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Cartoon - Break Off

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This month's joke is based on the double meaning of the phrasal verb break off:

1 - Break off: To separate or become separated, as by twisting or tearing:
"Do you want some of my chocolate? I'll break off a piece for you."

2 - Break off: To end / discontinue (a relationship).
"My sister and her boyfriend have broken off their engagement."