Is there consistency from one panel to another about the apparent kind of malfunction?
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!
Brevity is one of those strips that seems to try a pun every time. But if we get too used to it, we may not notice when a pretty good one slips by.
We were about to cavil that the “k” was the same thing in both cases … but it really isn’t.
Therapeutic notes from Andréa!
ICYMI “tuna fish” is looked down on by some language peevers as an example of eliminable redundancy.
If the joke is that only someone as dim as Zero would make this error, what side of the dispute does this come down on?
Okay, if it were a candle, which we could figure gets lit to accompany special moments, the age correlation might start to make sense. But how or why with a lamp?
Huh? Two-way hostage?
The cartoon, like most of the Nick and Zuzu panels, was published to accompany a Carolyn Hax advice article at WaPo. (Hope you are not over your free-view limit!) In this case, while it doesn’t fully explain that phrase, it does give away the situation that could lead Nick to think of it that way.
Since the Lockhorns are who they are, we know Loretta disapproves of Leroy’s habit. But isn’t it just normal?
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: