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Looking at someone whose head has been sucked into a computer another asks, “Whom should I call first? 911 or Technical Support?”
Disabled Cartoon 2709: A dog bringing a pirate his peg leg.
Medical Cartoon 7018: A doctor saying to a patient with an arrow through his head, “Off hand, I’d say you’re suffering from an arrow through your head, but just to play it safe, I’m ordering a bunch of tests.”
Psychology Cartoon 1039: A Lemming answering a phone at a call center saying, “Lemming Suicide Hotline.”
Denture Cartoon 8813: Mona Lisa sleeps with dentures in a glass next to her.
Baby Cartoon 4787: A pregnant woman reading a book, “1,001 Names to Embarrass Your Child for Life.”
Dog Cartoon 1548: Of dog drooling as phone rings and a woman says, “Pavlov, dear, either we get rid of the dog or get a different ring tone.”
Bartending Cartoon 4908: A pirate with two peg legs looking at a pub sign that says, “No shoes, No service.”
Pharmacy Cartoon 7461: A doctor says to a patient with a palm tree growing out of his head, “It appears to be some sort of reaction to your herbal pain medication.”
Dental Cartoon 7652: A fish whose teeth are caught on a fishing line saying, “Thank God for periodontal disease.”
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