Sunday Funnies – LOLs and OYs , December 26th, 2021 

This seems to work from a double mis-aiming:

This one got a chuckle from Chemgal. While not really a CIDU, it does have me scratching my head to see if I can remember where “There can only be one” could come from. Oh, you say there are multiple sources? No, but there can only …

Thanks to Rob for this Stahler:

And Rob steps right back in with this 1-and-done:

A LOL-Ewww or CIDU-Ewww from Kliban:

Saturday Morning Oys – October 2nd, 2021

Arrgh, they just missed the chance to pun it off against serialism, the academic successor to atonal or twelve-tone music as a body of theory and compositional practice. To boot, cerealism and serialism are pronounced identically, while surrealism is distinguishable! Well OY to that, or indeed ARRRGH!

This time the squirrel does have something to say — and he’s clearly wrong.

Here’s an Oy-Ewww. Wait, do I know the actual etymology? And how’s about “steak tartare”?

Saturday Morning Oys – September 4th, 2021

This is not really a solid Oy, not really very funny, but somehow it’s just … just … just *something*.

The legacy of “Who’s on first?” is an apparently inexhaustible vein of humor!

Here’s a chuckle-OY from Philip:

Here’s one done by Jenny:

Saturday Morning Oys – August 14th, 2021

Seems like Brevity tries out a pun every single day. Sometimes they may hit all right.

Ah well, this may raise the perpetual question, Can an auditory pun survive being put into writing when that breaks up a double meaning?

An oldie but goodie!

Sunday Funnies – LOLs, July 11th, 2021

Getting some ZZZZs is an ongoing theme with Horace; but this seemed an amusing example!

Do they somehow have different DNA?
There’s always room for a Bizarro! This would fit with the Ewww-LOL tag.

It’s charming that the other guy also seems to be there to work on his poetry.