Bizarro is brought to you today by Horse In The Road. I've been on holiday for a couple weeks (SO rare for me!) and so now that I'm back at headquarters I feel as though I've been thrown from a speeding car onto a highway full of emails. Ugh. Meanwhile, here are the cartoons that published while I was away and that I've not posted here yet.Breaking up is never fun, even when one of you is made of wood and plastic. Here's another in my ongoing series of Sunday Punnies, which are puns that readers send to me and I figure out a funny way to illustrate them. Congrats to Dennis Barley, Kelly Cox, and Ed Saugstad for submitting this batch! Side note: The bunny in the title panel and at the top left of the Sunday Punnies is not the usual Bizarro Bunny, but her boyfriend, Sterphen. (That's not a typo, that's how he spells his name.) I don't know if "peep show" is even a phrase anymore but it used to be. It referred to commercial establishments where one could see fairly nekked ladies, I think.I didn't go to college so I can't be sure, but I've always figured it would be something like this.I don't recommend trying this on the streets unless you're wearing a good lice repellent. One thing I hate about the neighborhood where I live is that it is illegal to park on the streets between 2am and 5am. I hate those kinds of laws, which always seem to me to be fostered by some control freak who just as to meddle in the lives of their neighbors. A friend of ours didn't know about this law and left her car in the street overnight while housesitting for us and got a ticket. Obviously, once car isn't a party. Seems like a warning would be the decent thing to do in a case like this. Assholes.I know there's only supposed to be one Anti-Christ but there have been times when I was certain both of my ex-wives were it. I was wrong about the first one, jury's still out on the most recent.I like supermodel puns because I can't think of a single thing about any supermodel that is super. Except maybe their bank account.Lately I've been running across people who come from enormous families of 8 or 10 or 12 siblings. If anyone out there has this problem and is wondering where the kids keep coming from, I'd be happy to draw you some diagrams.This cartoon is as close to a Dilbert gag as I typically get.There's an old saying that Rome wasn't built in a day. I'm just explaining why.I've never bought into that myth that all people are created equal. Some folks are just hopeless.Footlong hot dogs are things I've made fun of in cartoons before. I wonder why I spelled "hotdog" as two words in the caption and why my editor didn't tell me to change it. BTW: The price signs have a gag or two in them.I'm so glad my parents aren't the meddling type. Once my sisters and I were adults, they've always left us to make our own decisions unless we ask their opinion. Some of my friends are not so fortunate with their parents. Don't forget to sign up for email alerts whenever I post a new blog. There's a window in the margin for that. Also, I'm on instagram now, like a fully-modern human! I think you can find me under DanPiraro. Hope to see you there!