The Japanese kanji characters read "suika yasui ka" which is Japanese for "Is the watermelon cheap?" That may not seem funny, but the gyagu (joke) is "suika" is repeated in "yaSUIKA."
Oyaji Gyagu are Japanese dad jokes. The kind of humor your dad would enjoy. Oyaji means "one's father" or "old man." Gyagu comes from the English "gag."
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