Which cat pun is most offensive?
The cats on the cover of Newsweek are usually just cat punning, but this time there’s a serious, and quite offensive, cat that’s making the rounds.
Cat-punned: “The cat on the front page of Newsweek is a little cat.
I mean, it’s like, a little mouse.
It’s a mouse with a cat’s paw.
It can’t be real.”
Cat-pwned: “This cat on Newsweek is actually a cat.
It is a cat with a mouse’s paw and a cat tongue.
That is a very funny cat joke.
And it’s just one of the many funny cat jokes that are being made on the cat cover right now.”
A cat-pornographic joke?
That’s a good question.
The cat-lens is used to capture cat-sized images of the magazine, which has been redesigned to make it easier to read.
Newsweek’s cat cover, with cat on front page and cat tongue on the back, has been on display in a number of newsrooms, including the New York Times and The Wall Street Journal.