Three cartoons for today: a Dilbert, a Bizarro, and a Mother Goose and Grimm:
Archive for the ‘Puns’ Category
In the most recent New Yorker (of April 21st), this droll cartoon by P. S.Mueller:
fairy / ferret.
Zippy is routinely surreal, but today’s alludes more directly to surrealistic art than most of the strips:
This has the feel of a Magritte (and includes a recurrent Zippy theme, bowling and bowling balls). Plus, you get the pun in the title, “Saxual identity”.
Four cartoons today: a Dilbert, a Bizarro, a Mother Goose and Grimm, and a Scenes from the Multiverse:
Three varied cartoons fot the day: Rhymes With Orange, Pearls Before Swine, Dilbert.
Passed on by Rod Williams on Facebook, this image from Radio Nova 100
A pair of interlocked puns: Fleetwod Macchiato, a POP (phrasal overlap portmanteau) combining Fleetwood Mac and macchiato, plus the allusion to Fleetwood Mac’s “Go Your Own Way” (from the Rumours album) in the form Foam your own way. Impressive: easy if you have the sociocultural knowledge, but impenetrable otherwise. (Another piece of cleverness I doubt my 10-year-old grand-daughter would get.)