It’s too subtle; I’m not sure I get it.
What’s the significance of “Lunch Room” on the door or the guy walking-in? If none, then the left-third of the panel should have been cropped-out.
Trump or miniature golf? Double entendre?
That’s what I do, though two-thirds have a hole somewhere from being thrown from a moving car onto concrete.
The paper is also handy to start a fire! News on my tablet – not so much.
This joke doesn’t fly. Even the Urban Dictionary was little help.https://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=Samantha
Rural Vermont in the 60s and 70s. The elementary school grew with the population, however, now it’s being closed because of low enrollment. Families no longer have 3-5 kids anymore.
This comic is in bad taste.
This comic is tasteless.
Does this mean it’s different now?
Where I grew up, grades 1-6 were in three rooms, with one teacher per room and about 16-20 students per room. My junior and senior high schools were used by seven towns worth of students and my graduating class was 178.
What’s with the “bottle cap” as a beverage?
It took way too long, however, I think I figured it out.
Not only has “it” (e.g. cancer) spread, the health ailment has “manspread.” In other, clearer words, his disease has grown at perhaps double the usual rate.
For the youngsters. Forward to 0:48 to understand the reference. https://youtu.be/nBJYxPN8qIA