I have a writing and grammar blog that has a lot of comics in it. It's http://writing-rag.com
I taught in a one-room school. When a kid’s birthday rolled around, they got special privileges. For the kids who had birthdays during the summer, we used their “unbirthday,” exactly six months after their birthday.
Daisies have an even number of petals, so always start with “she loves me not.”
Hmm. Bigger than the box it came in. And the box even held the tools!
and only four toes!
Anything that’s not a repeat for me…
When this one came out last March, I used it as an illustration in my grammar blog. With credit, of course. https://writing-rag.com/3922/vague-numbers/
Just so you know—the word for a mentor’s student is “protege.”
A good age quiz: What technology features these three numbers: seventy-eight, forty-five, and thirty-three and a third?
Hey! That guy in the lower left corner is a leftie!
The difference between a mechanical engineer and a civil engineer? Mechanical engineers make weapons; civil engineers make targets.