Took a walk and passed your house late last night

There are three silhouette gags in this cartoon, and while the third situation reveals itself to be less sinister than the shadow suggests, I still don’t know what exactly is going on there. Maybe that guy should be brought in for a psych evaluation just in case.

High cholesterol

I don’t know if I can do this every week, but today’s cartoon is available in English and en Español. Ovo-hubris, thy name is Humpty. Cuidad, huevo codiciosos.

Self-assault and pepper

This Little Lamby sure is a dumb bunny. Maybe he doesn’t understand exactly what’s going on, but he assists with the vegetable prep here and even goes on to season himself. If it weren’t for the brave parents of Animalville, his goose would be cooked.

Spinach Bowl

I believe many of the maneuvers depicted in this cartoon are against NFL regulations, but kids play like that sometimes.

Forget Deflategate. Inflategate is where it’s at.

Wringing it out

Bluto and Popeye are getting along in this cartoon. Does this ever happen again? 1938 must have been a very special year.

Mach duck

I’ve heard that you should never order duck from a restaurant that has an “A” rating from the Health Department. I’m pretty sure this restaurant did not get an “A” rating, but I still don’t think I should order the duck.

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Sunday bunnies

This isn’t an Easter cartoon per se, but I think I’ve already posted the best Easter cartoons already. Sit back and relax with a bowlful of jelly beans as you watch a bull get yelled at by his wife for trying to drink some punch. A new Easter tradition.

Wind-up fork duck

I may have posted this cartoon a few Christmases ago, but let’s watch it again. You can’t have too many wind-up fork ducks in your life, right?

For the love of Mike

Benny and Chuckles and I went to Canoga Park the other night and klowned it up for people at the art walk. I will never be as good a klown as Koko the Clown, but I think I did okay. I didn’t get chased around by any giants, and one girl wanted her palm red.

Shades of grey

This cartoon has me confused. The black swan seduces the white swan just so he can make her fish for him? What is he doing all that time underwater when he’s chasing her? Why don’t the ducks pay any attention to all the hubbub? And what about that fight between the two guys at the end? That was so quick – was something cut out? Is there an unrated version of this cartoon somewhere that explains that part better? Maybe this is why we don’t see many cartoons about swans – too confusing.

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