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How much do you tip your hairdresser?
One off the wood
Tickets for P!nk
Dools is a Redditor
Chatto hosts a comedy special taping
A sock full of pennies
Jason spills water all over his cartoon
Your porpoise in life
Up all night cancelling celebrities
I'm not being funny with the grapes
Out of town by EOD
Don't tip him, Mendez
How's the poison Gankfish?
The tunnel of...
OMG don't post that!
It's not you, it's bees
A gaggle of praying mantis gag
Will podcast for Bitcoin
Jason's Mum sends him a picture of Luke Perry
A merch idea from @nelsonic
Nick Van Breda rags on the Mets
Drew Hollway T-Rex poetry night
Jason spills water all over his cartoon:
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Every week me and @scottdools get about 10 Praying Mantis gags pitched to the podcast. Below are 5 of mine that I like… There are many, many more. I want you all to pitch your best praying mantis jokes in the comments here. Best ones get read out on next week’s podcast and the winner gets this signed original art.
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During the recording of this week's episode, Jason was so hungover he tried to take a sip of water and spilled it all over his cartoon... rendering it a mystery as to what the gag was...
Be sure to tune in to Episode #38: “Mocap Melania” this Wednesday…
As seen on today’s NewYorker.com
Here’s the rough I sent in for this toon:
Welcome back to another episode of Is There Something In This? with your old mates Scott Dooley and Jason Chatfield.
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Dools, the human Skip button
Health results on Instagram
LaCroix is a place on Earth
Shoutout to @SopranosHandGestures
Homeless guy Ablutions at the Health Club
Dools is block-happy on Twitter
Chatto's Jacksonville Wedding Adventure
No shirt, No shoes, No Cell Service
Life is Black Tie Optional
Accidental wrong wedding attendant
Vanuatu VS Gold Bullion
Synchronized Wedding Dances
Cocaine-addled Wedding DJ
Put the brisket in the duffel bag
I'll shoosh a bitch
Mississippi Marriage License
Stolen valour wedding crasher
Con Air was underrated
Superior music listener
Obligatory Ellis J Rosen mention
Cart before the horse guy
Jack-in-the-box as surprised as you are
Rambly nonsensical questatements
Frasier reunion - what's the point? The dog's dead.
What's your hashtag?
It's getting serious... she's starting to talk about hashtags
Obligatory Praying mantis joke
Judges getting married
Please do not feed the drunk grandma
A timely dig at Paul Mercurio
Employees must wash hands
In Russia, hands wash employees
PallBearer VS Ring Bearer
and a way-too-detailed pitch for Fast and the Furious 9... featuring Rocket Simpkins...
Suggestions this week:
@PaulCaggegi - Longer lasting rings
@AndyEngel - Polar Vortex Climate Change Screening
@milliechatfieldmusic - "Bit of a strange mood"
@billhopeart_art - Neurotic Dancer, TumbleWilliam, Balloons full of sighs, Clam cabaret
New Yorker cartoonist Liza Donnelly writes in today’s New Yorker about barbara Shermund’s amazing cartoons from the 1920s.
When she arrived in Manhattan, she got wind of a new magazine being started—The New Yorker. It was a humor magazine from the beginning, and Harold Ross was looking to create a new type of cartoon—a more sophisticated and urbane version of what was being published in magazines such as Life and the Saturday Evening Post. Previously, many magazine cartoons were simply illustrated jokes. Ross and his art director, Rea Irvin, sought work that was more nuanced, in which the drawing and the caption were equal partners in delivering the humor and insight. They brought in artists to work with the editors to create what we now know as the New Yorker cartoon. Shermund was one such contributor.
A nice little Valentines Day cartoon for MAD from yours truly and Alexis Novak…
Pick up a copy of MAD #6 to get an eyefull of my joke that is very popular with gaffers, boom guys/girls, and sound engineering enthusiasts alike.