“Learn New Words” Educational Kid’s Book Parody


Featured below are some of the funniest pages from “We Go Out“, “We Go To The Gallery“, and “We Learn At Home“: hilarious dark humor parodies of the much-loved British Ladybird early learning children’s books of the 1960s. Created by Miriam Elia.


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  1. I wish I could go back to the 90s life was much simpler

  2. Man, this is some depressing shiit. Reads like a Left-wing pamphlet.

    • It reads like a RWNJs idea of left-leaning arts culture. So, wrong.

    • The Old Man on the Mountain Alamut February 20, 2018

      Maybe you should look up “joke”: “A joke is a display of humour in which words are used within a specific and well-defined narrative structure to make people laugh and is not meant to be taken seriously.” Please pay attention to the “not…serious” part.

  3. Mystery Science Theater 3000 Bob February 18, 2018

    In Bernezuela they have no pretty yellow Sunday ware, no hope, and worse, no potato.

  4. The only thing that could make these funny pages more shitty, would be if it was cats that were cutted in half.

    Cats > Rabbits > Society

  5. In panel numbered 10, John doesn’t understand. I’m with John. I don’t understand any of this. Mens’ “Art Fashions” makes more sense.

  6. Happy Endings February 19, 2018

    Mummy gets incurable cancer, and Johnny and Jane recover from her indoctrination.

  7. rotfl
    “How do you win?” ” You must tell them they hurt your feelings…”

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