Moon hits a double today:
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:
Okay, okay, I know there is sentiment out there regarding Lug Nuts, like Frog Applause, as so generally just about some sort of surreal or absurdist or grotesque drawing that it doesn’t get close enough to a directly funny joke to justify calling it a CIDU.
But no!, if one of these defiant non-understandable series comes close enough to making comic sense, but still eludes, we can honor the near-miss with our attempts to exercise some acumen.
That said, — Is that a cane? A tail? Does it go out accompanied by the guy while it is not well enough to go out on its own. (Oh sorry, he / him / his?)
We can’t decide whether the educational facts in between the joking ones are all or mostly meant to be true.
A Sad-LOL from Lugnuts
Last week I went to a wedding, of two antennas. The ceremony itself wasn’t anything special. But the reception was great!
This time Junk Drawer is about a junk drawer!
BUT that doesn’t mean only the namesake can discuss the junk drawer!
Okay, okay, not really a LOL. And certainly not an Ewwww. Just more like …. an Awwww?
From Dave Berg, who sent it in as CIDU. There is potentially a fairly direct explanation, however (reserved for now — we’ll see if you’all agree). But it still leaves this a good, ironic, chuckle.
And a LOL-Eww as a fitting end:
You say tomato, I say potato …
In this Sad-LOL, she discovers why he seemed to be ghosting her.
Some Tom Gauld literary cartoons
Apart from the admirable pun, the line always raises the question of whether a truncated quotation, which changes the meaning, constitutes a misquotation.
Woops, a week late but valid topical pun: