>elephant gets a homerun
I have no idea why but when I saw that image/joke the first time I nearly burst out laughing aloud.
Why are bad word based jokes so funny?
It's been four fucking years and I still don't get these fucking threads.
Because they're really punny.
Tadaima means "I'm home"
Yes, but how is that relevant to the elephant?
I understand that the elephant is coming home and saying tadaima but that doesn't make it make sense.
It's ironic since the elephant is saying I'm home when getting back into its cage when its real home is outside.
I couldn't find this one pre-made so I just found the image and did this.
It's been so long I forgot how to outline
It's deep, satirical social commentary on the enigmatic nature of african wildlife and their interactions with what they perceive as their nests.
That's fucking stupid.
I'm surprised no one asked if this elephant >>102269981 is dead.
I'm pretty sure that's not the actual joke, if it is I'd be disappointed to. I just made something up.
It probably is.
Is it fucking crying?
It's probably dried blood.
The people who are making the joke probably don't even know the original context.
I wouldn't be surprised if there actually wasn't any joke at all or if it's as simple as how ridiculous an elephant saying tadaima is.
There is no joke. It's just an elephant saying that it's home.
Oh. This makes me sad. yet I can't help but laugh at 'tuskete'.
Don't you mean, how is it "relephant"?
Those are my favorite kinds of jokes. /tv/ has lots of them but they're mostly shitty
Carlos, I swear to fucking God.
It's cute because elephants can't speak japanese.
it's an elephant walking through the door as if it was coming home. what the fuck is there to read into.
How can you know for sure?
How the hell do you know?
That's what you think.
Fun fact: elephants originated in japan before migrating to ukraine
darn it, I slept in again!
My elephant can.