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Exercise your brain power by unscrambling the words missing from this comic. Correctly placed words will change color.

Pick two words and they will switch places.

Speed Bump by Dave Coverly

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6d13; Sure, it was a long hike, Conway, but you gotta admit, he IS a wise cracker.; Birdbrains by Thom Bluemel 6d14; Sir, we have reason to believe that our adversaries actually have no weapons whatsoever.; The Argyle Sweater by Scott Hilburn 6d15; I'm not sure what they're doing, but they haven't moved in hours.; Speed Bump by Dave Coverly 6d16; Do you take a lot of selfies?; Bizarro by Dan Piraro 6d17; But you told me to behave... you didn't say how!; Dennis the Menace by Hank Ketcham 6d18; Oh, heavens, this little hat makes me look ridiculous.; Brevity by Dan Thompson 6d19; I looked at that couch online weeks ago and it's been following me ever since!; Half Full by Maria Scrivan 6d20; It took 36 years to drag this over here, and now you say I got the wrong one?!; Farcus by David Waisglass and Gordon Coulthart 6d21; I never should have left the circus.; Brevity by Dan Thompson 6d22; I guess laughter wasn't the best medicine.; Bliss by Harry Bliss 6d23; Play whatever you want. I'll just follow.; Loose Parts by Dave Blazek 6d24; It's time we face reality, my friends... We're not exactly rocket scientists.; The Far Side by Gary Larson 6d25; OK, if she acts like she wants out again, she wants out again!; Strange Brew by John Deering 6d26; Seriously? This is the best picture you have of yourself?; Bizarro by Dan Piraro 6d27; Come to think of it, Dan, it's been six rounds, and I have yet to see a single punch thrown.; Chuckle Bros. by Brian and Ron Boychuk 6d28; What are you wearing?! That's it! You're not going out until you're 17!; Off the Mark by Mark Parisi 6d29; Just one more episode, then I hibernate.; Half Full by Maria Scrivan 6d30; You know there was a time there about 40,000 years ago, when we could have completely wiped them out if we had put our minds to it.; Brevity by Dan Thompson 7d1; And this is why I hate following our flight path on the little screen on the back of the seat.; Loose Parts by Dave Blazek 7d2; Say... what's a mountain goat doing way up here in a cloud bank?; The Far Side by Gary Larson 7d3; I find doing actual work helps to pass the time.; Bliss by Harry Bliss 7d4; What've I said about playing with your food?; Bizarro by Dan Piraro 7d5; Don't laugh when they talk. It's shift change at the helium bottling plant.; Strange Brew by John Deering 7d6; Please, Mr. Coffee was my father's name. Call me Chad.; Brevity by Dan Thompson 7d7; I suspect we'll find the coffin painter in that last one.; Speed Bump by Dave Coverly 7d8; I really don't understand the point of this stylus...; Off the Mark by Mark Parisi 7d9; Where can I find the nearest treat?; Half Full by Maria Scrivan 7d10; Help me get it into the tartar sauce!; Brevity by Dan Thompson 7d11; I've seen this before. He tried to remember his 100th different password.; Loose Parts by Dave Blazek 7d12; Suddenly, Bobby felt very alone in the world.; The Far Side by Gary Larson 7d13; How about you? Were you 'locally raised'?; Bliss by Harry Bliss 7d14; I wish you had come to me sooner.; Bizarro by Dan Piraro 7d15; Okay... What the heck IS this thing, and who threw it??; Strange Brew by John Deering 7d16; I. Am. So. Embarrassed! How long have I been sitting across from him with that stuck in my teeth?; The Argyle Sweater by Scott Hilburn 7d17; Wow, you really straightened up the place while I was gone.; Speed Bump by Dave Coverly 7d18; Have you seen the one where the cats won't let the dogs pass? Hilarious!; Half Full by Maria Scrivan 7d19; I'm not gonna lie to you... They all seem geometrically identical to me.; Brevity by Dan Thompson 7d20; Don't be uncouth. The cheese is there as a holder.; Loose Parts by Dave Blazek 7d21; And now Edgar's gone.... Something's going on around here.; The Far Side by Gary Larson 7d22; After the cow's stellar performance, the high jump was quietly retired from all future track and field competitions.; Rubes by Leigh Rubin 7d23; Oh, those aren't MY diplomas - they're my medical malpractice attorney's.; Bliss by Harry Bliss 7d24; No, you misunderstood me. I said I could use acupuncture needles to SIMULATE hair growth, not STIMULATE hair growth.; Close to Home by John McPherson 7d25; We GOTTA figure out how to shut this thing off.; Strange Brew by John Deering 7d26; Yes, I know we're hyenas - but sometimes I just don't feel like laughing, Kate.; The Argyle Sweater by Scott Hilburn 7d27; When the huffing and puffing didn't work, I talked him into a low interest subprime mortgage.; Speed Bump by Dave Coverly 7d28; Did you find everything okay?; Half Full by Maria Scrivan 7d29; Are you guys still watching the tapestry? Why don't you go outside, it's such a nice day!; Brevity by Dan Thompson 7d30; ...and it says this unique predator has unusual markings designed to deceive its prey.; Loose Parts by Dave Blazek 7d31; Class, you're completely ignoring me! Nice work!; Off the Mark by Mark Parisi 8d1; Do you remember anything else after you heard the word 'timber'?; Farcus by David Waisglass and Gordon Coulthart 8d2; Ha, ha. I'm just messing with you. Ha, ha. Don't bless all our reps in Congress.; Bliss by Harry Bliss 8d3; We've found that Mr. Boppy Head is much more effective than the $10,000 stress management program we did last year.; Close to Home by John McPherson 8d4; I know it sounds crazy, but I think we could increase our ratings if they wore their underwear on the OUTSIDE of their costumes.; Chuckle Bros. by Brian and Ron Boychuk 8d5; So... Why are my clothes invisible, too?; Strange Brew by John Deering 8d6; I know we're migratory birds, Harold... But do we really have to do this EVERY spring and fall?; The Argyle Sweater by Scott Hilburn 8d7; I have my top 100 books. All I need is an outlet.; Half Full by Maria Scrivan 8d8; Whoa, you're right! I didn't know we even SOLD dragon insurance.; Speed Bump by Dave Coverly 8d9; The figures show your site had an average viewership of one person a month.; Loose Parts by Dave Blazek 8d10; My only advice, Mr. Gumby, is that you should try to use the right side of your brain a bit more...; Off the Mark by Mark Parisi 8d11; Maybe Noah just thinks we're an extra special species.; Birdbrains by Thom Bluemel 8d12; Sit! Heel! Stay! Give me the darn ball!!; Bliss by Harry Bliss 8d13; What do you say next year we have some non-cheetah races?; Brevity by Dan Thompson 8d14; How many times do I have to tell you NOT to play with your food?!; Committed by Michael Fry 8d15; I don't know what it is, but they keep cleaning it.; Strange Brew by John Deering 8d16; Tiggles, you go out, you come in, you go out then in, over and over. What's behind this? Is this your way of exerting power over Jane?; Close to Home by John McPherson 8d17; C'mon guys. We'll never get this done if you don't stop running around!; Farcus by David Waisglass and Gordon Coulthart 8d18; The minister's a sub, so we're all going to sing the wrong hymn... Pass it on...; Speed Bump by Dave Coverly 8d19; No, they're just stacked. It doesn't mean that all but the bottom one get recyc... Oh never mind. Put them over there.; Loose Parts by Dave Blazek 8d20; He's turned into so much more than just a mouser...; Off the Mark by Mark Parisi 8d21; We know you can't read music, Duffy, but seriously, you must know you're howling in D-flat!; Birdbrains by Thom Bluemel 8d22; This is the kind of stuff that really makes me question Western medicine.; Close to Home by John McPherson 8d23; Harriet, you should really switch plans if they charge you for roaming. I mean, we're buffalo - that's what we do.; The Argyle Sweater by Scott Hilburn 8d24; All we need is one viral video and we're set.; Half Full by Maria Scrivan 8d25; It's a long way down here. Could you just email me when I have any mail?; Strange Brew by John Deering 8d26; All the demons chipped in to get Satan a gag gift for his birthday.; Brevity by Guy and Rodd 8d27; Sorry, I don't deal with people anymore.; Farcus by David Waisglass and Gordon Coulthart 8d28; I'm pretty sure there's a Starbucks on the other side of that big rock.; Bliss by Harry Bliss 8d29; OK, whose bright idea was it to do a direct marketing campaign via email?; Speed Bump by Dave Coverly 8d30; It's frustrating getting to enjoy all the different features and then the phone begins to act like a phone.; Compu-toon by Charles Boyce 8d31; Don't worry about the other kids making fun of your tiny arms, son... in another month you'll be eating them.; Birdbrains by Thom Bluemel 9d1; The groom is a cable guy and said he would be here sometime between 10 a.m. and 5 p.m.; Close to Home by John McPherson 9d2; No reason to hang your heads. We went out there and played our game. But in the end, the turnovers cost us, like they always do... Mostly cherry.; The Argyle Sweater by Scott Hilburn 9d3; So, what are you doing after this?; Half Full by Maria Scrivan