Boring, boring

A boy is bored, even with his toys and TV programs. After spending time being bored, he comes into meditation of deep thoughts on “what is boring”. That’s Yoshitake’s specialty. The boy sets up
hypothesis on “what is boring.”

If someone stays in the same for long, does he begin to be bored? If something does not concern himself, is it boring? Does only human being feel bored? The book develops more and more about the“boring” feeling.