Perhaps over-familiar as a mental-health joke, but enough original twist to make it funny.
We can’t let a Whack-a-Mole reference go by without linking to Cameron Esposito’s “Guacamole” bit! (In case the “start at” feature in the link doesn’t work, you might want to skip an intro and jump to about 1:40.)
This LOL-Meta from Argyle Sweater surprises me a little by taking it for granted that kids that age would tease (or try to insult) each other in the terms Sara used.
I just need to say I’m impressed how he selected and wrote out the twenty-five names.
And a thorough Ewww-LOL:
This went right by my reading-the-comics-too-quickly eyes until I happened on it featured in Comic Strip of the Day column where he points out that the joke works only if the reader can supply the title.
A link-only reference to this Medusa Far Side:
That’s quite a surprise!
“Thought I was being ghosted.”
A slightly Ewww-flavored LOL:
This might take a moment as a Quickie-CIDU before resolving as a LOL:
Bliss has been running an excellent series with the dog and/or cat in anthropomorphized domestic settings. Here is a good example:
Thanks to chemgal who sent this in and says it “was a literal LOL for me”.
I guess it’s a Eww-LOL..
Why is the tips jar incongruous? Is it just that it’s so blatant, but a discreet one would be okay, in a lounge setting? Or is this a formal recital? Or is it odd that it seems to be for the accompanist and not the singer? No, I don’t really understand it.
Moon hits a double today:
This Cornered probably strays a little closer than we usually like to topical econo-political partisan issues, but it is a clever twist on the “start at the bottom and work your way up” trope.