Practically everyone can appreciate good comedy. But while some comedy hits you over the head with its humor, there's also a more subtle variety.
It shouldn't take you long to see the humor in these pics. But it might take you a moment.
Yuengling totally gets what the Halloween spirit is about: skeletons helping each other do keg stands on bales of autumnal hay while pumpkins vomit in the foreground. Well done.
This pen has one of those statements that's undeniably true and has the potential to chill the reader to the bone.
I don't think free-range sharks would get much out of a Filet-o-Fish, but I have no doubt that they'd be very interested in the components that make up a Filet-O-Fish. That means this photo could technically be considered canon.
This is deeply, profoundly unnerving. The sunglasses sit on the tail perfectly, and the tail itself makes for a creepy nose. If I saw this, I'd turn around and walk away.
The students (it had to be students, right?) who did this were probably thrilled to find that the timing of their prank coincided with Google updating its satellite imagery. It's truly an example of perfect timing.
This is a funny sign and probably achieved its intended result, but I want to know what kind of horrible co-workers would just use someone else's mug.
Something about this sign tickled me just right. I know that Sprinkles Gelato wasn't part of Tony Soprano's gang, but it feels like Sprinkles Gelato was a part of Tony Soprano's gang, and that's all that really matters.
This is a perceptive kid. If you're the Stay-Puft Marshmallow Man, you should keep your distance from the Ghostbusters.
I appreciate this joke, but I'm not even sure if 2,469 floppy disks would be enough to install a modern application. I remember using these disks and putting, like, four school assignments on them would max out the space.
Going bald isn't a fun experience. Depending on this guy's sense of humor, the shape of his baldness is either salt in the wound or a hilarious silver lining.
I'm incredibly paranoid about porch pirates stealing my deliveries. I suppose having a tiny, excitable dog drawing attention to the delivery would make things that much worse. Then again, maybe it would serve as a guard dog.
The window in this package of cheese could make things work out nicely, like you can see here. Conversely, it could also lead to monstrous-looking cows with multiple eyes on their snouts. Either way, fun design.
This sign does a great job of bringing would-be mall ninjas back to earth. There's nothing wrong with buying one of these silly swords, so long as you don't let it make you believe you're a real samurai.
I especially like how the "HI PIECE OF S**T" is in all caps. It's like you've barely even started to process the email and Sprint is already screaming insults at you. That's the phone company experience, I suppose.
The effect here is subtle, but noticeable. It looks like someone tried to inflate this old church like a balloon and got halfway before thinking better of the whole thing.
In the 21st Century, we repackage old content, turn it into memes, get celebrities on board, and monetize the whole weird thing. Here's a prime example.
At first, this looks like a block of sarcastic, sentient cheese, and that makes me smile. But, as it turns out, it's just some mostly inscrutable codes.
When you see something like this, you just know that today isn't your day. You just have to hang on, because maybe your yogurt will smile at you tomorrow.
The only option is to change whatever name you gave him back to this. You get that, right? There's no other course of events here. His name must be Funky Fusion Steptown, there is simply no other way. It's too perfect to discard.
You can just tell that this was written by a man who just finished a long, heartfelt conversation with his mom that left him tearing up, so he had to go to the bathroom and hide in a stall to compose himself. Now he's just trying to spread that same joy.
I understand the mindset here, but let's be honest, if a spider can survive the whirling inner mechanics of a vacuum enough that it'll try to crawl out, there's no way any flimsy layer of plastic wrap will be stopping it either.
It's a step-by-step process. You read the sign at the top and back up 100 feet, then you see the next sign and back up another 100 feet, then you spot the mudflaps and back up the final 100 feet. Makes for a smooth transition.
Hey, don't stifle the creative genius of your coworkers! They're looking for even a moment of joy and whimsy at their job, and if that comes in the form of little office supply monsters, then so be it.
The way that cat is looking at that baby has me a little worried. Jealousy has already been established between the two, and shockingly, the cat has a size advantage here. I would keep an eye out if I were you.
Honestly, I would be perfectly fine with dresses like these coming back into style. They look like what a mourning, yet vengeful victorian ghost would wear, and I think that makes for a real unique fashion statement.
There's something about the word 'forbidden' that immediately makes me want to do whatever they're saying is forbidden. Is it reverse psychology, me having the mental constitution of a seven-year-old, or both? Who knows! What I do know is I want to dip a toe in that hot tub,
Sometimes you go into a meal with a lot of confidence in your calculating abilities, then you get even one drink too deep, and that all goes out the window.
Hopefully, your server is happy to be getting tipped at all, so the extra math homework won't bother them too much.
Any time I'm on the highway and see a car being towed by an RV, I get freaked out that someone's tailgating so close, then feel like an idiot. It's good of this driver to add some humor to the setting.
Nobody, no matter how scary or tough they think they are, even the most infamous of horror movie slashers, is immune to the shock that is eating a lemon. You're not better than the rest of us, Michael!
It took me a second to get this joke, but then I remembered that South Park exists. As a Canadian, though, I should offer this disclaimer: we don't all have bulbous, flappy heads with beady eyes in real life.