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In this comparison cartoon, we see two tennis pros next to the opposite of prose, which is: poetry. We see a tennis poet reading her tennis poetry.
For everyone watching the Australian Open Mic Poetry Slam
In this pun on software designer, we see a person (who is clearly a fashion designer, wheeling in a clothing rack of very fluffy and soft looking garments) enter a tech startup office. The person says, "I'm here for the interview. I'm a soft wear designer
Do I use python? No, snake skin is not a soft enough material for my work.
In this pun on the part of US Geography "The Great Plains," we see four great airplanes, all with different claims to fame: One was on the Forbes 30 under 30 list, one is in the NBA, one is Secretary of State, and one danced in a Justin Bieber video.
Unsure why the US Geological Survey felt we needed to know about these
In this pun on the phrase "Happy Spring!," instead of a celebration of the changing of the seasons or the equinox, we see a coil spring who looks very content.
Much more enjoyable to be around than Melancholy Lever
In this pun on medicine cabinet, we see a cabinet (as in advisors to the president - Secretaries of Labor, HUD, Ed, and Defense) but every member is medication. One pill pack says, "These are our recs, but know they may cause drowsiness."
If any of these members use their power illegally, they WILL be brought to (clinical) trial.
In this play on therapy and singer Cher, we see Cher as a therapist asking her client, "Do you even believe in life after love?"
It should be noted that it may not be healthy to dwell on thoughts like "if I could turn back time..."
In this pun on the game hot potato, we see a hot (as in "attractive") potato, whatever that means. Personally, I find all potatoes attractive and would eat one at almost any time of any day.
Oh geez, sorry about this.
In this pun on the Truman Capote book title, "In Cold Blood," we see a person sitting in what looks like a hot tub, but it is filled with, you guessed it, cold blood. She does not seem happy with the situation.
Why, no, I haven’t read any Truman Capote. Why do you ask?
In this pun on a sports bar, we see a sporks bar - a bar with two sporks as patrons discussing whether they are team fork or team spoon.
I am shocked to learn that I have more to say about sports than about sporks (though, admittedly, not much more.)
In this pun on the song tea for two, we see the number 2 at a coffee shop. The barista calls out his order - an Earl Grey tea. It seems it's a tea for Two.
It turns out most of the other numbers are coffee drinkers.