Almost any fantastic premise (with very few very, very strange exceptions) has to implicitly or explicitly rely on many non-fantastic elements -- and those usually provide the easiest starting points for exploration, deconstruction or humour.
Often, if you think things through, fantastical elements themselves may involve less fantastic things either as requirements or results of their presence. Sometimes there are Required Secondary Powers or refueling with Unobtanium. There are inherent limitations such as Exact Words or outstanding power corrupting outstandingly. But even more often, there's a more common and down-to-earth side - after all, someone have to make and repair saddles all the other tackle for your Dragon Riders.
Conversely, one can start with something mundane and downright trite, and refresh it by exploring how it could function in a fantastic setting.
- The Hatless in the Land of Hats. Explore how a Planet of Hats needs people not wearing the hat (or at least willing to remove it for a while) to remain competitive - and often to survive at all - yet Klingon Scientists Get No Respect. Or maybe they receive great respect, but all the fame among the outsiders goes to the more visible people?
- Variations on the Extranormal Institute or All-Ghouls School.
- Treatment of fantastical objects as the equivalents of common objects, justified or not, allows both gag and serious use.
- Stock jokes like "My other steed"/"My other spaceship"/etc and endless variations of "Kick Me" Prank.
- Recycle the Freudian Couch. It provides a simple and nearly universal setup for this sort of humor (and also horrible puns, should the author be so inclined).
- Generally, often used to improve atmosphere.
- There are various extras like "List of 101 Fantasy Professions", treating it as a niche into which to spread.
- Eerie Cuties started with an All-Ghouls School, but didn't stop here. If there are enough of teen vampires, of course there should be... the Teen Vampire Magazine.
- Evil Inc. has a lot of this stuff from the very premise.
- Chuckle-A-Duck has "good dog" on a Freudian Couch.
- GlennZ uses both sides of this.
- Iron Man Grounded Project. See also a sample on Behance) by Raffael Dickreuter.
What would Iron Man do if he was a common man struggling with everyday travel and issues?
alien crime lord> in the mornings, I slither out of bed and choose which skeleton to wear. sapphire or silver? solid or hollow?