All Cartoons

In this pun on President Abraham Lincoln, we see Abraham drinkin', which is just Lincoln slinging back drinks as he misquotes the Gettysburg Address: Four pours and seven beers ago...
One way to celebrate Presidents' Day!
In this pun on stuffed animals, we see two animals (a bear and a bunny rabbit) at a restaurant table who are completely full. The waiter comes over offering dessert, but the bear declines-  they are absolutely... stuffed.
Not sure why children sleep with these (although I guess it’s notably safer than sleeping with hungry animals)
In this play on Gabriel Garcia Marquez' book "Love in the Time of Cholera," we see four other book recommendations (if you like this, you'll love...): Love in the Time of Collars, ...time of Caller ID, ...the time of Collard Greens, ... of College Board.
All of these sound like books I would read.
In this pun on NPR (national public radio), we see Hen P R, Hen Public Radio - two chickens sit at the radio desk saying "You're listening to all wings considered."
Ah, the dulcet tones of vocal fry and clucking!
In this pun on baking technique of giving a pastry an egg wash, we see a parent chicken bathing its baby egg in a bath.
A technique I learned from the Great British Bokking Show
In this pun on foul language, we explore fowl language, i.e. words spoken by chickens. Unfortunately, it's not that expansive, as the only word they say is "Bok."
No four letter words here.
In this pun on the bad dreams nightmares, we see the Night Mare, a horse cozily celebrating nighttime by snuggling up in bed with a classic book, Misty of Chincoteague.
Not sure why people aren't more into these
In this play on the book/movie Gone with the Wind, we see "Gong with the Wind," a person standing at the ready to hit a gong once the breeze starts going. Yes, I do realize how asinine this is.
I would watch a 3 hour 42 minute movie about this.
In this pun on goosebumps (the thrilling phenomenon when your skin raises up), we see goose bumps- two geese giving each other a fist pump. Much less scary (or more, depending on if you are afraid of geese or not)
Not sure why R. L. Stine wrote so extensively about this
In this pun on the coffee chain Starbucks, we see literal star bucks - bills featuring star-puns of the people featured on them: a 5 with Milky Waybraham Lincoln, a 10 with Galax-ander Hamilton, and a 100 with Big Bang-jamin Franklin.
Despite the vastness of the universe and the abundance of organisms (at least on our planet), I still think the intergalactic counsel will agree that these (mostly non-) presidents from the US should represent us on currency.