Somewhat imperfect, okay, but I do like the idea of the Knicks setting up a patsy opponents team, or a practice team, known as the Knacks.
Carl Fink sent in the Loose Parts, which we supplemented with the Lockhorns on a similar motif.
Is it kind of charming that Loretta still has romantic expectations?
Carl says “So, let me ask this question: has anyone seen an actual ‘Tunnel of Love’ at a fair in the past, say, 40 years? Would anyone under that age have any idea what’s going on here? Is that old carnival attraction even remembered now only because of cartoons like this one?”
Also, what is going on? People keep climbing into those boats even though they can see the solid wall and the mounting crashes? Is it almost as much their incompetence as that of the designers of the attraction?
Another shot of Argyle:
An OY-LOL: Actually, by me the pun is pretty weak, but the execution of the planner page is quite fun!
Something of a nerd-Oy. Thanks to Mark Jackson for sending!
This isn’t really a CIDU. Given this comic’s schtick, I assume the joke is that he’s attacking Loretta because she’s taken something classy (classical music), and made it dumb and low class by playing it on the bongos. But as I commented to SingaporeBill when he sent this in, it just seems like a really strange and difficult-to-understand attack, because playing on the bongos and making it sound like “Flight of the Bumblebee” would actually be pretty impressive. And then he sent this in:
Because there’s limited space so people have to fight to get in?
Since the Lockhorns are who they are, we know Loretta disapproves of Leroy’s habit. But isn’t it just normal?
So… identical pancakes is the goal?
I’ve been making pancakes for well over 50 years, and I never knew.