What is the ‘joke’ here?


I feel like I know what it is. But surely that can’t be it?


Dunno lolz still 0 replies really


HAHAHA! Classic MStevens! :sweat_smile: :sweat_smile: :sweat_smile:


He’s done it again!


Another triumph!


Does M Stevens have previous for this kind of bullshit?


Is this from the New Yorker? Their “jokes” are generally known to be painfully unfunny, aren’t they?


I guess that it is ludicrous a kid would want to borrow a password rather than whatever they would borrow in the olden days


^it’s this (with a car being what they would borrow in the olden days).

Do we think it’s just an Internet password, or a porn site one?



Agree this is it. But the kid doesn’t look anywhere near the age he’d be borrowing the car




that’s part of the joke surely - that a 6 year old is just as able to command a complex machine as his dad, compared to the car version a generation previous


Doesn’t really work, any kid that age would have their own computer


Think we are giving this cartoon more attention than it deserves



While we’re on this subject, am I being dim or is this caption incorrect (should be landscape better than portrait, surely?)





this is the real joke


Someone wrote a piece a while back about how every New Yorker cartoon can be captioned with “I’d like to connect with you on LinkedIn” and in many cases it improves the actual joke. I think this is one of those cases.