From Philip, who asks “Are they going to tickle her? Why?”
P.S. For anyone who may have difficulty reading upside down, here is the “solution” text flipped up:
Am I missing something, or did he just rule out suspect #1 because women aren’t strong enough to murder? Not sure if this is a CIDU (because I’ve overlooked something) or just a gripe.
I don’t think I’m missing something when I complain that the Inspector rules out suspect #3, just because suspect #3 isn’t eating chicken at the very moment he’s being questioned. How does that make sense? Suspect #2 isn’t eating chicken when he’s questioned either.
From Singapore Bill, who asks “How is having multiple candidates for a position connected to American Idol? Or is this a desperate attempt to seem hip, referencing a show that was hot 20 years ago?”
At the risk of being accused of understanding the comic, I will go ahead and say that I see that those are giant hands. But huh?
From zbicyclist and Boise Ed.
We’ve run out of CIDUs. If you have any laying around, please send them in.
Is it fair to give “philosophy” credit for all this? Should every human concept or idea that people thought of be attributed to “philosophy”? Should we be criticizing “philosophy” for coming up with racism, sexism, and nationalism? For justifying genocide and slavery? Discuss.
They have 30 cents, and they buy 30 cents of food. Why is that funny?
A hot dog had a lot less bread than a loaf, and a lot less meat than a pound – is that part of the joke?
Does her complaint make sense? Regardless of whether the strawberries are large or small, she’s getting roughly the same volume. Is there some reason that large strawberries are more desirable, per unit volume? Personally, I would prefer the smaller ones, as they tend to be sweeter.
From Cristiano, who explains “It was published in an Italian magazine called ‘La Settimana Enigmistica’ (a famous crosswords magazine). It’s rather well known for the… ‘curious’ comics it contains. This one had no captions and no other context indications, it was “standalone” just as you see it…”