writes, "My tastes don't run to the macabre, but there's something about a jaunty skeleton carrying its own skull under its arm that always makes me smile. But wait, there's more! This particular j. s. with o. s. under its a. is giving advice—unsolicited and unwanted advice, from the looks of it—to another skeleton. Tip of the skull to Professor Oddfellow for (wait for it) unearthing this!"
Harold Lee replies, "I see your interpretation, but I'd like to think the inquiring skeleton is making the skeleton-equivalent request of, 'Lemme try on your hat.'"