A Catfight Double Entendre
Still shaking out the 2016 Mental Health Humor doodle file and see what cartoons are left.
Here is on that I drew about bullying that did not quite make the cut during the year. The Idea was simple with straightforward gag/joke about bullying.
But it was a little gray and grey – while both refer to a color of a neutral tone between black and white, and can convey gloom and dullness metaphorically, speaking.
The Mental Health Humor Cartoon hit a gray spot, was this a cartoon saying bullying is wrong, and you must stand up to bullies. Or a cartoon saying that ya, we know bullying is wrong and when you stand up to them bad thing can happen.
Catfight Double Entendre
Never the less back in April when I drew the sketch and colored it and prepped it to be finished. I was not 100% happy with it Mental Health humor Cartoon, I only titled it bully and put it on the backburner and left it un the doodle file tile now.able to
I was able to finish the Mental health Cartoon and I preserved the caption from April, I figured hey I must have been going somewhere with it back then, even it I don’t fully understand the cartoon today.
The Take Away from this cartoon is to look for deeper meaning somewhere else… Maybe there is some deeper meaning hiding in the Mental Health Humor Cartoon, I don’t know, I don’t see it if you can let me know; that I way can take credit for it as soon as you tell me what it is, but ya bullying is bad.
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Download or Print: https://blogs.psychcentral.com/humor/files/2016/12/1662-MHH-bully.jpg
Female Mouse: I refuse to live in fear! You’re nothing but a bully! What do you think about, you silly Pussy Cat!
Male Mouse: I think you made her hungry
Caption: You don’t bring Cheese to a Catfight
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Stewart, C. (2016). A Catfight Double Entendre. Psych Central. Retrieved on December 18, 2017, from https://blogs.psychcentral.com/humor/2016/12/a-catfight-double-entendre/