Posts Tagged ‘funny’

CARTOONS FROM THE REV

Sunday, March 3rd, 2013
I emptied out one of my storage units and found a missing link: Lucy. I emptied out one of my storage units and found a missing link: Lucy.

CARTOONS FROM THE REV

Sunday, February 17th, 2013
Fortunately, it turned out the sabre-toothed cat and the sloth were just "roughhousing". Fortunately, it turned out the sabre-toothed cat and the sloth were just “roughhousing”.

CARTOONS FROM THE REV

Saturday, February 9th, 2013
"Beachcombing" can have different definitions for different species. “Beachcombing” can have different definitions for different species.

CARTOONS FROM THE REV

Sunday, February 3rd, 2013
When it gets really cold up in the hills, they start showing up in town.  And often outside of coffee shops. When it gets really cold up in the hills, they start showing up in town. And often outside of coffee shops.

CARTOONS FROM THE REV

Sunday, January 27th, 2013
It took some time to realize that the T-Rex is not attracted to movement so much as to a camera about to snap a photo. It took some time to realize that the T-Rex is not attracted to movement so much as to a camera about to snap a photo.

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Sunday, January 20th, 2013
At first I was concerned that the T-Rex would upstage the actors, but he turned out to be a welcome member of the chorus. At first I was concerned that the T-Rex would upstage the actors, but he turned out to be a welcome member of the chorus.

CARTOONS FROM THE REV

Sunday, January 13th, 2013
My buddy sent me this t-shirt as a gift, but raptors, it turns out, can't really take a joke. My buddy sent me this t-shirt as a gift, but raptors, it turns out, can’t really take a joke.

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Sunday, December 30th, 2012
Why do they always want to stick their head out MY window? Why do they always want to stick their head out MY window?

CARTOONS FROM THE REV

Sunday, December 23rd, 2012
tyrannosarus rex, airport, dinosaur, cartoon from the rev, bob diven It’s only natural that Tyrannosaurs would gravitate to the airport, where there are buildings large enough to accommodate them. They sure aren’t there to learn to fly!

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Sunday, December 16th, 2012
Though they respond instinctively to movement, Allosaurs rarely bite bicyclists. Though they respond instinctively to movement, Allosaurs rarely bite bicyclists.