born into poverty and unfortunate situations? We all must do what we can do with the cards that were dealt to us. Stop this class warfare b******t !!! I am so sick of the political correctness!

  37. Ive Nadal Ammoune

    June 3, 2015 at 1:17 am

    Life is not fair but it does not give you the license or right to take away from others that have more than you do. That is called class envy… it is called Socialism…… worse yet …. communism.

  38. GordieGii

    June 3, 2015 at 4:10 am

    I wonder what would have happened if Paula had been raised by the affluent family and Richard the poor.

  39. Randy

    June 3, 2015 at 11:27 am

    The reality is that these are two of a myriad of potential outcomes, and not the only two paths of life. I’ve seen people that started life on the left side of this comic, only to end on the right; and vice versa. Also, lest we not forget that the whole idea of what “privilege” is is also subjective. Most importantly, whether or not you feel as though you’ve been privileged in life, be humble, kind, and helpful to others.

  40. jake

    June 3, 2015 at 7:00 pm

    *exhausted emoji* …

  41. Cala

    June 3, 2015 at 8:29 pm

    Everyone in this comic is white

  42. Ally

    June 4, 2015 at 12:21 pm

    If anyone is interested, look up Keith Payne’s inequality research. Several of the studies are recent and may still be in press, but he’s shown (with replication) that this is actually what happens. Here’s how the experiment worked…

    All his participants played a stock market-like game on the internet. Some were told they did better than 89% of all players, and others were told they performed worse than 89% of all players. In reality, they were both given the same amount of money.

    Regardless of how his subjects made their money (luck or skill), and regardless of their real socioeconomic status, higher earners were less in favor of distributing future high earners’ winnings (not even their own winnings) to low earners. High winners also tended to want to count the votes of low earners less in the decision-making process of whether or not future high earners winnings would be distributed or not. Not exactly in the democratic spirit, is it?

    What this tells me is that people who are led to believe they have more money than others take on this “privileged” outlook, even when they know good and well they didn’t make that money by their own efforts alone. Keep in mind, this issue is more about perception (as noted in the comic) than about straight up socioeconomic differences….a perception caused by the tremendous gap between the rich and the poor in this country. Basically, not all rich folks act like entitled jerks, but the sociopolitical climate in this country isn’t doing any favors for the hope of a more humble, empathetic attitude towards the poor.

  43. Kimberley Moore

    June 4, 2015 at 10:32 pm

    This comic makes the assumption that all people fall into two categories. Not all poor people are Ok with their children getting a B, and not all rich parents teach their kids that they actually have to work for anything, and they end up falling school because they didn’t study. Yes, there are circumstances that are beyond your control that take money to fix, but that doesn’t mean that you’re stuck. Basically, the whole idea of “white privelage” is saying that you’re stuck in a position that you can never get out of, no matter how hard you try, and that’s simply not true.

  44. KT

    June 5, 2015 at 8:58 am

    My issue with this comic is not the poor side, which certainly does happen, but the privileged side which I think is much less common than this comic implies. How many people who have had everything handed to them preach the value of hard work? Aren’t they usually more on the entitled brat side of things? I’m sure it happens, but anecdotes don’t make it normal. People who preach hard work usually do so precisely because they haven’t had it all handed to them on a platter. It’s precisely because they have had to work their butts off to be successful that they tell others to work hard. I’m all for not judging every poor person as lazy, but don’t judge every rich person preaching hard work as an entitled jerk. It’s easy to make a claim like this in a comic where you control the story, it’s a lot harder to prove this is the common theme of reality.

  45. Lizzi

    June 6, 2015 at 5:59 pm

    I agree that your opportunities are different as to whether you’ve grown up privileged or not, and I’m not denying that it is an advantage to have money. But, I know people on both sides, and what people don’t realize is that, while unprivileged people have difficulties and problems, the privileged have their own problems as well. People always think that because someone has grown up with money, life is easy for them, but in fact they have just as many problems sorting out their lives as other people do. Whether it be relationships, loans, school, work, whatever, life is always going to be tough, whether or not you have money.

  46. jerzfox

    June 8, 2015 at 10:45 am

    Life is not fair. That’s no excuse not to do what you can to make it less unfair.

  47. jerzfox

    June 8, 2015 at 10:47 am

    I’d rather see my tax money being used to help low income people than being used to finance wars.

  48. Jvthomp

    June 8, 2015 at 6:58 pm

    Exactly.

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  51. Tony

    July 13, 2015 at 1:22 am

    You’re right. Life isn’t fair. And some people get unfair advantages and privileges that enable them to move through life with greater ease than other people. That’s privilege.
    Privilege exists for people in the aggregate. White people, heterosexual people, men, able-bodied people, cisgender people, neurotypical people. They’re all able to move through life-as a group-with greater ease and few obstacles than People of Color, LGB people, women, people with disabilities, trans people, and non-neurotypical people. Those privileges and advantages shouldn’t exist. Everyone should be on a level playing field. Unfortunately, that’s not the way the world *is*. That’s not how it *ought* to be. And that’s why it’s important for people to recognize their privilege. To make themselves and others aware that it exists, and help dismantle the systems that allow privilege to exist. That way, everyone has the opportunity to advance through life fairly. There is much we cannot control in life, but privilege being an aspect of culture? That, we can control. *IF*, as a group we eliminate the biases and systems in place that favor one group over other groups.

  52. Ezbulon

    August 4, 2015 at 7:39 pm

    The only problem I see here is letting Paula’s parents have a child. Instead of blaming society and privilege we should hold parents accountable for having children hat can not or refuse to provide for. And we should let children know when their parents have have done them such a disservice

  53. abbie smith

    August 9, 2015 at 5:35 pm

    Yeah Tony, yer right. A lot of people get privileges and move through life easily. Look at the president of the U.S. an affirmative action victim all the way. Make him white and he doesn’t even get into college given his crappy upbringing. And the victims of affirmative action are in the millions by now. Who wants a black surgeon to operate on his child? The parent will always have doubts about how that surgeon got his education.

    LGBTQ – yeah, they are privileged to live in a society that rewards people who have mental disorders; witness the clown act of Bruce Jenner getting a the Arthur Ash award for courage when he really needs serious couch time.

    Maybe if blacks would stop shooting each other so much (black lives matter you know) and maybe if black women would force the biological fathers of their children to marry them and become real fathers there would not be the need for some much black privilege and affirmative action.

  54. Tony!

    August 10, 2015 at 2:11 pm

    Well you’re just a grade-A hate filled bigot aren’t you?

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  56. dude5568

    November 9, 2015 at 12:34 am

    So true. A PERMANENT underclass of around 80 percent of the population. That’s the reality in India today. I know because I am from that part of the planet.

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    November 23, 2015 at 10:17 am

    every where i’ve been in the world where people had families and communities, they were happy no matter what they did or didnt have. everywhere i’ve been where families and communities are eroding, people are miserable. it’s appreciating our sincere heart connections to one another, the wilderness, and other living beings that give quality to our lives. if you want to talk about simply being happy. what is fair, that is another question.

  59. the seaqueen

    November 23, 2015 at 10:21 am

    or how about when stupid or unkind people have children? we shouldn’t let them breed either !

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    March 14, 2016 at 5:38 pm

    Slavery wan’t fair either but you seem to omit that fact from recent history when trying to put this into proper context.

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