Oh my gosh, it's a freaking traffic jam in hear. I'll never make it to class on time.
Josh is on his way to class. He tries to exit the cafeteria but he runs into the traffic jam that is the school hallway
Box 1 is an example of incongruity. Obviously Josh won't be driving his car in the hallway. This is horatian satire. This satire is targeting the fact that crowded hallways can be like a traffic jam, where no one is getting where they need to be.
Box 2 is an example of Parody. The parody is of the principal's office and the principle himself. This is Horatian satire. The satire is targeting the fact that students are getting into trouble because they are being tardy, but they can't help it when the hallways are so crowded.
But why? The only reason I'm ever late is because our halls are so crowded. It's not my fault!
Son, I'm gonna have to punish you for all these tardies.
It's a sea of kids in here! I'll never make it to class on time!
Box 3 is an example of Exaggeration. The hallway is extremely crowded and the student is worried that he won't make it to class on time. This is Horatian satire. This satire is targeting the fact that students are not overdramatic when it come to the crowdedness of the hallway.
Box 4 is an example of Exaggeration. The student will not miss the entire day, but he will be late to class yet again because of his slower to wake colleagues. This is Horatian satire. This satire targets the people who move slowly in the morning and cause their fellow classmates to be late.
UGGH! These slow sleepwalkers remind me of The Walking Dead. At this rate, I'll miss the entire day of class.