With 653 like votes since August 2006, Urban Dictionary’s top user-submitted definition of Sunday Funday definitely encapsulates some of the impetus behind the weekend tradition here at NonDoc.

Rather than darken your digital displays with heavy topics and serious reportage, we seek to augment the last shreds of weekend freedom with lighthearted cartoons and perhaps a bit of poetry to absorb at your leisure. In fact, we don’t even dictate that you bear the burden of reading: You can simply listen to many of our poets recite their verses on NonDoc’s SoundCloud page.

In case you’ve been too busy (or hungover) to give Sunday Funday a look, we present the following gallery of all the year’s cartoons from artist/illustrator Mike Allen since our Sept. 1 launch.

Much like Lionel Richie, we tend to keep our Sunday mornings easy. We hope they’ve been good company for your a.m. cup of coffee (or hair of the dog).

Previous editions of Sunday Funday

Sunday Funday 12/20: A ‘tremendous opportunity,’ if you have the money

Sunday Funday 12/12: Don’t fear the weeper

Sunday Funday 12/5: The price of safety at home

Sunday Funday 11/29: Jesus and Vermin Supreme

A somber Sunday Funday 11/22: Requiem for Paris

Sunday Funday 11/15: Lady and the app

Sunday Funday 11/8: Pyramids and riverbanks

Sunday Funday 11/1: Bacon to be Born Again

Sunday Funday 10/25: ‘Words’ for the King of the Fall 

Sunday Funday 10/18: We died happy, offline

Sunday Funday 10/11: ‘Seeing life in all its folly’

Sunday Funday 10/4: Land and time not in my backyard

Sunday Funday 9/27: New definitions, baseball and Short Order Poems

Sunday Funday 9/20: With others ‘losing,’ Trump says, ‘Hadouken!’

Sunday Funday 9/13: Kanye West and a man who smells

Introducing Sunday Funday from Mike Allen