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In this pun on cold turkey, we see a turkey who, despite being quite bundled up, is very cold.
Life hack: Wearing pants makes you warmer!
In this pun on order in the court, we see a judge presiding over a courtroom and yelling at the plaintiffs, who are all disorderly letters of the alphabet, that there MUST be alphabetical order in the court.
An idea for a preschool television show about literacy and litigation (a much needed and oft ignored skill amongst the 2-year-old community)
In this pun of Charles Dickens' A Tale of Two Cities, we see two kitties.
This book would probably have less knitting and more yarn free-play.
We see several sneaky places where the Republicans are trying to hide the Obamacare repeal (in a lunch bill, a crossword puzzle, an iOs update, and Hallmark Cards)
Always read the iOS updates before clicking “agree.” (A cartoon I drew in December 2017 when the senate was trying to sneak Obamacare repeals into everything. #outdated)
We see two walls having a conversation, but it's incredibly boring.
Not all walls would be gushing gossips. #notallwalls
We see 6 book covers where the title is taken literally - The Scarlet Letter, Catcher in the Rye, Ulysses, Magic Mountain, Atlas Shrugged and Grapes of Wrath.
“Don’t judge a book by its cover.” -someone who guessed that maybe some cover artists were judging books by their titles
In this pun on classic video game and historic Oregon Trail, we see a woman in a covered wagon traveling the organ trail, which is just a gross trail of organs.
Yes, you will probably die of cholera on this trail too.
In this play on naturalist and ornithologist John Audubon's beautiful bird paintings, we see 6 paintings of birds from John's less talented brother, Merv. They are all just curvy Vs, each labeled a type of bird "in the distance."
I would go to this museum.
In this comparison cartoon, we see a mountain goat next to a valley goat (which is a goat that dresses and talks like a valley girl, doy!)
You goat, girl!
In this play on the famous painting Whistler's Mother, we see the mother, a crazed look in her eyes, as she is plagued by the persistent whistling of her child.
It’s very difficult to sit still for a portrait when your kid won’t stop whistling “Do You Know the Muffin Man.”

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