Another one is Beyond the Looking Glass, full of references to Alice in Wonderland. At the Tea Party, it has the foods with "Eat Me" written on them, and the following quote takes it to the extreme: "He pulls out a plate of pastries, each with a familiar type of masochistic command written on it. A few say "Eat Me," some say "Drink Me," and one particularly off-putting one says 'Call Me a Dirty Slut.'"
The fight against the a golden ring, from an old Crimbo event. What makes it funny is that most of damage done is self-inflicted.
You bend over to inspect the ring and stand up too fast. You get dizzy and run into a wall. You kick the gold ring across the room. It rebounds off a wall and hits you in the eye. You pick up the ring and toss it in the air. It lands in your mouth and gets lodged in your windpipe. What are the odds?
That, and the miss messages involving it just lying there.
You stare at the gold ring. It lies there, doing nothing in particular. The ring attacks the crap out of you. Nah, just kidding. The ring doesn't attack you. That isn't particularly surpising.
Attempting to pickpocket The Guy Made of Bees rewards you with... A handful of bees. Apparently the bees were so amazed you tried something so stupid that they forgot to attack you and ended up in your inventory.
Even the basics can inspire some choice giggles. I end up laughing every time I remember that Meat is the in-game currency, especially after taking the rigmarole of justifications contradicting themselves. Yes, Meat is the currency, but you don't kill any of the monsters. You just beat them up and take their stuff! But where did you get the yeti skin? The yeti was carrying it, of course!
The meat currency is perfectly lampshaded by the description of a huge gold coin from a faux-video game dungeon
A gold coin the size of your face is probably the most impractical form of currency you've ever encountered. Oh, wait — meat. Right.