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C-Section Comics is a Gag Per Day Webcomic by Israeli cartoonist Idan Schneider. Each comic is standalone is a few panels long, and usually comes with a short poem about the premise and a bonus panel that extends the joke. Topics spoofed include pop culture, religion, politics, and life in general. The strips often utilize Black Comedy.

The comic can be found here. It updates irregularly.


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  • Conspiracy Theorist: "Sorting Hat": The Sorting Hat reads various conspiracy theories from the brain of the child being tested(jet fuel can melt steel beams, vaccine toxins, and something about Bill Gates), to McGonagall's horror. He is eventually sorted into House Trutherdor.
  • Dastardly Whiplash: Parodied with recurring character Tricky Tony, a short, dark man with a twirlable moustache, dressed in a dark suit and matching top hat, and always sporting an evil grin. His acts of villainy are all largely harmless, like giving a superhero sunburn, keeping the final piece of a puzzle, or getting a bear a few hours before his 21st birthday.
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  • First World Problems: In the strip of the same name a woman in Africa tells her malnourished child who is missing an arm that at least he doesn't have to worry about real problems like getting your name spelled wrong at Starbucks or missing an episode of your TV show.
  • It's a Wonderful Plot: Subverted in "The Most Insignificant Person In The World" where a man asks a genie to make it so he was never born. The genie does as he wishes... and then the man comes right back. He was so insignificant poofing him out of existence changed nothing.
  • Jewish Mother: Parodied in "Jesus had a Jewish mom", which posits that Mary was as overbearing and smothering towards her son Jesus as the stereotypical modern Jewish mother.
  • The Queen's Latin: Invoked in "British Accents", where a producer tells the creators of Game of Thrones (set in a Medieval European Fantasy) 300 (set in Ancient Sparta), Gladiator (set in Ancient Rome) and Gods of Egypt (set in Ancient Egypt) to give everyone British accents.
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  • Overprotective Dad: Played for laughs in "Meet Your Girlfriend's Dad": Katie's father is all too happy to meet her new boyfriend...and remind him that when he's having sex with Katie, he's having sex with the genetic material the dad passed on, and by transitivity is having sex with the dad.
  • Parental Incest: Implied in "Incestral History", where the boy's father tells him he's also his grandpa.
  • Pokémon Speak: "Hodor vs. Nyan Cat", where directors pit Hodor (who can only say "Hodor") and Nyan Cat (who can only say parts or all of "Nyan") against each other.
    "The dialogue is a bit dull."
  • Poke the Poodle: In "Tricky Tony Burns Ginger Jim", a supervillain gets his vengeance on the heroic Ginger Jim by...sending him a ticket to an exotic tropical island, where the fair-skinned redhead gets sunburned.
  • Separated by a Common Language: Exploited by Tricky Tony in "Tricky Tony Hacks the Pentagon", where Tricky Tony hacks a US military higher-up's computer to...change his language preferences to British English, causing confusion.

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