All Cartoons

In this pun on Smokey the Bear, beloved mascot of preventing forest fires, we see Smokey the Bare, which is a bear without pants (thankfully, there is a censor bar to prevent us from seeing all the fur he has!)
Sorry to be so vulgar
In this pun on horse-drawn carriage, we see a horse drawing a picture of a carriage, which is surprisingly good considering the horse does not have. opposable thumbs or fingers in general.
Thank goodness these are banned from midtown!
In this pun on stock photo, we see a photographer taking a stalk photo - which is a photograph of a corn stalk.
Not sure if this is more or less marketable than photos of women laughing with salad.
In this pun on the food poached chicken, we see a chicken employee of the AT&T cell phone store getting poached by a Verizon recruiter (also a chicken) who is offering $18/hour pay AND health insurance.
Obviously I’m trying to get a sponsorship from the Big Chicken lobby.
In this pun on the delicious Jamaican food dish jerk chicken, we see a mean chicken with an "I'm with stupid" shirt being a real jerk to another chicken. The jerk points and laughs at the other and says, "Do you need a license to be that ugly?"
Apparently all I care about now is chicken puns.
In this pun on wrist watch, we see person performing excellent surveillance through high-tech binoculars on another person's wrist.
Swatch in the era of surveillance! (Which sounds like a terrible sequel to Love in the Time of Cholera)
In this pun on the idiom "It's a piece of cake," we have it, which is, of course, just a picture of a piece of cake (it's carrot cake.)
No soggy bottoms here
In this pun on the idiom "It's a dog eat dog world," we see a dog eating a 'dog (a hotdog, that is.)
Don’t worry, this hot dog doesn’t actually contain dog meat. Just horse meat (JK! It’s not from IKEA! #toosoon)
In this pun on chicken coop, we see a chicken shopping in a grocery store. The chicken employee tells him, "It's actually pronounced co-op."
Save me from myself. #🐓
In this comparison cartoon, we see a basketball roster- a team of players ready to compete in their sport - next to a basketball rooster, which is, of course, a rooster who plays basketball.
Inspired by a simpler time when I consistently misread “roster” as “rooster”(and dedicated to my favorite b-ball team of all time, the D3 Chicago women’s team from the ‘06-‘07 season) #🐓