The Funniest Single-Panel Comics by Doug Hill

If you’re looking for some cartoons to share with your grandparents, look no further! Doug Hill is a 76-year-old and is also known as the Laughing Hippo Studio. His comics are full of puns, wife-husband jokes, and other real-life-based humor. In his own words, “Everyday scenarios, especially when taken out of context, are a goldmine for humor. Current events and popular trends also spark ideas. The joy of creating a cartoon and seeing people smile because of it is what keeps me going.” Scroll down to see the best examples!

Cartoon by Doug Hill.

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AI-Generated Gallery: If Teletubbies Was a Horror Movie

Imagine a world where the Teletubbies weren’t those adorably bizarre creatures that entertained us as kids. Picture this: instead of Tinky Winky, Dipsy, Laa-Laa, and Po frolicking in fields and babbling nonsense, we have a dystopian nightmare where those same characters roam a desolate landscape, their TV bellies broadcasting creepy, cryptic messages… Thanks to the almighty AI, we can now take a look how such horror movie would look.

If Teletubbies was a horror movie...

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The Funniest Single-Panel Comics by Zoe Si

Zoe Si is a Pulitzer Prize-nominated cartoonist, illustrator, and writer with a lifelong passion for laughing at her own jokes. She believes in the power of words, but also that wherever words fail, a cartoon can usually succeed. Zoe practiced law for a number of years and now spends her days contributing cartoons and articles to The New Yorker, working on a graphic novel, and making children’s books. She lives in Vancouver, British Columbia with her husband and a large, fluffy dog. In her spare time, she enjoys running around outside and petting other people’s dogs. Scroll down to see some of her funniest cartoons!

Cartoon by Zoe Si.

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Hybrid Animals: Strange Animal Hybrids Bred In Photoshop

It’s not like there aren’t enough animal species on Earth already… but are there really? Well, a subreddit r/HybridAnimals think there could be more. The online community has thousands of members who are using Photoshop to create unique animal hybrids by mixing two already existing animal species together. The results are surprising and pretty hilarious. Scroll down to check out our favorites!

Animal hybrid.

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Donald Trump Found Guilty, The Internet Is Loving It

Donald Trump has been found guilty on all 34 counts in his hush money trial in New York. He’s is now officially a convicted felon. Although reports and photos of the trial say he remained mostly stoic throughout, the former president did not hold back after the verdict, calling it “a rigged trial” and “a disgrace”. Fortunately, the internet also did not hold back, filling our timelines with quality posts. Scroll down to see the funniest examples!

‘Home Alone 2: Lost In New York’ star Donald Trump has been found guilty of 34 felony counts.

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The Funniest Single-Panel Comics by Jeff Stahler

Jeff Stahler is a cartoonist and painter known for his work on editorial cartoons and comic panels. He has a rich background in the field, having served as an editorial cartoonist for various publications. Stahler is also the creator of the comic panel “Moderately Confused,” which has been running since 2003 and can be seen in newspaper sites nationwide. Scroll down to see some of our favorites and check out his book 21st Century Confusion for even more!

Cartoon by Jeff Stahler.

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Cats In Glass Bowls Are Very Satisfying To Look At

Cats in glass bowls are like living works of art. They’re the perfect combination of grace and clumsiness, as they contort their bodies to fit into the most peculiar positions. You can’t help but admire their flexibility and determination to make the bowl their temporary throne. Scroll down to see the funniest examples!

Cat in a glass bowl.

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The Funniest Multi-Panel Comics by Jim Benton

Remember Jim Benton? We already featured his single-panel comics in Part 1 and Part 2. He’s an award-winning author and artist, a TV and film producer, a joke writer, screenwriter, and has sold millions of copies of his books. He’s famous for making funny and quirky art, including comics loved by thousands of people on his social media profiles. He’s really good at creating relatable characters that people understand and find funny. Here we have collected some of our favorite multi-panel comics, but you can order Jim’s books on Amazon for more.

Comic by Jim Benton.

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Funniest Fails of Google’s New AI Search Tool “Overviews”

Google advises users to smoke during pregnancy, cook with glue and eat rocks. Yes, that’s right. Recently Google underwent a significant change, putting “AI Overviews” (AI-powered answers) above the actual search results for many queries. While this isn’t good for publishers who rely on people clicking through to their sites in order to stay in business, it’s even worse news for users, because they are served with a hot steaming plate of total bullshit. Scroll down to see the funniest examples of what happens when Google starts eating glue! Collected by @JeremiahDJohns

Google's new AI search results are having quite the week. Here's a thread with some of my favorite answers:

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The Funniest Four-Panel Comics by Elizabeth Pich

“War And Peas” is a hilarious comics series made by Elizabeth Pich. Her comics often deal with unfulfilled desires and the tragedy of the modern human condition, featuring such characters as sassy robots, woeful ghosts, and highly-skilled dogs. The stories concentrate on observations of everyday life, with a pinch of dark humour, often leading to a trenchant plot twist – and all in a four-panel-format. If you wish to support her work and enjoy this kind of humor, you can get Elizabeth’s book on Amazon. It’s called “War And Peas: Funny Comics For Dirty Lovers” and it’s brilliant. P.S. Did you see what we did here? The Part 1 was written as if Jonathan Kunz made all comics all by himself. This post is written as if Elizabeth Pich made all comics all by herself. “War And Peas” is actually a teamwork of them both.

Comic by Elizabeth Pich.

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