20 Satirical Comics About Everyday Incidents By Yoyoha


Poppy seeds stuck in the teeth, our morning shower routine and what we actually think there, petting dogs, giving your name at Starbucks just to get a terrible misspelling are some of the themes in the wholesome universe of animation by Yoyoha. The 48-year-old artist from Columbus, Ohio, whose real name is Josh Hara and works as a creative director for a technology company, has been drawing since kindergarten and possibly before. His father was an artist and Josh never thought there was any reason to stop.

Below, here are a few of his genius, heart-wrenching, and laughable cartoons and story where Bored Panda connects with Josh to pick his brain up a little bit about life and painting. You can vote for your loved ones and let us know what you think!


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Josh’s creative world is full of quirky characters that are actually based directly on his own life experience. “I did a cartoon about a poppy seed stuck between some teeth because I had a poppy seed stuck in my teeth. My last comic was about my shower routine – I guess I’m just trying to take some of the mundane parts of life and find something funny about it …which is unusual or special, I think that’s what all comedians and comedians try to do. Highlight a small part of life and make fun of it a little.


When asked about his inspiration, Josh admitted that there are a lot of people responsible for it in his life. I can’t pick just one person in this department – because there are so many people who constantly inspire me. When I was a little kid it was Jim Davis and Garfield, in high school it was Berkeley Breathed (Bloom County), Gary Larson (The Far Side), Bill Watterson ( Calvin and Hobbes). I also liked the comic Matt Groening’s Life in Hell a lot. Nowadays there are a lot of comics era artists on the internet that I love. Shen, The Oatmeal, Dustinteractive, Liz Climo, RubyEtc, Gemma Correll and many more.

























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