All Cartoons

A squid bullies an octopus by saying "I need you to help me catch some lunch and then refill my ink!" And the poor octopus, a push-over and a yes-man, obliges.
A reminder that standing up for yourself isn’t shellfish.
In this pun on Steinbeck's The Grapes of Wrath, we see a multitude of fruits demonstrating the seven deadly sins - strawberries of pride, apples of envy, watermelon of gluttony, blueberries of greed, banana of sloth, pears of lust.
If only Steinbeck were alive to write about the other sins of the produce aisle...
A newt priest reads from the pulpit of his amphibian church: "And the Lord created geckos, and He was like "Close." And He created frogs, and He thought 'This is interesting, but still I am not satisfied.' And Lo the Lord created newt, and it was good."
And Lo, the kingdom of Animalia begat the phylum Chordata, which begat class Amphibia. And Amphibia began order Urodela, which begat family Salamandridae, which begat subfamily Pleurodenlinae.
In this pun on high intensity interval training, an athletic gym trainer yells musical intervals at a cellist for him to play on his cello.
Forget workin' those glutes, it's all about workin' those flutes!
A person stands before a barbell at the gym and says, "Sit... stay.. good boy!" This, of course, is how you train a dog, not how you train with weights to get swole.
Snapshot from my #fitnessjourney
A very muscle forward group of foods (a bagel, a strawberry, and a pizza), demonstrating that while Whole Foods may be the grocery store with healthy options, nothing beats Swole Foods.
The healthiest kind of food
A chicken frolics amongst the poppies.
My favorite kind of nonsense is, of course, #asininechickenpuns !
Two gals look over at their other friend Jen across the room, who is chatting up a human-sized hammer. The friends remark to each other, "Jen's friend is such a too."
Friends don't let friends date inanimate objects!
A very hot, sweaty girl fans herself. This is not the hot girl summer we all signed up for.
Living it up, summer '21!!!
One can - a can of soda -- next to "two cans," which are just a pair of toucans.
A counting tutorial