Tom Falco says on his blog that two of the most popular of his cartoons last year were on the cavemen/cavewomen motif.
Hmm, this feels familiar, but only the horse-drawn carriage shows up on a pun search.
(Explained as a pun at Arnold Zwicky’s Blog)
Both from Andréa.
(The pun isn’t always on a word that appears in the caption or dialog.)
Thanks to Andréa and others for capturing and cleaning up that featured-image OY, which apparently originated on Facebook but has been circulating in various public and private alleyways! 🙂
Contributed by Andréa:
And after the argument, she drove off in a Huff.
(If you are on a phone, you may not be able to see the Huff.)
Funnier than it deserves to be!
From Andréa and more.
Below from Anon:
Above from Andréa.
Mitch4 says: My turn to be stupid — I looked at this and thought “Okay, decent pun, taking pro-biotic as contrast to amateur-biotic. Hey, we could also imagine pro-biotic as trying to be opposite of anti-biotic, wouldn’t that be inventive? If only there were such a term … “
(A repeat from a couple of years ago)