This is an Algebra worksheet over finding equations of parallel lines.
Some problems require students to find the equation of a line from a graph and others require students to use their algebra skills to change an equation from non-standard form into slope-intercept form. They then find a parallel line from a list of possible equations of lines.
As students complete the exercises, their answers will fill in a joke at the bottom of the page. This makes the worksheet a little less boring than just a page of work. But more importantly it is an easy way for students to check their own work so that they don't spend all night practicing their math incorrectly and only find out about it the next day in class.
I have used a lot of worksheets with a similar joke/pun setup like this. But none of them seemed to cover this specific topic, so I made my own for my class. It turned out decent enough (I hope, heh) that I figured it might be useful to someone else as well.