Seems like Anderson never ruins out of things to do with business charts.
In this age of “Use your inside voice” it’s good to know where the range of voice options reaches.
A bit of a LOL-Eww:
When we first saw this, it was in the black-and-white version sent in the Bliss daily email, and our first thought was to look forward to the color version and see how the notorious Twitter “bluecheck” verified-user symbol would be rendered. Not blue, in the event.
And a bit of LOL-Cynical:
In case you didn’t know, the “Nick and Zuzu” comic panels run as accompaniment to an advice column by Carolyn Hax. Sometimes they really depend on the writing and are totally CIDU without it. Other times, the comic is quite independent of the column which sparked it; and that is the case here. And the cartoons appear elsewhere, where the column is not available or even mentioned, such as GoComics.
But in case you are interested: the Hax column which had this as its illustration was at this link, which has a paywall but should allow some free visits.
Of course, the way Keith draws his character, the “guns” couldn’t possibly mean “bulging biceps” — but the “drawn” is still the operative pun.
She’s one of the Rainy Day Women #s 12 and 35
Have you any Blagues?
An OY-LOL. All three -less words are real, though fernless doesn’t have any common use beyond “lacking a fern”.
Umm, oy … no comment!
Th-th-that’s all folks!
Or isss it??
A Tomversation sent in by RobS:
This Strange Brew sent in by several contributors–RobS, Andréa, kedamono –in different categories, but we’re going with Oy:
Again RobS and Andréa spotted the same panel comic. Has “crisis actor” become a normalized term in contemporary discourse?
Yay! For once Teresa gives us a funny straightforward pun , without a totally mysterious drawing or collage:
(Wait, was that a touch of Ewww?)
Contributed by Andréa:
A That-is-Priceless double-take pun from Anon: