I almost ripped it up in disgust. The thing is, the viewer is expected to notice there are two breeds of dog. Two different types. Is that so hard to notice? It is so obvious. This card convinced me it is an American thing that jokes need be glaringly obvious, overt, slapstick, cutting, hurtful to somebody, childish, and involve no thought at all, because I can draw the same joke in one picture, post it on a British satire site, and be congratulated for my impressive sense of humor. Make that humour.
The dog actually moves into the wall and the word "BLAM" flips out of the wall. That took some effort to get right.
"That answers your question." This one page is the whole joke. It should be a one page joke but I stretched it to three to make the joke easier to grasp.
I get angry all over again just thinking about it. I hated having to explain it. It ruined the whole effort. Nearly put me off cards altogether.
Look at that, there's a hole in the wall.
Bashed in nose, bits of brick laying around. Come on! That's funny!
I give up. More of this disappointment here.