Cartoons can slay. Here are two that plaster a grin on my face for the connections they make. The first is from The New Yorker. The second is from Larson’s The Far Side Daily Dose website.
(1) I once had to fidget through countless corporate PowerPoint powwows; I sometimes quip snidely about the Master of Fine Arts degree; and I like poetry. So there’s this funny drawing with no caption:
(2) I happen to follow “Arabic with Sam” on YouTube. He’s a charismatic teacher from Cornwall (England) who does informative breakdowns of Arabic texts. The current one is “Layla wa-ḏ-Dib” (Layla and the Wolf), an Arabic version of “Little Red Riding Hood”: https://youtu.be/aC2gCtmzyLQ. What wicked fun to bump into this cartoon:
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