I can’t believe it’s not a synchronicity!

From Andréa, who points out for the synchronicity inspectors that although the Knight Life is a rerun or classic, its appearance on GoComics was 2022/11/08, same as the Candorville. The Candorville is a pretty good LOL at the end, too, despite edging up kinda near to partisan politics.

(Post-posting edit: As noted in comments, the following was the intended Knight Life, which actually uses the phrase “I can’t believe”.)

And for some additional fun on the “Can’t believe it” topic, Andréa also sends a link for this scene from The Vicar of Dibley. Impressive memory and facility from Emma Chambers, playing Alice.

Sunday Funnies – LOLs, August 28th, 2022

A mordant bit of meta.


Are all of them possible “jumpers” in their own contexts?




Here’s that Sad-LOL promised in the Tags.


And from DollarBill, a Fusco Brothers LOL with some Meta or 4thWall aspects:


Saturday Morning Oys – March 12th, 2022 

Well, there’s a good OY on the left, and a good LOL on the right, and I’m feeling too lazy to get out the cropper, so let’s print it twice, once today, and once yesterday or tomorrow.

“Told him where to go …”

Middle school favorite: “You’ve got a point there …. But you could hide it under a hat!”

Saturday Morning Oys – July 10th, 2021

From Andréa:
Andréa otra vez

Do they have something backwards, tho?

And it’s an Andréa hat trick. She also remarks on this one: “HOWEVER, there is NO SUCH THING as a ‘pita pan’, altho there ARE restaurants named such.”

Hmm, the status as an OY may be slightly dubious, but it’s worth it.

Sunday Funnies – LOLs, November 22nd, 2020

“This explains a lot” says Stan:


From Andréa:

But he still gets a lot of “Oh yeah? What did it use to be?”.

“To Serve Man”.
(Color version posted by Andréa in comments to Oh Deer Me thread!)


School for gifted neonates!

Never runs out.


A LOL-Eww from Bob Ball.

“Who will you be wearing to the awards?”


This is what the caption field within an Image Block looks like, for the curious.

Saturday Morning Oys – November 21st, 2020

Of course, the way Keith draws his character, the “guns” couldn’t possibly mean “bulging biceps” — but the “drawn” is still the operative pun.


She’s one of the Rainy Day Women #s 12 and 35


Have you any Blagues?


An OY-LOL. All three -less words are real, though fernless doesn’t have any common use beyond “lacking a fern”.


Umm, oy … no comment!

Two Pearls!

From Andréa.


An Oy-Meta!


Th-th-that’s all folks!


Or isss it??