While I do get the joke intended in most, they just leave me saying “So?”
Punch February 4, 1920
The accused doesn't care about the trial or would rather not be arrested at all. So?
Charley Jones' Laugh Book, June 1954
The guy's trying to kill his wife. So?
The picnickers are shocked that the grounds they thought were vacant turn out to be a nudist camp. So?
Stereotypical Mexican peasant women carry jugs on their heads. So?
People walked into a movie not sure if they'd seen it before. So?
A patient won't eat. So?
This is mocking some celebrity or public figure I'm totally unfamiliar with.
A classical violinist would like to play but everyone is more interested in the current ragtime tune (you can't tell comparing it to today's standards, but at the time this depiction was wilder than anything you could possibly imagine). So?
They're African-American and live in the U. K. So?
Something to do with Nazis encountering Napoleonic ghosts? Is that what's going on? So?
The town's flooded, but one of the houses hit is a house of ill repute. So?
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