ATTENTION: IF YOU'VE COME HERE FOR THE T-SHIRT CAMPAIGN THAT BENEFITS THE JANE GOODALL INSTITUTE, CLICK HERE! Bizarro is brought to you today by Lifestyle Choices.Regarding the above cartoon, one reader left the following comment: "The idea of advocating romantic relationships between species is disgusting and exactly what the Christian Right predicted would happen if we legalized gay marriage!" Okay, that reader was me, but I wish I'd gotten that complaint because it's funny.I've long called martial arts "the pajama arts" but I mean no insult by it. I find it fascinating that a barefooted person wearing pajamas can beat the crap out of someone with a baseball bat, wearing protective gear and ass-kicking boots. Or at least, that's how it happens in the movies.This coffee gag is one that has doubtless been thought of a million times and I did a version of it way back in the early 90s myself. But it's fun, people like it, and my job is to amuse my readers not stroke my own ego with my clever originality, so here it is. I'm simple minded so I like to think of karma as a literal leveling force that rewards good and bad people appropriately and immediately. If that were true, however, Donald Trump would've lost his fortune overnight and be the only white dude on an all-Latino landscaping crew.If you're from somewhere in the world other than the Southern United States, this gag might elude you because you don't know that waitresses in those areas often call everyone "Hon," which is short for "Honey". And the guy in the chair is Attila the Hun, of course. A super simple gag, but it makes me laugh.Here's some fun with a street food vendor. Or maybe he isn't a "food" vendor. Or maybe the umbrellas are made of lunchmeat. We may never know.Lastly this week, we have the palm reader who takes her job very literally. This is the only kind of palm reader I would trust, but that's just me.