So the pirates have taken one of the shipping containers. From the middle. And the stack didn’t fall down, even with a hole in the middle. Was that the goal? Did they win? Is the pile of containers on the big ship really just a single thickness?
It’s a pun-joke we’ve heard before, but nicely executed, don’t you agree? Though not perfect — there’s no plotted reason for the appearance of the van.
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:
This Mutts is from a series introducing “King”. Not the deepest of puns, but has its little charms.
Another not-so-deep Oy, but considering how much grousing and joking has attached to the Zoom software, there has been surprisingly little using this older generic sense.
From Andréa, who asks “How many even know what a CARE package was?”.
Why would they ever be meeting in one of their dishes?
Secondary question: Are these for radio-astronomy or military early-warning radar? The people are drawn as scientists, so maybe astronomy; but the size and placement of the dishes suggests radar.
Thanks to zbicyclist, who asks “Has the cat been caught by the coffee machine? If the cat is using it as bait, why is the cat holding it in their jaws?”
Thanks to Boise Ed for this contribution