We could all use a little more humor in our day, I think. Comedy is often raunchy and crass, not wholesome, but just because something's wholesome doesn't mean it can't also be funny. Let's celebrate some of the gentle humor out there.
This sign is referencing a random, barely coherent song that's half a century old, so it's understandable if you don't get it. But if you're old enough or hippie enough to get the reference, then it's downright delightful.
At first I thought this was the sloppiest cutting I'd ever seen. But after a second look, I'm not so sure. All the lines are definite and don't extend past where they should. I think this is just an imaginative way to cut a pie.
I love me a slice of lemon raspberry loaf and order one pretty much every time I'm in a Starbucks. But if I saw this one, I think I'd just leave it alone. It's sleeping so sweetly.
I've been thinking for years about taking the bold step of commissioning a portrait of my cat. This might have just nudged me into finally doing it.
I'm wondering if the person who communicated this order talks like a grizzled old-timey gold prospector, or if the person who transcribed the order thinks like a grizzled old-timey gold prospector.
We live in a world of endless signs, endless words that can align with each other in innumerable ways. When something like this happens, it doesn't change anything, but it does mean your day got a little bit better.
This pepper is clearly experiencing some self-doubt as it changes from a green pepper into an orange pepper. It's okay, little guy. Being orange just means you'll be that much sweeter.
It's been a long time since Pizza Hut had a proper pizza buffet, but if you know, then you know. It was an extravaganza of red plastic cups, pizza, dessert pizza , and straight-up magicians.
We all know that the position of the sun in the sky influences how a shadow will look. She isn't really a rotisserie chicken, she just got photographed at the wrong time of day.
I don't have kids, but I imagine this is what it's like: they're born, you're overjoyed, you take them home, and then, after all the well-wishing and fanfare, there's just... this. You have nothing in common.
The best thing about mistakenly putting on a costume is that you're in that costume for keeps. Unless you want to hang out in your boxer shorts, that costume is your wardrobe for the day.
Weird Al is so committed to answering fan mail that he isn't even distracted by the fact that a massive Baby Yoda is passing by, just inches away from his window.
Did the dude on the left mess up, or did he actually get it right? I mean, I'm way more excited about Domino's, the pizza, than I am about dominos, the lame game.
If you're the type of person who feels like others just don't like you, this pair of socks is unlikely to do anything to change that perception.
Sometimes your Halloween costume is a little too real. I think this is one of those times.
Here's a picture-perfect funny pet photo to celebrate Thanksgiving. Look, he's even a perfect shade of golden brown. He probably doesn't need any more time in the oven.
This may be true, but I'm not sure if the whole "loudness is timeless, so just get over it already" messaging would be any consolation to the people who live nearby. Maybe the patrons could just keep it down a bit.
I'm not even looking at the pregnant woman with WiFi depiction here. I'm seeing this as the most baffling progression chart in history. You start with a cane, then a crutch, then you're pregnant with WiFi, then you have a kid.
This is a nice gesture, but it's like the old saying goes: "Illuminate a man's iPad with a flashlight and his screen will be bright for a day; teach him to use the brightness function and his screen will be bright for a lifetime."
The fortunate thing here is that male parttern baldness is called male pattern baldness for a reason: it doesn't affect women. I'm sure this baby will grow up with better hair than her dad ever had.