I have always been a fan of the witty cartoons in The New Yorker.
One of my favorite cartoons had a caption that read, "Of course you'll be depressed if you compare yourself with SUCCESSFUL people!."
In my own life, I have overheard humorous comments in conversations in the street that would belong nicely in a New Yorker cartoon. For example, here a two:
- "My life is the complete opposite to everything the word 'whatever' represents."
- "Sunglasses have been, like, my whole life."
The New Yorker has a searchable database of cartoons at their website, and of course I typed in the word 'piano' to see what I would find. A few of my favorites:
-Child to audience as he sits down at grand piano to begin concert: "And now, God help us all, Rachmaninoff's Piano Concerto in c minor."
-Lounger sitting at the piano, to audience: "This song is very difficult for me emotionally. Plus, the chords are hard."
-Pianist to audience: "Hey, how about those darn Mets. But seriously, folks - Liszt's Sonata in b minor."
-Man who is standing naked in full frontal nudity says to woman who is lying in bed reading a book: "You liked it in 'The Piano.'"
Here is the link. Enjoy! http://tinyurl.com/2xgb8k