The New Yorker Has Trouble with Homophones
There were just so many comments we liked this week, it was difficult to come up with a handful. Some of our favorites this week include reminiscing about your youth, dry wit, mocking the New Yorker, and a play on words.
Those damned illiterates at the New Yorker.
I’ve always wanted to say that!
Flossy offered a poem on Koch's passing:
I once saw him
on the street
but we didn’t
I was still a kid
and didn’t make too much of it
But my parents said
there goes a man that’s great
Ryan took the sarcastic route, in response to a line that read, "and today, the city feels a bit more chilly," he said:
That’s because it’s cold outside.
When we asked Hagel or Hegel, AsFarAsImConcernedNelliesStillFantastic offered a third option:
Can I have some cream cheese? -Bagel