14 Bagel Pun Cartoons

Almost as good as actually eating a bagel.

In this chart of bagel puns, we see plays on different types of bagel toppings - with everything, we have anything and something. With sesame and poppy seed, bird seed and grass seed. There's whole and half wheat, pumpernickel, -dime, and -quarter.
I'll have a toasted pumperdime with scallion cream cheese.
In this play on the iconic opening of Bay Watch, three bagels in red bathing suits with life preservers run across the beach (presumably in slow motion).
Of course the only thing I would trust to save my life is a bagel.
It is not accurate to call a bagel an "everything" bagel if it only has a few types of seeds on it. This bagel truly has EVERYTHING - including a bowling ball, a cactus, 3D glasses, a Rubik's cube, a kidney bean, and a hermit crab.
Everything bagels should really just be called "some things bagels."
In this play on Leonardo Da Vinci's The Last Supper, Jesus and some of his disciples eat the last breakfast, which, despite it being Passover, appears to be bagels and schmear.
Hoping this will be the subject of the next DaVinci Code sequel.
In this pun of Munch's famous painting The Scream, the titular screamer yells in horror while looking at a bagel with pink cream cheese - they have been given strawberry cream cheese, not lox spread!
There's nothing scarier than getting the wrong cream cheese.
In this pun of Son of Man--Magritte's iconic painting of a man with an apple in front of his face--a man's face is obstructed by an onion bagel.
This isn't THAT surreal -- I almost always have a bagel in front of my face.
In this fitness pun on whole wheat bagels, some swole bagels celebrate their bulging muscles amongst gym equipment.
My real life workout routine is walking to the bagel store.
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
Six phases of my health journey - from order a bagel and cream cheese, to whole wheat bagels and light cream cheese, to scooped bagels, to just smelling bagels, to ordering two bagels.
Snapshots from my #healthjourney
In this pun on J.D. Salinger's novel Catcher in the Rye, we see three baseball players (a catcher, a pitcher, and a third baseman) standing in three different types of bagel (rye, everything, and cinnamon raisin).
The only books I care about are about baseball players in bagels, and if you disagree, you're probably a phony.