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In this pun on self care, we see shelf care - a person lovingly hugging and caring for her bookshelf.
Treat yo' shelf!
In this pun on Evelyn Waugh's novel Brideshead Revisited, we see a person visiting, yet again, a disembodied bride's head, and the person says, "Yes, just as spooky as I remembered."
Why would anyone write a novel about this?
In this pun on pen pal, we see hen pal, which is a chicken who writes you letters. Unfortunately, the notes just say "Bok bok bok bok!"
Nostalgic for the age of anonymous pen pals when we could be writing to, for all we know, some literate chickens. #🐓
In this pun on the Bride of Frankenstein - with a nod to the college admissions scandal.- we see the bribe of Frankenstein, which is just Dr. Frankenstein bribing the sailing team coach to get recruited for USC.
When your science fair project of reanimating the dead isn’t quite enough to make you stand out in the crowd
In this pun on cell phone, we see a biological cell making a phone call on a land line telephone.
Shockingly, cells prefer landlines.
In this pun on the exclamation HOLY COW!, we see a holy cow, which is a cow who is a saint.
For the glory of all things divine and bovine
In this pun on french kiss, we see a Hershey's kiss wearing a beret and speaking French.
Oo la la!
In this pun on Rasputin, powerful mystic and self-proclaimed holy man from Imperial Russia, we see the much less impressive Ratsputin, who is just Rasputin as a rat.
Known for such evil acts as undue influence on Russian czars and scurrying across crowded sidewalks
In this pun on Chicago, we see Chickago, a land where chickens root for The Cubs and nosh on deep dish pizza.
#asininechickenpuns across America
In this comparison cartoon, we see hypotension, low blood pressure that could cause dizziness, next to hippo tension- two hippos awkwardly running into each other months after one fired the other.
Medical terminology, explained