Have you seen the cartoons on the Abstruse Goose website? If not there are some real corkers (that means "good ones") there that will bring a wry smile to your face.
For example, there's the one where what looks to be Captain Picard in Star Trek is informed that a Romulan Warbird is de-cloaking, he says "On Screen" and is somewhat dismayed by the result (Click Here).
Then there's the one of Gandalf performing a Middle Earth Dictionary Attack (Click Here).
And how about the one where someone uses a Binary Ouija Board in an attempt to contact the (long dead) first computer he ever owned? (Click Here).
The one about the astronaut is particularly poignant ... it reminds me that I always wanted to go into space (sob sob, Click Here).
And there are some that I particularly enjoy like There Is No Spoon (Click Here) and Schrödinger’s Infinitesimal Miscalculation (Click Here).
The strange thing about these cartoons is that everyone seems to like different ones. You may not be amused by the ones I've shown here, but I bet you'll find some that make you laugh your socks off.
And then, just when you're not expecting it, you'll run across one that is really, really clever and really makes you think (just click the "Random Button" to bounce around and see what's what). The most recent cartoon about the anatomy of a typical phone conversation – what's involved in someone transmitting the message "Hello" – provides a jolly good example (Click Here
I wish I had this sort of imagination (I also wish I could draw, and sing karaoke [by which I mean sing it well*], and play the guitar, and...)
*When out for a night of bonding** with a bunch of guys in Japan, everyone has to take a turn singing karaoke. If you are a bad singer they say that you "sing with emotion". Well, I sing with so much emotion that I can make grown men burst into tears :-)
**Male bonding ... male bondage ... it really doesn't pay to get these two confused :-)