There’s some editorial disagreement on this possibly-CIDU: Is there no discernible intended joke at all, or is there an evident-enough intention but it isn’t a good joke?
Both from Andréa.
(The pun isn’t always on a word that appears in the caption or dialog.)
Speaking of grammar:
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 November 18th Synchron-eww-city from Andréa.
And another Synchron-eww-city from September 4th.
You can always count on Gargle Seawater for some Oy content!
Here is Baldo (1) using an embattled English expression in its traditional form, not the disputed more-modern form, and (2) making a pun out of it.
For comparison, for those who can make use of it, also providing the Spanish version. The pun doesn’t seem to have been attempted here.
Full-on pun for *Dingbats*.
The sender says: “It’s been over 40 years since Edith Bunker died.
Has anyone used the word ‘dingbat’ as an insult since then?” Probably not, and it may take a geezer to recall it. The *word* of course remains familiar to font-heads.
Dark side of The Horse so often breaks new frontiers in cartoon-physics! And we usually call that LOL, but here there is wordplay on “airplane mode” that should qualify for an OY.
Take a wild guess at why she’s in the dark and taking a shot.