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Comic profile: The Daily Dose
The Daily Dose
Laugh Every Day
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Comic language: English
Genre: Gag-a-day
Activity status: Active
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Last update: 26th Oct 2011
Number of comics: 3
Number of subscribers: 0
Visitors: 1134 visitors (1745 pages viewed)
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The Daily Dose covers popular topics from A to Z including news, celebrities, entertainment, environment, science, technology, culture and more. The Daily Dose features the hand-drawn original comic strip panels by Laughzilla and puts a witty editorial spin on issues of the day. The Daily Dose cartoon books are a popular spin-off of the webcomic. These cartoons are guaranteed to make you laugh, or your money back. That's right, we will gladly fully refund anyone who asks, the entire amount paid to read our cartoons, which is exactly $0.00, because our webcomic is free. For the record, since starting in 1996, we have received exactly zero refund requests, and we have refunded exactly zero people.

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Laughzilla
I draw the funnies for The Daily Dose which began in 1996, spreading laughter like a virus with no known cure. Fortunately, it's a virus that's good for your funny bone and your health.

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Laughzilla
26th Oct 2011
Shoestring Theory book title editorial cartoon and Top 10 shoe string jokes

“Shoe string theory is very convenient, except when you trip over yourself because you forgot to tie your laces.” — Yasha Harari
“Top 10 shoe string jokes”
10. Social Media: Shoe string theory says that all things are connected on a subatomic level. So why does anyone need Social Media?
9. Physics: Everything is connected. Everything is relative. All relatives have souls. So your soles are connected to your neighbor’s Great Aunt Methuselah, even when she’s cackling and chasing you around with her rolling pin.
8. Internet: If shoestring theory states that everything is connected, then why does my computer say it’s Not Connected to the Internet?
7. Nature: If mankind was meant to use shoestrings, why weren’t we all born with shoes on our feet?
6. Meta-Physics: An object can exist in two places at once, especially if it is tied together by a shoestring.
5. Haiku: Shoestring theory rules shoemaker business models, built upon our soles.
4. Politics: The shoestring theory of politics dictates that you connected to the acts of government even if you can’t tie your shoes.
3. Capitalism: The shoe string theory of capitalism argues that when the wealth is controlled by the few, there is a tie-down effect to the many.
2. Iambic Pentameter: William Shakespeare wrote many sonnets, his shoe string theory lost in a bonnet.
… and the #1 shoe string joke is:
1. Occupy: #OccupyShoeStrings is a protest movement against the wealthiest 1% of souls who control the other 99% of soles.
Reference: Yasha Harari for TheDailyDose.com.

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Laughzilla
24th Oct 2011
Herman Cain editorial cartoon and Top 10 Occupy Ice Cream jokes

“After dinner, Occupy Wall Street is going to Occupy Ice Cream Parlors, in a show of tasty rage against the ‘creme de la creme’.” — Yasha Harari
“Top 10 Occupy Ice Cream jokes”
10. Economy: When the American economy was strong, consumers loved Bubba flavored ice cream. Now that the economy is suffering and Americans are getting sick of the ruling Oreo flavor, the People are trying out more exotic flavors, like black walnut.
9. Haiku: She loves Black Walnut. It’s no flavor of the week. Taste that Herman Cain.
8. PR: Herman Cain has decided that in addition to his 9-9-9 plan, black walnut ice cream will be included free in his reformed national health care plan.
7. Education: You can Occupy Ice Cream even if you don’t have a good education.
6 Iambic Pentameter: If you would like to occupy ice cream, don’t eat too fast or you’ll brain freeze and scream.
5. Walnut vs. Wall Street: OccupyWallStreet protesters find it easier to demonstrate against Wall Street bankers after eating some black walnut ice cream.
4. Irony: 50% of the ice cream flavors are controlled by the wealthiest 1% of the ice cream connaiseurs, which results in a very messy situation, due to the inverted cone, trickle-down theory.
3. Social Media: Herman Cain used Social Media to share the ice cream flavor he chose to occupy. Do you like it?
2. Politics: If ice cream occupies any part of your thoughts, then in 2012, would you rather re-elect Oreo ice cream, or try black walnut for a change?
… and the #1 Occupy Ice Cream joke is:
1. Business: You might not be able to profit from occupying ice cream, but the downsizing is sweet.
Reference: Yasha Harari for TheDailyDose.com.


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