Each and every day a comic strip abuses the use of the silent second-to-last panel.
posted by Matt Gill at 8:58 PM
Ancient Mastercard jokes, even less so.
Huh? Actually my joke was the fact that I ended the sentence with a preposition. My sense of humor is so subtle it sometimes borders on imperceptible.
I think he's referencing the ancient Mastercard joke in the strip.And, yes, your subtle irony will probably be missed by most (including me).
Yeah, I missed grammar joke, but I was referring to the Mastercard "priceless" reference in the comic strip which according to Wikipedia, is a ten year old ad campaign.
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