This seems filled to the brim with message. But … what is it saying?
We were calling this a CIDU briefly while trying to understand why it was a Summer Concert but the bands were not notably summer foods. But then quashed the question on the basis that summer is just when there are lots of concerts and particularly the big outdoor festivals.
Jenny also sent this in, and considered it sort of a CIDU, asking “Why is meatloaf on the list, along with the veggies?”.
This is from a book, Otto: A Palindrama by Jon Agee. It was brought to our attention by (and we picked up the image from) an online book review by Gene Ambaum, attached to his Library Comic newsletter.
Pastis is trying so hard in this one, how can we pass up enjoying another look?
Unless it’s disqualified because one of the characters is consciously making the pun joke?
Falco titled this “The Red Hoodie” in his enewsletter. But do we accept that these characters would use the plain form “hood” for either of the meanings required here? Mebbe.
From Andréa, a sort of OY-Awww!
(Yes, it’s a euphemism. Also a poker variant, the first we learned about with “community cards” before the behemoth of “Hold ‘Em” took over the world.)
If you want to pursue the “restroom signage” theory, here as a bonus comic is some evidence this artist likes to use those: