“Don't get” doesn't always mean I don't always understand the joke. Sometimes I say “don't get” as in “What's the point?”
Esquire, July 1934
Devlin Thompson and come from the January 1978 issue of Popular Cartoons
I was confused by this one at first because I thought the guy's eyes were open. This would be funnier if “up in the air” had a double meaning and there was a hat or something in the background to show this guy was a pilot.
Sir!, February 1954
Good Humor, circa 1964
Hi-Life, August 1964
Is it that he has tools attached to his artificial arm?
I guess the woman's talking but the older man is the one with his mouth open.
So she's talking to two guys at once. So what?
Penthouse, October 1978
Playboy, December 1964
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